(St. Paul MN-) Recently, Jim Sieben officially began his term on the Minnesota Chamber Board of Directors. Sieben is the President of two companies, Nova-Tech Engineering LLC and MinnWest Technology Campus in Willmar, MN.
New officers and Board members formally began their terms at the Minnesota Chamber’s 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting: Economy and entrepreneurship: rebuilding through a pandemic. Sieben was also profiled at the meeting as part of the 2021 Business Benchmarks report. Click here to view the feature.
“Minnesota’s economic recovery is dependent on all industries and regions in our state sustaining and growing in spite of the pandemic,” said Chamber President Doug Loon. “The Chamber is thrilled to welcome Jim Sieben to the Board of Directors. His experience and knowledge of engineering and manufacturing will be a significant asset as we look toward a statewide economic recovery.”
“There is so much value that the Minnesota Chamber brings to businesses around the state. I’m honored to join the Board of Directors and look forward to aiding in the economic recovery around the state from my office here in west central Minnesota,” said Sieben.
The volunteer Board represents businesses of all types and sizes across Minnesota. These business leaders are responsible for setting a public policy agenda to improve Minnesota’s business climate, and for shaping the Chamber’s COVID-19 recovery efforts to help all Minnesota businesses endure and succeed during and after the pandemic.