Join the Clovis Chamber to gain access to our networking events and seminars. Membership Director Diana Hunnicutt will assist you with your membership needs. Enjoy learning how to promote your company as well as leveraging technology and social media. Members are also eligible for generous marketing and event discounts.
The Chamber influences the legislative process through its Advocacy Task Force and ClovisPAC by taking stands on legislation and candidates affecting business.
BIG Hat Days and ClovisFest, the largest two day events in the Central Valley, bring over two hundred thousand visitors to Old Town Clovis. They provide great family fun and contribute over $5 million to the local economy.
In addition to adding value to the local economy through our events and members, we support our award winning Clovis Unified School District and city government that make Clovis California's Number ONE city for raising a young family.
The Clovis Veterans Memorial District receives Leadership Award
January 19th, 2017
Clovis Veterans Memorial District
The Veterans Room
808 4th Street
Old Town Clovis
The Clovis Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting and Salute to Business Dinner will be held on Thursday, January 19th in The Veterans Room at the Clovis Veterans Memorial District in Old Town Clovis. This is the time to say farewell and honor the 2016 team and welcome the new faces in 2017.
Following a delicious dinner, awards will be presented to honor those going the extra mile for the Chamber…
Any time an employer takes an “adverse action” against an employee there is a risk of the employee claiming that the decision was made for any number of unlawful reasons (e.g., sex, age or race discrimination, retaliation, etc.). Discipline, demotion and termination are all examples of an adverse action. It is impossible to eliminate all risks associated with taking an adverse action, but the risk can be reduced by forcing yourself to consider the following six simple questions outlined below before taking any action.
Questions to Consider
By Mayra Stone
The Young Entrepreneurs Academy Class of 2017 is moving along quite smoothly. The Academy is in the 9th week of instruction – only 21 weeks left.
We currently have thirteen promising businesses working diligently on formulating their business plans, forming partnership agreements and laying down foundations for each future company. By the end of the 30-week program, these students will emerge as C-level executives of their own businesses.
Many members of our community have graciously volunteered their time to work with our students, in the form of: instructors, mentors, graphic designers, field trip hosts and…