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Please join the Travelers Institute, Brown and Brown Insurance of AZ, Inc., Tempe...
The Tempe Chamber's Women in Business Council presents a four-part speaker series...
The Tempe Chamber of Commerce's monthly Business Before Hours Networking Mixer...
Help support Tempe Leadership Class XXXI and learn how to cook! Chef Cynthia Sharkey...
DHS Cybersecurity Keynote Highlights Feb. 11 Small Business Symposium
Limited seating has opened for a complimentary Small Business - Big Opportunity symposium exploring tools for small business success. This event will feature an interactive discussion with industry leaders on solutions to some of today's most pressing business challenges.
A keynote address on cybersecurity by Michael Echols, Dept. of Homeland Security is paired with a panel symposium on:
- Business continuity planning as a competitive advantage
- Strategies for accessing capital in today's lending environment
- The economic and regulatory outlook for 2016
Mean Girls - Speaker Series & Workshops
This four-part series will teach how to be a more effective professional and confident individual by learning how to deal with negative people and conflict in life.
The sessions will train attendees on team building, conflict resolution, negotiating skills and coaching.
2016 Business Excellence Awards Nominations Open
We are now accepting nominations for the 2016 Business Excellence Awards. Community members are encouraged to nominate a company that embraces a commitment to success. The very simple nomination process is a great way to show your support.
2016 State and City Legislative Policy Agendas Released
“The Tempe Chamber has one of the most robust advocacy and political programs you’ll find in a chamber of its size, or any size really.”
Jennings Imel, Western Region Director, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Sick Leave Mandate is Bad Business
The City of Tempe is considering requiring businesses to provide paid sick leave to all employees. The Tempe Chamber of Commerce and its Board of Directors believe that requiring Tempe businesses to offer paid sick leave will put the city at an economic disadvantage in the Valley and state. The effects of this social mandate have the potential to slow or stop the healthy growth of Tempe.
The Tempe Chamber of Commerce is now seeking nominations for the 2016 Business Woman of the Year Award. This
In the 2016 Tempe City Council race, the Tempe Chamber is endorsing Phil Amorosi, Randy Keating and Joel Navarro for election...
The Tempe Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for the 2016 Business Excellence Awards. The awards promote the advancement...
Nearly 10,000 business people annually attend events, seminars and networking opportunities produced by the Tempe Chamber.
Only the Tempe Chamber is lobbying government officials on issues that directly impact Tempe businesses.
The Chamber is committed to providing educational programs through seminars, meetings and luncheons.
Stay in touch with the many programs and events offered at the Chamber by reading the monthly The Business Advocate newsletter.
The mission of the Tempe Chamber of Commerce is to build an environment that enhances the economic vitality of our membership. Joining the Chamber entitles every member to many attractive benefits.
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