Founded on Jewish values, the Chamber promotes business growth, business development, professional relationships and offers educational programs.
The Denver Jewish Chamber of Commerce, formally known as the Jewish Business Association, was founded in 1995 to unite the Denver Jewish business community and connect Jewish entrepreneurs and professionals. Activities included monthly networking events, social events, and periodic special events such as business expos. After many years of function, the Jewish Business Association stopped operating.
In 2011, some of the members of the Jewish Business Association of Colorado and members of B’nai Brith determined to change the mission of the Jewish Business Association, and bring it back as the Denver Jewish Chamber of Commerce.
Currently, we have four networking events per month which provide many opportunities to meet professionals and learn how to help each other be more successful. Our Membership benefits include discounted pricing of events, special advertising opportunities and member’s only opportunities.
Our Board of Directors includes professionals who are active in the Jewish community. We elect board members to serve on a staggering two year term and are always looking for professionals to become involved in our various committees. Committee involvement includes Programming/Events, Membership, Marketing, Education, and Philanthropy. If you are interested in learning more, please e-mail our President Jonathan Defez at firstname.lastname@example.org.