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The Kalispell Chamber of Commerce is the longest-standing and leading advocate for the Flathead Valley community and business climate.

Kalispell, Montana’s Applied Materials is “the world’s No. 1 semiconductor and display equipment company”

Applied employs approximately 550 people in the Flathead Valley. Despite being one of the area’s biggest employers, Nye noted a lot of locals don’t realize what goes on behind Applied’s doors.

Glacier Park International to Add Direct Flights to New York City Starting in 2020

American Airlines will begin seasonal flights to LaGuardia starting next summer

Kalispell Chamber and Staff Recognized with National Honors

The Kalispell Chamber of Commerce was named a finalist for the 2019 Chamber of the Year award, presented by the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE), placing the local organization in the top three of more than 1,300 chambers of commerce from across the country.

Kalispell Chamber Selected for U.S. Chamber Foundation Education and Workforce Fellowship Program

Kate Lufkin of the Kalispell Chamber was selected for prestigious program which provides state and local chambers with opportunities to engage nationally on critical education and workforce issues

The Kalispell Chamber of Commerce’s leadership development program, Leadership Flathead, is now accepting applications for the Class of 2021.

Leadership Flathead is intricately designed to develop tangible leadership skills, increase awareness of significant local issues, and build a tightly knit network of community leaders all while strengthening the ability of current and emerging leaders to spearhead positive change in the Flathead Valley.

Montana Department of Transportation struggles with Kalispell’s growth

“We’re now the third fastest micropolitan area in the United States for the second year in a row.” Joe Unterreiner, President of the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce

Big Reasons to Invest in Kalispell, Montana

Earlier this month, at the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce’s luncheon, it became clear how many incentives businesses and investors have to put their roots down in Kalispell’s downtown.

Kalispell Chamber looks toward another year of growth

“We have people without jobs and jobs without people,” Unterreiner said. “We plan to create the most educated and productive workforce in Montana.”

Former Glacier Bancorp CEO Mick Blodnick Wins Kalispell Chamber’s Great Chief Award

In additional chamber awards, Debbi and Dave Waldenberg were named businesspeople of their year, and Clint Ekern was named chamber member of the year.