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The Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE) uniquely serves professionals who manage chambers of commerce. This brochure outlines the benefits of membership, including 24/7 information resources, professional development opportunities, networking opportunities, and employee benefits for CEOs and Staff. It also includes member testimonials.
The Glenwood Springs Chamber's member orientation presentation has a fun and educational Family Feud Game Show theme. See also the Glenwood Springs Chamber's Jeopardy Board Orientation.
This onboarding manual covers matters related to schedule, job duties, and expectations; socialization; work environment; technology access; and training/development for employees in the Membership Department. Includes checklists from before the employee’s start date through the end of their first year. This document has been revised to remove comp time due to the DOL overtime ruling.
The Michigan Association of Chamber Professionals (MACP) is the industry resource for chambers of commerce in Michigan. MACP's membership application for 2016 outlines the dues schedule, membership features by dues category, and member-only benefits.
This sample outlines the Lodi Chamber’s 2016 Membership Levels, with price, value, and membership benefits at each level. The tiers include: Small Business ($398); Growing Business ($841); Leading Business ($1260); Marketer’s Tier ($2500); Vision 2020 Chairman’s Partner ($5000); and Associate Partner ($229), which is a special level for non-profits, clubs, and churches.
This document outlines Commerce Lexington's timeline for contacting new and established members. Commerce Lexington's member retention strategy involves the use of staff and ambassador volunteers. This sample was provided as part of the 2016 Chamber of the Year application.
Commerce Lexington membership is the best value for your marketing dollar and in addition to helping to grow your business, your investment continues to support our efforts in public policy, economic, and workforce development. This document outlines investor levels and benefits for Standard, Gold, Silver, and Bronze Investors. This sample was provided as part of the 2016 Chamber of the Year application.
This document outlines investor levels and benefits for Diamond, Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze Investors. This sample was provided as part of the 2016 Chamber of the Year application.
The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce is pleased to introduce you to the new members who have joined our roster from January 1, 2016 to August 31 of this year. You can find them in this Membership Directory Update.
The general responsibilities of the Director of Membership Engagement are: effective implementation of membership retention and engagement efforts, successful event management, correspond effectively with members and the community, and develop Affinity partnerships.