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This Membership Recruitment Kit provides a high-impact way for the chamber to introduce their services to new and potential members. The Kit includes chamber stats, mission statement, networking groups, benefits, reasons to join, major event listings, and a nice feature of the chamber's uniqueness in the column for "What Makes Us Different." This Kit works as an email piece, but can also be printed on 11 x 17 paper to make it a folded physical kit to hand to a prospect.
The Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce founded and serves as the backbone organization for The L.A. Compact, a bold commitment by Los Angeles leaders from the education, business, government, labor, and non-profit sectors to transform education outcomes from cradle to career. The signatories commit to regularly measuring their progress in pursuit of three systemic goals to three main goals: All students graduate from high school, all students have access to and are prepared for success in college, and all students have access to pathways to sustainable jobs and careers.
Ready by 21 increases the capacity of leaders to achieve collective impact for children and youth by providing standards, proven tools and solutions, and ways to measure and track success. This document can be used to measure the capacity of an organization to take on aspects of an overarching leadership and coordination role.
Ready by 21 increases the capacity of leaders to achieve collective impact for children and youth by providing standards, proven tools and solutions, and ways to measure and track success. This document can be used to identify "moving trains," which are existing structures -- such as coalitions, networks or leadership groups -- that have already taken on an issue.
This document, part of the chamber's 2014 Chamber of the Year application, describes the efforts the chamber made to improve its Facebook presence.
This document is an interactive health and wellness edition of the chamber's newsletter, Grow KC. It includes articles on workplace wellness, the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid, and the city's hiking and biking trails.
The Fargo-Moorhead business community has been affected greatly during past flooding events when businesses had to shut down to protect facilities or allow employees time to protect their homes. The threat of even minimal flooding can also prevent new businesses from coming to the area. The Business Leaders Taskforce for Permanent Flood Protection was created to help legislators understand how flooding impacts the business community and that permanent flood protections would eliminate the issue of weather affecting commerce.
The Chamber of Commerce of Fargo Moorhead West Fargo has developed a series of monthly programs, called the Business Training Series, to provide members and the general public with inexpensive training opportunities on relevant topics.
As the first of its kind incubator and co-working facility in Waco, thInc Space is part incubator, part community gathering space and part professional support network for creative start-ups and entrepreneurs.
The McLennan County Chamber Alliance, convened by the Greater Waco Chamber, brings together 10 chambers in Central Texas to serve the region's economic development and public policy needs.