Leadership Shakopee is a leadership development program coordinated by the Shakopee Chamber of Commerce. This six-month program informs emerging and existing leaders about the critical inner workings of our community. Its focus is to inform and inspire leaders - and challenge them to make a difference through personal commitment and involvement.
During the seven sessions, the class will participate in a series of educational and hands-on opportunities designed to inform and inspire leaders - and challenge them to make a difference through personal commitment and involvement.
On Wednesday, March 14, CVB Marketing Director Tim Zunker testified to state legislators regarding the reauthorization of Explore Minnesota Tourism funding.
One specific conversation Zunker and other CVB directors spoke to legislators about was the Events Grant Program put on by Explore Minnesota Tourism - the same grant program that helped fund our 2017 Rhythm on the Rails series.
Zunker and his colleagues spoke to both the House and Senate Environment and Natural Resources and Finance Committees on the importance of these tourism programs, as they help with long-term development of our communities by showcasing new events.
FROM OUR MEMBERS
Hungry? Put Your Appetite To Good Use This Week!
| March 23-25
● Dine at the Shakopee Hy-Vee Market Grille anytime between Friday, March 23 and Sunday, March 25.
● Showthis flyer and 15% of your bill will be donated to Guild Incorporated.
And there's even a bonus for you: You'll receive a $10 gift card for your next visit to Market Grille!
Learn how Angela Heikes is leading one of the country's most successful Indian casinos into the future, while honoring its Dakota traditions. Afterward, get a special behind-the-scenes look at Mystic Lake's "from scratch" pastry and bakery kitchens, where samples are encouraged! Then peek inside the keg room and liquor warehouse at the vast number of lines that run drinks through the entire property.
Location: Mystic Lake Casino,
2400 Mystic Lake Boulevard, Prior Lake
The Twin Cities Young Professionals Summit is now open for registration! Over 200 young professionals (age 20 to 40+) will gather from all over the region on April 13, 2018. Attendees will hear from Twin Cities professionals on topics such as working in teams, personal being and sleep, LinkedIn, work and life balance, business growth, and generational gaps. Break-out sessions will include topics ranging from working in teams, to developing leaders and working with multi-generations.
Register early for best pricing and added benefits - the early VIP rate of $135 per person ends on February 12th. The first 50 to register will receive a free autographed book from Mike Veeck! To register, please go tcypsummit.com.
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Leadercast LIVE - Shakopee
Friday, May 4
8:00 AM - 2:30 PM
River Valley Church
(1350 Crossings Blvd, Shakopee)
Leadercast Live is the largest one-day leadership event in the world. Broadcast live from Atlanta to hundreds of locations around the world each year, Leadercast brings together some of the most recognized and respected global leaders to create a leadership experience unlike any other.
Shakopee has been selected as the premiere host-site for the southwest metro area of the Twin Cities. Hear from some of the most recognized leaders in the world and network with other aspiring leaders in our community as we simulcast the event live from Atlanta.
ChamberNet, Shakopee's fastest growing networking group, is designed for business owners interested in growing their bottom line through good quality referrals. This group is designed to accommodate one member per industry and size is limited. ChamberNet is an exclusive benefit of Shakopee Chamber Membership.
Meets every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday | Click here for more info
Executive & Business Owners Roundtable
The Shakopee Chamber Executive & Business Owner's Roundtable provides a structured, confidential and trusting environment for executives and business owners to give and receive the benefit of their experiences to help resolve business challenges. Participation in this group allows leaders to make better strategic decisions, focus on "the right things," improve communication and build long-term relationships.
Held the second Wednesday of the month | Click here to find out more