Chamber News

New Jobs Posted! Updated Who’s Hiring in Kentucky Report

The Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center staff is working with employers looking for talent due to surges experienced with COVID-19. Our team is working with Kentucky’s Workforce and Education Cabinet and Career Centers across the state to identify talent currently experiencing job loss due to COVID-19. We send out updated Who’s Hiring reports every Tuesday. #TeamKentucky #UniteKyBiz #TogetherKy This […]

Small Business Resources

Dear Council Members and aides,  Almost a month ago, we updated you with the changes we’ve put into place since COVID-19 hit us, and how we are helping businesses through this difficult time. We have reached out to more than 500 local businesses to offer our assistance, connection to resources (federal/state/local), and lots of basic […]

Kentucky Chamber Partners with Beshear Administration to Offer Face Masks to Businesses

KENTUCKY CHAMBER PARTNERS WITH BESHEAR ADMINISTRATIONTO OFFER FACE MASKS TO KENTUCKY BUSINESSESAs the Commonwealth prepares to reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Beshear administration has asked the Kentucky Chamber to partner with them during Phase 1 by offering face masks to all Kentucky businesses in need to ensure you can reopen as safely and quickly […]

PRE-ORDER: Taziki’s Louisville Mother’s Day Bundle

Pre-order your gift for Mom today! This bundle includes Taziki’s fan-favorite, Whipped Feta dip with Baked Pita, Grilled Chicken, Greek Salad, and Roasted Potatoes. Plus, a house wine, and a special edition Mother’s Day Card from White Ink Calligraphy. Mother’s Day is simpler with just ONE stop for this entire bundle. Only $50! ORDER HERE

COVID-19: Which businesses can reopen on May 11?

BESHEAR ANNOUNCES DETAILS AND DATES FOR REOPENING OF CERTAIN INDUSTRIESKentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said Wednesday the first phase of industry reopening in the state will start on May 11 with non-essential manufacturing, car dealerships, dog grooming and boarding, construction, professional services including law firms, accountants, and others (at 50% capacity), and Churchill Downs being allowed […]