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Sarah Watts's avatar
Feb 04, 2016
The Gilbert Chamber and Arizona State University have partnered to match students with mentors within their fields of study. We are seeking professionals who would be willing to allow a student to shadow for a total of 20 hours over the spring semester, beginning in March.
Kathy Tilque's avatar
Feb 09, 2016
The Gilbert Chamber’s Board of Directors recently approved support for the Heritage District Businesses recommendations related to parking, signage, circulation, and make-up of the Redevelopment Commission.
Kathy Tilque's avatar
Feb 09, 2016
Last week’s Partners In Progress roundtable meeting with export businesses revealed that onerous regulations are the biggest challenge for expansion in foreign markets.
Sarah Watts's avatar
Feb 09, 2016
The Arizona State Capitol Chapter of NIGP (National Institute of Governmental Purchasers) is holding their 5th Annual Reverse Trade Show on Monday, April 4th.
Sarah Watts's avatar
Nov 25, 2015
The next term for the Ambassador Committee will start January 1, 2016 and we are looking for volunteer members who would like to be a part of this committee. If you are interested in serving the Chamber while building your business please complete the application  and return it to the Chamber office or staff by Friday, December 9, 2015.
Kathy Tilque's avatar
Sep 01, 2015
The Gilbert Chamber hosted Senator Jeff Flake at his annual SRP Good Government breakfast last Friday morning along with fellow East Valley Chambers.
Sarah Watts's avatar
Apr 14, 2014
Submitted by the professionals at Employee Benefit Exchange Corp.

HIPPA - COBRA - CHIP -  PCORI - ERISA- WRAPS-SPD  what do all these things mean?  To most of us,  it is a bunch of letters found in Alphabet Soup.  But be ware, if you are a business owner you need to know what these acronyms stand for and how they may affect your business.  These letters all pertain to employer health insurance  compliance and what your responsibility may or may not be as it relates to your business.
Kathy Tilque's avatar
Apr 11, 2013
The Chamber’s Board is made up of fifteen elected members, each serving a three-year term. With the committee’s recommendation, the Board will be expanded to eighteen elected members.  Terms will continue to rotate so that six terms will expire or renew for one additional term each fiscal year. Board members are eligible to serve two three-year terms. 
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