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#TagtheQC Social Media Campaign - Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

In August 2014, the Quad Cities launched a regional vision for 2030. The vision is: The Quad Cities region is recognized globally for growing and attracting talent and business, is energized by a culturally rich community, inspires innovation, and embraces lifelong learning. What this amounts to is that we want to be more cool, creative, and prosperous.

Date: July 19, 2015
Organization: Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce
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“A Natural Resource for Business” Annual Report - Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

With rising printing and mailing costs, the Chamber’s primary means of communication is -- at the members’ request -- email. Yet even with frequent communication through newsletters, emails and media releases, anecdotal and secondary research confirmed that many members and prospects do not realize the scope of activities the Chamber is influencing, especially in the areas of advocacy, education and workforce development. When surveyed about their top challenges in February 2014, 48% of members said finding skilled workers and 51% said government regulations and tax issues. Yet, when members cancelled, they were not aware of the Chamber’s accomplishments on their behalf in these areas. For more than a decade, the Fort Worth Chamber has included its Annual Report in the Annual Meeting program at one of its largest events of the year with 700+ business leaders. In 2014, Chamber leadership decided to create an annual report separate from the event program to draw more attention to measurable results.

Date: July 18, 2015
Organization: Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce
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“A Natural Resource for Business” Annual Report: Synopsis - Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

With rising printing and mailing costs, the Chamber’s primary means of communication is -- at the members’ request -- email. Yet even with frequent communication through newsletters, emails and media releases, anecdotal and secondary research confirmed that many members and prospects do not realize the scope of activities the Chamber is influencing, especially in the areas of advocacy, education and workforce development. When surveyed about their top challenges in February 2014, 48% of members said finding skilled workers and 51% said government regulations and tax issues. Yet, when members cancelled, they were not aware of the Chamber’s accomplishments on their behalf in these areas. For more than a decade, the Fort Worth Chamber has included its Annual Report in the Annual Meeting program at one of its largest events of the year with 700+ business leaders. In 2014, Chamber leadership decided to create an annual report separate from the event program to draw more attention to measurable results.

Date: July 18, 2015
Organization: Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce
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Missouri Business Magazine Redesign: July - Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

In 2014, the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry re-launched our bimonthly publication -- Missouri Business magazine. Our revisions gave the magazine a more journalistic-feel, intended to position the magazine as Missouri’s premier statewide business publication. The design update calls for larger photos and regular use of infographics. It allows for each issue to have a unique color scheme while retaining a cohesive look. The revitalized print magazine was accompanied by the launch of a new website (www.mobizmagazine.com) and social media accounts promoting the magazine.

Date: July 18, 2015
Organization: Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry
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Missouri Business Magazine Redesign: September - Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

In 2014, the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry re-launched our bimonthly publication -- Missouri Business magazine. Our revisions gave the magazine a more journalistic-feel, intended to position the magazine as Missouri’s premier statewide business publication. The design update calls for larger photos and regular use of infographics. It allows for each issue to have a unique color scheme while retaining a cohesive look. The revitalized print magazine was accompanied by the launch of a new website (www.mobizmagazine.com) and social media accounts promoting the magazine.

Date: July 18, 2015
Organization: Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry
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Datascape Report - Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

The Datascape report is designed as the data companion piece for the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Leadership Study Mission. For the past 23 years, the Chamber has led a group of local and regional leaders to other cities to examine best practices around topics that are relevant to Nashville and middle Tennessee. Led by the Nashville Chamber’s Research Center, whose work has appeared in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, TIME Magazine, Billboard Magazine, and The Atlantic, Datascape provides a platform for understanding and comparing information across topics and geographies. Contents of the publication included topics such as breakdowns of population profiles including demographics, migration and poverty rates, educational data, cost-of-living and income indicators, spending and commuting patterns. Business profiles were also addressed, including employment rates, gross regional products, and industry trends and characteristics.

Date: July 18, 2015
Organization: Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce
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2015 Legislative Agenda - Southwest Indiana Chamber

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

In 2014, the Southwest Indiana Chamber launched an aggressive rebrand campaign to position the nearly century-old organization as modern, progressive, and a resource for businesses just as relevant in 2014 as it was when founded in 1915. As the “new” Chamber brand identity emerged, our attention shifted to effectively communicating with members on each of our five focus areas, which include advocacy and public policy. Like in many communities, advocacy initiatives were strongly supported by a solid, loyal group of volunteers and members, but not always viewed as a source of great excitement and interest by our broader membership base.

Date: July 18, 2015
Organization: Southwest Indiana Chamber
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Strategic Plan and Member Benefits Synopsis - Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce’s Strategic Plan and Membership Benefits brochure marks a strong shift in our organization from a business events and networking organization to one that holistically engages our community. The Strategic Plan is the culmination of volunteers and staff who devoted hundreds of hours, through surveys and focus groups, creating a 100% original strategic plan based on the needs and desires of the membership and our community. The Membership Benefits brochure is the embodiment of that plan lived out through our chamber.

Date: July 17, 2015
Organization: Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce
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“I AM The Chamber” Membership Promotion - Hilton Head Island - Bluffton Chamber of Commerce

2015 ACE: Grand Award

The chamber’s I AM The Chamber advertising campaign tells the story of chamber membership in a very powerful way: from the perspective of those who know it best...our members. The promotion is simple, straightforward and tells the story of the power of chamber membership. Designed to build awareness and educate the public about the strength and value of chamber membership - It’s our members talking about why membership matters to their business, members such as Forsythe Jewelers, local non-profit Bluffton Self Help, longstanding real estate members, restaurant groups, regional hospitals and others.

Date: July 16, 2015
Organization: Hilton Head Island - Bluffton Chamber of Commerce
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Women in Business Signature Event (Siri, the Woman Behind the Voice): Event Program - Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

Held every fall, the Annual Women in Business Signature Event is one of the largest, high profile events in Augusta, GA. This annual event features nationally renowned speakers that exemplify role models that are “high heels in high places”. The event includes a cocktail reception, dinner, and program. For the chamber, the Signature Event is one of our primary income generating events each year. With a goal in 2014 of generating $9,000 in profit from the event and the task of drawing 400+ attendees, we were able to hit a homerun by featuring Susan Bennett, the voice of SIRI as our keynote speaker.

Date: July 14, 2015
Organization: Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce
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