Editorials, information and thoughts directly from Chamber leadership.Results Found: 51Monday, November 27, 2023
As we enter the holiday season, our team would like to take time to reflect on the past year and thank you for the successes we have had. Your membership investment, trust and active engagement have allowed us to achieve remarkable milestones and create substantial, long-term impact for our members, community and region. We are firmly committed to you, our members and our community, and we proudly stand by your side as we work to achieve our mission of being a catalyst for growth and prosperity for the
Shannon FullWednesday, September 6, 2023
Legacy. What does it take to forge a legacy, and what do that word and concept mean to you? To me, creating and leaving a legacy means putting your essence - heart, soul and passion - into something that will profoundly shape and impact the lives of others.
Shannon FullSaturday, July 1, 2023
Over the past several months, The Chamber has been at the forefront of many crucial efforts and conversations to shape and support policies that drive economic growth while promoting and protecting the needs of our business community. Through our collective voice and active engagement with leaders and policymakers in Minnesota, North Dakota and Washington, D.C., we have continued to make our regional presence felt while advocating for legislation that fosters an environment conducive to business growth,
Shannon FullMonday, May 1, 2023
Our businesses, leaders, and your Chamber are addressing our greatest challenges daily, leaning into opportunities, and creating solutions. Attracting and retaining our region’s workforce is among our top, most pressing challenges, and in this month’s Bridge magazine we are going a layer deeper to explore, discuss and learn what it truly means to truly have a healthy workforce. Mental and behavioral health overall has been a topic less discussed when we are addressing the facets of our community and working
Shannon FullWednesday, March 1, 2023
Your Chamber is committed to engaging and inspiring the people, businesses and community that we serve. If you come across a program, initiative or opportunity that you or someone in your circle should get involved in, we encourage you to take that next step to get involved. Let’s reach our full potential together.
Shannon FullMonday, February 6, 2023
The Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce, representing over 1,900 businesses across the FMWF metro and beyond, STRONGLY OPPOSES this proposed mandatory paid leave program. Due to the extremely tight labor market, the free enterprise system has and will continue to provide competitive compensation packages, including paid leave and customized benefits that fit their employees and workplace culture. Our state should instead be looking for innovative solutions to actively address the workforce
Shannon FullMonday, January 30, 2023
Shannon FullSunday, January 1, 2023
The ability of our community and Chamber to influence local, state and national leaders and elected officials can give rise to opportunities that would otherwise not be possible. A prime example of this would be the Good Jobs Challenge Grant award; which saw 78 major letters of support from across our region and states to get behind The Chamber and elevate the FMWF region to become one of only 32 EDA Good Jobs Challenge Grant awardees in the entire nation. Now, harnessing the power of this grant and working