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FARGO MOORHEAD WEST FARGO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

“It’s a full-circle time,” one panelist said. “We will see what … (the nature of retail is) going to be post-pandemic. We’re kind of all waiting to see how that shakes out.”
During her FMWF Chamber-sponsored keynote Wednesday before a mostly female audience of 1,700, Mel Robbins shared how her "5-second" hack has helped transform her from an unemployed, financially drained, emotionally spent individual to a successful motivational speaker/author/lawyer/former TV talk show host.
The 10,000-14,000-square-foot Business Resource Hub will be built just west of the Convention and Visitors Bureau near Interstate 94 and 45th Street South.
Awards were given for Small Business of the Year, Business of the Year, Nonprofit of the Year, Young Professionals Best Place to Work, Emerging Business of the Year, Resilient Business of the Year and People's Choice.

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Rowe urges young people to build their own "toolbox," where their skills and passion intersect to help them find fulfilling, successful careers.
Roers CEO Jim Roers, McKenzy Braaten of EPIC Companies and Mike Allmendinger of Kilbourne Group discussed the long-term future of development in the metro area, upcoming projects and possibilities for a new convention center.
The goal is to increase the number of adult learners of color who earn an industry-relevant credential or degree.
This year's "down and dirty" event will be held Thursday, April 21, at the Sanford Health Athletic Complex on the North Dakota State University campus.
Winners and three finalists in each of eight categories will be announced at a ceremony Friday, May 21.
The well-known motivational speaker will appear in Fargo on June 1 at the Sanford Health Athletic Complex.

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Owner and President Doug Restemayer says a deal to add another distribution territory is near completion, too.
"The Moorhead City Council and Mayor Lanning deserved enormous credit for their timely cooperation to provide the best office solution back in 1998," writes Forum columnist Mike Hulett. "Now it’s time for the Fargo City Commission to move our Chamber headquarters to the next level."
The annual event is billed as the Chamber's "largest networking event of the year."

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