All Chamber members are invited to attend our monthly Business After Hours events, most of which are free to members and are hosted at member businesses around the Greater Glendale area. Our events are intimate enough that attendees are able to spend more time getting to know one another on a more personal level. They are also well-attended enough that it’s possible to meet new people and build new relationships at each event. These valuable connections are a vital part of growing your business and helping other members grow theirs.
Our Board is comprised of a group of longtime Glendale business owners who are extremely invested in the community. In an effort to ensure that the Chamber continues to be a vibrant group, the Board members draw on their various business backgrounds to create and apply strategies and ideas that benefit everyone involved.
Ambassadors occupy coveted positions within the Glendale Chamber. Upon joining the Chamber, each member is assigned to one of our knowledgeable Ambassadors who will help them get acquainted with our organization, facilitate introductions, and assist them with all of their questions and needs.
Our Chamber is featured monthly in a three-page spread in the Glendale Cherry Creek Chronicle, a publication that is mailed to over 88,000 homes from LoDo to the Dam and is distributed to many local businesses. On these pages, we feature a member’s business each month, introduce our new members, and include photos of and details about previous events.
Created to empower professional women to grow in business and in life, the Glendale Girls Club is a private, non-profit club that encourages collaboration with and connection to others and the community. The Girls Club is designed for entrepreneurs and professional executives who invest in personal development, business, finance, self-image, and health. Members are invited to monthly events – one social event and our professional development luncheon series during months it’s offered. Additionally, members are invited to quarterly interactive workshops. Guests are invited to our professional development luncheon series and the workshop it creates in the following month. Glendale Girls Club is proud to support several local women’s organizations like Extended Hands of Hope and SafeHouse Denver, among others.
Created for professional men and women ages 21 to 35, the Glendale Young Professionals’ mission is to cultivate a community of dynamic people who value an environment of education, growth, and balance. In addition to networking, the Glendale YP also has an education component that allows members to learn about each other’s businesses and apply what they learn to their own companies.