This special membership luncheon will include the installation and recognition of Board Members and a recap of our past year and accomplishments. Additionally, we will be honoring two businesses who have exhibited remarkable success, growth and leadership in Shakopee in 2019 as Member Business of the Year!
Sponsor the event to get your business noticed at our largest luncheon! For more information, contact Elishia Kim at 952.445-1660 or email today.
Friday, March 6 General Admission 7:00 PM - 10:30 PM
VIP Admission 6:00 PM
Canterbury Park Triple Crown Club
1100 Canterbury Road, Shakopee, MN 55379
Join us at the Shakopee Chamber's largest fundraiser event of the year! Reds, Whites & Brews gives an all-access pass to taste some of the greatest wines, beers, and bites. Tantalize your taste buds with samples from local wineries & breweries. Plus live music, live and silent auctions, a raffle for a Wall of Wine or 99 Bottles of Beer, and much more!
Join the MN Chamber at the Best Buy headquarters for the first-ever Women in Business Conference. This half-day conference builds on their highly successful quarterly series to dive deeper into topics of interest to women business leaders and continue the conversation of engaging these leaders in public policy.
It's an excellent opportunity to network with peers while learning the importance of issues critical to growing your company and the state's economy. The event will be highlighted by a keynote from the youngest female CEO in the Fortune 100: Best Buy CEO Corie Barry!
Grown Minnesota! Partnership Data Shows Small Businesses Continue To Innovate And Grow
The Minnesota Chamber's Grow Minnesota! Partnership recently released a report that illustrates the results of nearly 1,000 one-on-one consultations with business owners and operators throughout Minnesota. The report shows that Minnesota's economy remains stable and resilient, despite fears of an economic slowdown and the uncertainty surrounding tariffs and international trade deals. And while demand and business confidence are steady, job growth has slowed to a crawl as businesses face significant challenges finding and retaining workers.
In particular, small businesses showed signs of innovation and growth:
20% more likely to find the workers they need than larger employers.
64% report growth in revenue compared to 8% that report a decrease.