Member News Boone County, as a National Collaboratives for Infants and Toddlers (NCIT) community, was well-represented at a NCIT gathering in Salt Lake County, Utah. The All Community Convening event, held April 23-24, 2019, focused on giving NCIT communities the opportunity to share ideas, best practices and successes in prenatal-to-three development through the Pritzker Children’s … Continued
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Registration for the annual Leadership Visit opened on May 15 and less than 20 seats remain. This year’s visit will take place in Tuscaloosa from September 10-12 for 70 leaders in the business, civic, nonprofit, education and wider community from Columbia and Boone County. Specific sessions are being developed now, and may include topics of … Continued
The Columbia Chamber of Commerce named Boone County Lumber the 2019 Small Business of the Year.
Leadership Columbia Learns About Media, Social Services, Development And Industry and State Government
The Leadership Columbia 2019 class has been busy meeting in the spring months with sessions focusing on Media, Social Services, Development & Industry, and State Government.
MEMBER NEWS The City of Columbia has been awarded the Greenest City Award for the state of Missouri by Insurify. This honor goes out to the city with the most environmentally-conscious living and driving practices in each state. They analyzed driver behavior, vehicle features, urban sprawl, park space, air quality, and renewable electricity programs to … Continued
With more than 100 businesses represented and over 1000 attendees, Showcase CoMo is the place to be! It is a fun, informative day where you can meet new people and generate new contacts.
2019 Boone County Agriculturalist of the Year Winners Contribute More Than Just Farming to the Community
The 60th annual banquet showcased the importance of the industry to the mid-Missouri economy. It also spotlighted the contributions of individuals to the agriculture community. None more than the 2019 Agriculturalist of the Year recipients Nick and Rachel Schlotzhauer.
Join us on Thursday, April 11th from 1 – 6 p.m. at The Crossing, as businesses and organizations from Columbia and our surrounding cities, join together to celebrate all that they have to offer.
Columbia Chamber of Commerce Reveals Plans to Put Focus on Columbia Business Community in Upcoming Legislative Session
The positions of the Chamber will keep the importance of Columbia/Boone County business issues in the forefront with lawmakers and continue to improve the business climate in the city and region.
The Columbia Chamber of Commerce will be giving 31 business and community members insights into the issues and trends facing Columbia and Missouri through the Leadership Columbia 2019 program, set to begin in January. The class was selected from a pool of applicants after review of their past accomplishments, professional interests, community involvement, and demonstration … Continued