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This document contains the membership dues/fees schedule for joining the Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The schedule addresses for profit business; banks, savings & loan, and financial instutions (in Elmhurst and out of Elmhurst), non-for-profit business, and not-for-profit organizations..
Author Jason Marshall asserts that the Chamber's role is to build a self-sustaining ecosystem in which businesses can interact and support one another. This article discusses the value of chamber membership, member benefits, joining a chamber, and member retention.
This commitment form for Leader Level plus members allows for a more customized approach to membership. Members are able to craft their plan with the Chamber, including their membership, use of their Chamberbucks stipend, and additional cash sponsorships/advertising opportunities.
This catalog outlines the different tiers of investment in the chamber and the membership advantages at each level. It also describes advertising opportunities for 2016.
The Olathe Chamber’s membership brochure describes the many benefits of Chamber membership and highlights the ways that the Chamber benefits the community. This brochure also contains a membership application, which asks if the business is a minority business.
The St. Louis Regional Chamber’s membership application requests information about the member’s business, including whether the company is minority-owned or woman-owned.
The Knoxville Chamber’s membership application requests demographic information about the member’s business, including whether the company is female-owned or minority-owned (Native American, Asian, African-American, or Hispanic).
Maximize your chamber membership by building your business and increasing your revenue through the Business Referral Network (BRN). Joining BRN will provide the opportunity to connect directly with new customers through trusted referrals. Groups range between 15-20 people and are limited to one person per industry/profession. See also the related application form.
This sample contains the application form for the Business Referral Network (BRN). The Business Referral Networks offer opportunities for members to connect directly with new customers through trusted referrals. See also the information sheet.
Develop member-to-member connections by focusing on building relationships, developing leads and serving as a professional resource.