The mission of the Edina Chamber of Commerce is to make Edina the optimum place to do business by providing opportunities for business growth and development, community involvement and enrichment, and personal and professional growth. Our members are made up of many industries with a diversity of size and are from all over the Twin Cities Region.
The Edina Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit organization committed to helping Edina businesses survive and thrive. Our more than 400 members are a diverse group, ranging from companies such as Microsoft and the Fairview Southdale Hospital to local companies with a handful of employees.
For more than 40 years, the Edina Chamber of Commerce has worked to make Edina a better place to live, work, and do business by giving private sector employers a voice.
Pictured at right: The Centennial Lakes Hughes Pavilion and office complex. Chip Jones Photography
New Economic Development Vision Spreads to Twin Cities
The Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe recently announced plans to purchase two major hotels in downtown St. Paul. This purchase is considered their first step toward the band's economic self sufficiency.
Joe Nayquonabe, Jr., Commissioner of Corporate Affairs for the Mille Lacs Band, and leader of the economic development strategy will discuss how the plan is brining a bright future to the band and to Twin Cities communities.
In this episode of Enterprise Edina we visit Haute Flower Boutique to learn how to set a festive holiday table and some ideas for unique hostess gifts.