Tuesday, December 11 | 11:15am – 1:15pm
Join us as we celebrate the successes of the past year, and present the Chamber’s vision and top priorities for doing business in Leawood in 2019 and beyond.
Our keynote speaker will be one of the region’s most accomplished entrepreneurs and business leaders, Neal Sharma, CEO and Co-Founder of DEG.
No matter your business goals, the Leawood Chamber can help you achieve them. Join today and let’s go to work!
Why Join the Leawood Chamber?
Know what’s happening in and around Leawood—including local and state legislative activity – and how it impacts your business.
Build your brand by connecting, sharing and learning with other members and community leaders.
Accelerate your career with professional development and opportunities to get involved with the Leawood Chamber and throughout the community.
Wallethub, a personal finance website, has named Leawood as the nation’s best small city, up from #3 last year. Leawood tops the 2018 list of “Best Small Cities in America” which compared more than 1,200 cities with populations between 25,000 and 100,000....read more
Leawood Planning Commission unanimously voted on Tuesday, October 23, to approve preliminary plans for the redevelopment of the Ranch Mart North shopping center. Renderings and preliminary plan details reveal the project would include a...read more
Shake Shack is planning its first location in Kansas at Town Center Plaza in Leawood. On Tuesday night, the Planning Commission approved plans for the demolition of the existing On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina building (which closed...read more
From custom outdoor kitchens to beautiful pathways and patio designs, Rosehill Gardens in Martin City, Missouri has been inspiring beautiful green landscapes around the Kansas City area for over 100 years.
Young Professionals Lunch & Learn
Thursday, November 29 | 11:30am – 1:00pm
Anyone can lead, anytime, anywhere!
D.J. Whetter, Director of KC Area Initiatives with the Kansas Leadership Center is the guest speaker. Whetter believes that leadership is an activity and not a position. His passion is helping individuals and teams make progress on tough challenges.