… the chamber world is always changing, growing and evolving.
That’s why we took down the article you were expecting. It was out of date or just not relevant any more. While we don’t know exactly what you were looking for, there is something here for you if you’re a chamber of commerce executive, staff member, board member or volunteer.
There are three ways to get the information you want:
- Use the search box to find what you’re looking for. We’ve got hundreds of up-to-date and relevant articles, so you’re sure to get something valuable.
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From finding a good name for your chamber event to coming up with a new theme to getting more attendance at your events, events are one of the most popular topics on our site. That’s to be expected – events can be a big deal for increasing member engagement and driving revenue. They can also demand a lot of creativity. Good thing we’ve been learning from the best for years.
These tie together: membership is the core to your chamber offerings, but you don’t want to rely on membership dues for all your operating expenses. That’s why we’ve written extensively about non-dues revenue, from revising or even reinventing the traditional chamber golf tournament to maximizing your event sponsorships
A wise chamber leader knows that he or she (and their staff) can’t do it all on their own. That’s why developing, growing and leveraging chamber ambassadors is a hot topic.
Board and Staff Development
Last (on this list) but certainly not least is your professional growth and development. As this page itself proves, the chamber world is a fast-moving one and there is always something new to learn.
That’s why we’ve provided industry training plus time- and money-saving resources that make your chamber staff training easier.
We’ve got over a dozen in-depth, downloadable guides, ebooks, and checklists which you can find here – Free Chamber Resources.
Plus there are hundreds of articles on this site which you can search here.
Finally, we’ve built a community of over 7,500 (and counting) chamber professionals here on Facebook.
Take your time, find the resources you need and join us!