When traveling the commonwealth for chamber-related activities, I can’t tell you how often people ask us how Owensboro does it? They want to know how we keep growing and succeeding and improving.
Daviess County officials, along with other community leaders, will seek the expansion of home rule during the 2020 legislative session with the hopes of giving more power to local governments while minimizing state officials’ impact on communty revenue.
The Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce launched Engage Owensboro this week at Rooster Booster.
The Leadership Owensboro Class of 2020, announced this week by the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce, gets down to business with a retreat on Sept. 19-20.
If you’re looking for a way to become more involved in the community, the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce is providing a way.
Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Candance Brake spoke at Thursday night’s Fiscal Court meeting to reveal the top local priorities recently selected to be presented to state representatives in the upcoming General Assembly.
The Owensboro Chamber of Commerce is working to create new business and new opportunities for downtown living, hoping to build off the last 10 years of downtown’s transformation.
Engage Owensboro, an initiative launched in partnership between the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce and the Marilyn and William Young Foundation, is an interactive website that will connect community members who are interested in volunteer service with both nonprofits and municipalities.
Nine years ago, Daviess County native Dori Howard moved to Liverpool, England, to work on a masters of arts in the Beatles, Popular Music, and Society at Liverpool Hope University.
In 2015, after the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce annual membership survey was completed and analyzed, the primary need for member businesses growth remained the same — a lack of qualified applicants for available positions.