Alameda Connects Since 1996, Alameda Connects (formerly Alameda Gateway Community Association) and its members have actively promoted the business and social interests of merchants, property owners and residents along Alameda Avenue in the heart of Lakewood. Alameda Connects meets the first Wednesday of the month at the West Metro Fire District’s Administration Building, 433 S. Allison Pkwy, from 7:30 – 9:00 AM. All area businesses, community groups, and residents are welcome to attend.
Applewood Business Association The ABA consists of many retail businesses, service organizations and professionals, who work together to make the area a better place in which to do business. The association is guided by an elected volunteer board of directors and a strong group of committed people who help the association provide business and community information programs to assist its members in building professional and business goodwill. Meets monthly at various business locations. All area businesses welcome to attend.
Colorado Chamber of Commerce The Colorado Chamber of Commerce champions free enterprise, a healthy business environment and economic prosperity for all Coloradans. It is the only business association that works to improve the business climate for all sizes of business from a statewide, multi-industry perspective. What the Colorado Chamber accomplishes is good for all businesses, and that’s good for the state’s economy. It was created in 1965 based on the merger with the Colorado Manufacturers’ Association.
Colorado Procurement Technical Assistance Program (PTAC) Want to sell to the government? We provide State-wide procurement technical assistance by offering no-fee and confidential counseling on selling your products or services to the appropriate government agency.
Edgewater Business Association (EBA) The Edgewater Business Association (EBA) is the voice for business in Edgewater, Colorado. As Edgewater continues to grow, the business community must educate and connect residents, government and nonprofits about upcoming issues. By working together, all those who live and work in Edgewater will benefit.
Jefferson County Business Lobby The Jefferson County Business Lobby (JCBL) represents seven business organizations including the Applewood Business Association, Arvada Chamber of Commerce, Golden Chamber, Evergreen Chamber, West Metro Chamber, Wheat Ridge Business Association and Jefferson County Economic Development Corporation. These organizations represent 25,000 businesses across Jefferson County. JCBL advocates for business with government. Visit their website to see what bills they are tracking for our businesses.
Jefferson County Business & Workforce Center Whether you’re looking to recruit top talent, bring on free intern or hire a seasoned professional, the Jefferson County Workforce Center has the tools, resources and expertise to help you find the best solutions for your business.
Identify and learn about your target market or competition, determine the best location to open up shop, or find new sources of funding and community partners. The Jefferson County Public Library has many free resources and services to support businesses and nonprofits, including one-on-one personalized assistance to help you find the resources and information you need to accomplish your goals. Check out their website to learn more.
Localworks Localworks believes in Wheat Ridge. Localworks connects neighbors and businesses to create a vibrant, engaged community. For events, loans, programs, policy and all things Wheat Ridge, connect with Localworks today.
Meetings are held at Peak Community & Wellness Center in the Maple Room at 6612 S. Ward Street on the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 9:00 a.m. until 10 a.m. We plan a light breakfast, group introduction with elevator speeches, a 10-minute spot from our breakfast sponsor, and a main program speaker. It is our hope to also have input from community partners, such as The Jefferson County Library, the Jeffco Sheriff’s Office, West Metro Fire Rescue, the Jefferson County Business Resource Center, and more.
South Lakewood Business Association The South Lakewood Business Association (SLBA) formed in 1999 as a small group of business owners eager to promote the South Wadsworth and West Jewell Ave corridor and to serve as a collective voice for issues specific to that area. SLBA has grown to over 50 members meeting monthly to bring together local businesses, residents, Lakewood City leaders as well as the fire and police departments to develop strategic partnerships, receive valuable economic updates and critical public safety information. SLBA is one of the few organizations bringing all of these resources together in one format. At each monthly meeting held at the Westwoods Community Church 7700 W. Woodard Dr on the first Tuesday 7:30-9:00 am, all attendees are encouraged to bring food or non-perishables that are donated to the Action Center. The meetings also offer ample time for local businesses to network and collaborate on making the south Lakewood area more vibrant and prosperous.
West Colfax Community Association Business owners, community leaders, and local organizations working together to foster and sustain an engaged community and the economic vitality of the West Colfax corridor.This active business and community group meets the third Wednesday of the month at Benchmark Theatre, 1560 Teller Street in Lakewood at 7:30 am. All area businesses and community members welcome to attend.
Wheat Ridge Business Association Imagine a group working together to Educate, Train and Connect businesses and organizations in areas that will keep them ahead of the game. The Wheat Ridge Business Association (WRBA) does just this, and more, for the members of their organization! From its origin, which were a few business owners gathering to see how they could better support their local economy while building their business, to its presence today, the WRBA continues to be the resource hub for the members to help them grow and succeed in the business community.
“In 2011, my business was going nowhere, so I decided to join the West Metro Chamber. Within the first month, I made so many connections that it really helped get my business off the ground. Now, years later, my business is going strong because of the West Metro Chamber, and the connections keep growing. This is a great place to start and/or grow a business.”
Chad Williams, Top Notch Computer Support
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