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Chamber News

Stay updated with news from The Partnership's 24 Regional Affiliate Chambers of Commerce and more than 6,400 Members throughout Greater Des Moines (DSM).

Guidelines For Submitting Member and Affiliate News

The Greater Des Moines Partnership is the economic and community development organization that serves Greater Des Moines (DSM), Iowa. Together with 24 Affiliate Chambers of Commerce and more than 6,400 Regional Business Members, The Partnership drives economic growth with one voice, one mission and as one region. Through innovation, strategic planning and global collaboration, The Partnership grows opportunity, helps create jobs and promotes Des Moines as the best place to build a business, a career and a future.

If your organization is one of The Partnership's 24 Regional Affiliate Chambers of Commerce or their 6,400-plus Member Businesses throughout DSM, you may submit news for placement consideration on this page. Please submit your news in a Word document with your name, title, organization and local Chamber affiliation to Courtney Shaw.

The Best Lawyers in America© 2020 Recognizes Fourteen Attorneys in Practice Areas
Edison, For-Sale Condominiums, Being Constructed in Downtown Des Moines
Project Fastpitch Announces Softball Complex to Be Built in Newton
Kinzler Construction Services Appoints New Chief Financial Officer
Baker Group Becomes Employee-Owned to Benefit Clients and Employees
Land O'Lakes, Inc. Joins America's Cultivation Corridor
Seven Attorneys from Ahlers & Cooney Recognized in Practice Areas by Great Plains Super Lawyers 2019
Bankers Trust Invites the Downtown Des Moines Community to Its Customer Appreciation Celebration!
Working Mother Selects Dorsey as One of the 2019 "Best Law Firms For Women"
Wellmark Engages Business and Community Leaders to Address the Growing Issue of Millennial Health