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  • MCCE COVID-19

  • Minnesota Chamber of Commerce

     
  • We are Minnesota’s largest broad-based business organization representing more than 2,300 companies – and more than half a million employees – throughout Minnesota. The Chamber builds on its legacy as a voice for business by advancing public policy that grows jobs and the economy, and providing valuable services to members so they stay and grow in Minnesota. A business climate that allows for innovation and forward-thinking leadership will help grow the strength of Minnesota’s economy for future generations.

  • What does today's news of a promising advancement in the search for a COVID-19 vaccine mean for Minnesota?

    Join us on December 2 for the 2020 Virtual Women in Business Legislator Program: Women leading the way toward a vaccine.

    Hear a panel discussion between women who have been working directly with the fight against COVID to discuss what’s next. What needs to happen to get this vaccine out to the general public and what tactical approaches are already in the works for the vaccine?

    Register Today!

     

    The Minnesota Chamber is your connection to business. We host events with high-level speakers, important and timely topics, and the opportunity to grow your business by getting to know each other.

     

    Since the onset of COVID-19, we’ve had to get creative about continuing to offer this programming. But we’ve found great success.

     

    Did you know that we’ve hosted 14 webinars on how to navigate the pandemic? You may have attended one of these – they feature decision-makers in government and the private sector, offering guidance on how to comply with executive orders and up-to-date best practices on what businesses are doing to innovate and continue operating.

    View Webinars!

     

  • The following suggested guidelines can be replicated as general best practices, applicable to most workplaces. Download the PDF here.

    Osha
    https://www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHA3990.pdf

    CDC
    https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/guidance-business-response.html