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Highlights from State of Technology 2018

December 3rd, 2018 by Amanda Huggett

“The technology of tomorrow is happening today!” emcee Eric Piela of CoSchedule (pictured below) exclaimed as he kicked off the 2018 State of Technology. Throughout the event, several local innovators, plus three keynote speakers, took the stage to share the amazing tech happening around our nation. Seth Arndorfer, representing presenting sponsor Dakota Carrier Network, shared […]

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Eggs & Issues National Guard Update Recap

December 3rd, 2018 by Amanda Huggett

For November Eggs & Issues, we were honored to bring in the leadership of our armed forces for an update on the North Dakota National Guard. We were joined by Brig. Gen. Robert Becklund, Deputy Adjutant General; Col. Darrin Anderson, 119th Wing Commander and Maj. Christopher Olson, Logistics Officer for the 141 Maneuver Enhancement Brigade. […]

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Young Professionals Best Place to Work: Office Sign Company

December 1st, 2018 by Amanda Huggett

You might not think that a company that makes signs is exciting, but one look inside Office Sign Company, and you’d be surprised. This signage company has only been around for 10 years, but has experienced tremendous growth and success thanks to its founder Ryan Fritz, who has built not just a successful business, but […]

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Eide Bailly: Focused on innovation

November 1st, 2018 by Amanda Huggett

Last summer, Eide Bailly celebrated 100 years of serving clients through tax, audit and accounting services. But over the years, the firm has added a variety of specialty services and grown to be much more. Focused on innovation to evolve with industry trends and best serve their clients, they’ve become known as the trusted business […]

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North Dakota Statewide Ballot Measures

October 8th, 2018 by Amanda Huggett

If you are voting in North Dakota, before you head to the polls on November 6, be sure to take a look at the initiated measures on the ballot. There are four statewide measures that will be included on the November 6 general election ballot. To view the official measure language, visit the Secretary of […]

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Q&A with the Candidates: FMWF’s Midterm Elections 2018

October 4th, 2018 by Amanda Huggett

One of the foundational pillars of our Chamber is advocacy. With election season upon us as we head into the 2018 midterms, we wanted to provide our members and the community the opportunity to hear directly from the candidates up for various seats on the ballot next month. See what they had to say in […]

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Small Business of the Year: Prairie Winds Veterinary Center

October 1st, 2018 by Amanda Huggett

It’s not just business as usual at Prairie Winds Veterinary Center. This companion animal hospital in south Fargo is a true community partner that offers innovative care for clients and a family-friendly atmosphere for staff. The clinic is a newer addition to our community, operating only since 2011, but they’ve already established a unique identity. […]

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Highlights from the 2018 Annual Meeting

September 20th, 2018 by Amanda Huggett

It’s been another spectacular (fiscal) year here at The Chamber, and we had such a great time celebrating it all with you at our Annual Meeting yesterday at the Holiday Inn, sponsored by Midco. Outgoing board chair Steve Swiontek, Gate City Bank, and our president/CEO Craig Whitney, shared key accomplishments from the past year, including […]

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Area K-12 Education Update: Eggs & Issues Recap

September 10th, 2018 by Amanda Huggett

Fargo Moorhead West Fargo has always had a great education system. With three newly appointed superintendents each starting their positions in their respective districts, our k-12 educational landscape is a hot topic. This month’s Eggs & Issues allowed us to hear from each of the three new leaders as they start their roles. This included Brandon […]

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Not-for-Profit of the Year: Great Plains Food Bank

September 4th, 2018 by Amanda Huggett

Serving as the region’s only food bank, the Great Plains Food Bank plays a unique role in hunger relief in our community. By rescuing surplus food from the food industry, they ensure it safely gets into the hands of our hungry neighbors in need. The bank provides food assistance to more than 97,000 hungry individuals […]

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