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Chamber of Commerce Hawaii and INNOVATE Hawaii hosted a manufacturing bus tour on Oahu in conjunction with National Manufacturing Day, October 6, 2017. Manufacturing Day is a growing grassroots movement of manufacturers dedicated to overcoming their collective challenges and helping their communities thrive. This bus tours visited local manufacturers including Pictures Plus, TruTag Technologies, AirGas, and La Tour Cafe. See also 2018 Chamber of the Year Synopsis #1, Manufacturing in Hawaii Initiative.
The Plano Chamber's Technically Speaking program addresses the technology needs of small to mid-sized businesses. This flyer advertises a Skype for Business event. This sample was provided as part of the 2018 Chamber of the Year application.
Tech Thursday is a monthly hands-on tech training program that helps small businesses learn how to leverage technology to help their business grow. This event offered a rundown of several credit card processing and POS software systems popular with small businesses and freelancers.
The Charlotte Chamber's 2017 Technology Summit offered a unique opportunity for Charlotte's tech community to talk about the issues that affect the sector most. Panel and breakout session topics included everything from startup innovation, workforce pipeline, and machine learning.
Technology Showcase is a one-day outdoor event where local tech companies and start ups showcase their latest products/technologies.
The KC Chamber brought together industry experts to address the legal aspects of cyber security and global technology trends.
Leadership Tech Valley, an initiative of the Capital Region Chamber and a program of the Capital Chamber Foundation, is a dynamic, interactive program that provides skill development and community immersion experiences that enable participants to grow personally and professionally as they explore issues and opportunities in the Capital Region. This brochure covers program benefits, program requirements, application and selection process, and commitment.
Serving on the Leadership Tech Valley Steering Committee is an opportunity to continue your involvement with the leadership program while sharing your expertise and resources. The commitment for the year is approximately 20 hours. This sample outlines the responsibilities of Steering Committee team members.
This document contains FAQs for Leadership Tech Valley program applicants, program sponsors, and graduates. Leadership Tech Valley is an initiative of the Capital Regional Chamber. It is a dynamic, interactive professional development program which provides skill development and community immersion experiences that enable participants to grow personally and professionally as they explore the issues and opportunities in the Capital Region.
This document outlines the project guidelines and criteria for Leadership Tech Valley's class of 2017. The class project engages participants to address regional challenges or support community-based organizations which, in turn, will enhance their leadership skills and prepare them for even greater leadership roles in our community. The Leadership Tech Valley class project is intended to provide class members with the latitude for innovation, creativity and an opportunity to share in the decisions and collaboration necessary to be effective leaders in our region.