The Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc. and our free, open meetings and peer groups are inspired by the clubs that formed in London during the English civil war that resulted in Sir Christopher Wren giving the first talk in a Franklin Circle type meeting that eventually became the Royal Academy.
Join us here in Denver any Friday from 2:30 to 4 p.m. the hard workers can then return to their work, others can take off early for the weekend.
If you or any of your associates are visiting Denver, be sure to visit us. If you like the meeting we can help you start something similar in your hometown in cooperation with your local chamber or service club and your community newspaper.
Very easy to get to by lightrails, don't fight the traffic and parking. Right across the street from the Denver Convention Center and Theatre District RTD Station. No rsvp required, walk-ins are welcome.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY that has been developed over the last 20+ years is freely shared. You are welcome to take any of our procedure, forms, methods, and techniques to use for your own purpose, there is no charge.
CONFIDENTIALITY We ask everyone to keep who attends and what is said by participants confidential, but there is, of course, no way we can be sure of this so protect your own anonymity by only using your last name, not giving anyone your contact information, etc. until you decide to be in our membership directory.
MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY No RSVP ever is required and most don't until they decide to be an active member and to be in our published SBCC Denver Membership Directory. We plan to publish a printed membership directory.
SBCC Startup Method: The Practices of Imagine, Think, and Learn; to Start, Grow, and Flourish. OODA Loop.
John S. Wren, MBA+, founder & CEO, Small Business Chamber of Commerce, see http://www.SmallBizChamber.org or call [masked]