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Young Professionals Jan. 18, 2017: Expanding your professionals contacts through Speed Networking

Speed Networking was the subject – and the activity – at the January 18 Young Professionals meeting. Networking is an
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Transportation Jan. 4, 2017: CDOT’s Vision for the Future of Transportation

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is peering into the future with its RoadX vision of crash-free, injury-free, delay-free, and
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Transportation, Nov. 2, 2016: A cool pilot project in Centennial, CO and an update on Transportation Funding

A pilot project and transportation funding, are these related? The answer is a resounding ‘Yes,’ they are – and here’s
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Diversity and Inclusion Council: Resource Summit Oct. 13, 2016

Aurora is the most diverse city in Colorado, and The Aurora Chamber is dedicated to providing businesses with information about
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Women in Business, Sept. 27, 2016: What is the CELL?

The CELL – or Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab – is dedicated to the prevention of terrorism through education, empowerment, and
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Chamber takes a stand on Nov. 8 Ballot issues

 The Aurora Chamber of Commerce has taken positions on the following November 2016 ballot issues:        OPPOSE Amendment 69:
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Business for the Arts, Oct. 4, 2016: Helping to plan for Aurora’s future

It was a lively discussion at The Chamber’s Oct. 4, 2016 Business for the Arts meeting, as Parrish Gibson, Special
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Looking for a job?

Arapahoe/Douglas Works! is hosting a hiring event at Stanley Marketplace on September 24. There are more than 100 retail and
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Work Well 2.0 Health Series, Sept. 8, 2016: Let’s get it started

Worksite Wellness is an important issue for businesses because it really does affect the bottom line. The Work Well Pilot
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Transportation, Sept. 7, 2016: Adams County prioritizes regional transportation

On September 7, the Chamber’s Transportation committee heard from Adams County Intergovernmental Relations Manager Jeanne Shreve about the County’s transportation
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