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2018 Chamber of the Year, Category 1 Winner
A last in the nation ranking with regards to Iowa's women-owned businesses and economic impact was concerning for our community. Among the 21 chambers in the region, none were addressing the issue. The Downtown Chamber designed Leadership Education and Advancement Pipeline (LEAP) to connect current and prospective women business owners to the resources, people, and initiatives that would stimulate their success. It has since become a model program for other chambers, affected the lives over 500 men and women, and was the winner of the Mid-American Chamber Executives' 2016 Event of the Year Award.
Through this summit, the audience will be engaged into a necessary beginning conversation on diversity, equity and inclusion that will include speakers, panelists and topics on cross cultural issues, generational differences in the workplace, working with differently-abled populations, equity and gender inequality, cultural intelligence and why it matters, population shift, and an inclusive future welcoming new Americans and international talent.
FLAVOR! is a series of culinary events taking place to raise critical funds to support Good Samaritan Project's programs and services for people affected by HIV.
In this event invitation sample, chamber members were invited to the session by Glenn Harris, president of the leading racial justice nonprofit organization Race Forward, who presented an interactive session about racial equity.
This document contains the agenda for the 3rd annual Executive Forum on Diversity and Inclusion. Includes a schedule of events and speaker biographies.
The Dallas Black Chamber's e-newsletter for September 29th features a "save the date" for the State of Black Business event as well as announcements for the Bank of America Small & Diverse Business Education Fund scholarship, Corporate Jewel Professional Women's Conference, and the Quarterly Business Development Workshop.
The Chattanooga Area Chamber’s Diversify 2016 Luncheon supports diverse business growth and inclusion. Diversify 2016 is Chattanooga's most diverse marketplace, featuring small and diverse businesses, as well as non-profit organizations that support our local communities. This event gives area businesses/organizations an opportunity to sell merchandise, market their products/services, and promote upcoming activities.
This event is on the topic of Navigating the Social Web - What You Need to Know. Guest speaker Jen Grant is a seasoned marketing executive and business strategist with a big personality and deep, practical understanding of how the social web and digital communication impacts companies large and small.
The Greenville Chamber has developed the MBRC to create opportunities for all organizations that operate in the space of servicing socially and economically disadvantaged businesses. The MBRC exists between organizations engaged in providing support to under-resourced businesses in the Upstate, and aims to produce successful outcomes in the areas of economic development, business growth and job creation. This flyer advertises the Entrepreneurial Workshops & Business Information Fair and includes event details and workshop descriptions.
This flyer advertises the Executive Forum on Diversity & Inclusion, an annual event put on by the Greater Des Moines Partnership to facilitate a dialogue on inclusion-related issues and initiatives in the workplace. Includes information about the keynote speaker and breakout sessions.