Learn the art of a great media interview

As a business owner, administrator, spokesperson, or public relations employee presenting your best foot forward — or in this case face — is critical in setting your business’ identity. Perfect the art of communicating with the press by preparing yourself with successful interviewing techniques that give you control of your voice. It is time to […]

Communicating the Chamber Story – Episode 4

The Chamber utilizes various avenues and platforms to communicate its story and highlight its members to the Fresno area community. Listen as our President/CEO Nathan Ahle and Communications Specialist Diana Giraldo breakdown the Chamber’s use of print publications, email campaigns, and digital platforms to disseminate the its message. Giraldo also goes in-depth into the Chamber’s […]

This Week in Government Affairs, September 10, 2018

In Brief: Local The Fresno Chamber will not be supporting Measure P. The Fresno Chamber PAC has announced its endorsements of Tate Hill in Fresno City Council District 3, and Brian Whelan in Fresno City Council District 7. State The Fresno Chamber GAC at their meeting this Wednesday will be having a session recap. Federal […]

Fresno Chamber PAC endorses pro-business candidates for general election

The Fresno Chamber of Commerce Political Action Committee (PAC) is proud to announce the endorsement of Tate Hill (Fresno City Council District 3), Luis Chavez (Fresno City Council District 5) and Brian Whelan (Fresno City Council District 7) for the November 6, 2018 general election. The PAC evaluates candidates for endorsement based on an interview […]

2018 Agriculturist of the Year and Ag Business of the Year nominations open

The Fresno Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for the 2018 Agriculturist of the Year award. This well-known award is given annually to an individual who epitomizes leadership and integrity in the Central Valley’s agricultural business community. For more information or to nominate a deserving individual, please contact Chamber Events Manager, Rebecca Johnson at the […]

Let’s get physical – ACTIVE! featuring MetalMark

Meet us at MetalMark, Fresno’s premier indoor climbing and fitness gym, for our second F.C. ACTIVE! Join us for an hour of climbing towering walls and playing on the bouldering terrain where all ages and levels of climbers will be met with a fun challenge. F.C. ACTIVE was created keeping two things in mind –– we are […]

Measure P – Episode 3

The Fresno Chamber announces it will not support Measure P, the tax measure on the November ballot designed to increase funding for parks and the arts across the community. Listen as the President/CEO Nathan Ahle and VP of Government Affairs Nathan Alonzo explain why the Chamber is opposed to the measure. We would like to […]

Fresno Chamber of Commerce Statement on Measure P, Local Parks/Arts Tax Measure

The Fresno Chamber of Commerce announces today it will not support Measure P, the tax measure on the November ballot designed to increase funding for parks and the arts across the community. “While we are opposed to this particular measure, we are supportive of Fresno’s parks,” said Chamber President/CEO Nathan Ahle. “Our organization believes strongly […]

Junior Board: We are searching for outstanding high school students

The Fresno Chamber of Commerce Junior Board is accepting for the 2018-19 academic year. The 8-month program is designed to provide high school students with hands-on leadership experience and introduce them to leaders of the City of Fresno. The mission of the Junior Board is to teach students to become leaders in sustaining the business […]

Ribbon Cutting – Fatte’s Pizza

Fatte’s Pizza, the Central Coast sensation had their ribbon cutting on August 14th, 2018. Co-owners Kayla Hagood and Ryan Broussard picked Fresno to open their new business because they would get many calls from the 559 area code placing orders when visiting the coast. Thank goodness for that! It’s delicious and very inexpensive! Did I […]