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2014 Annual Summary and 2015 Priorities - St. Joseph County Chamber of Commerce

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

Each year, the St. Joseph County Chamber compiles a "report card" of its accomplishments for that year. The Annual Summary serves as a snapshot of our organization. Unlike an annual report, our 2014 Annual Summary provides quick highlights that showcase the efforts and results of the SJC Chamber and our affiliated partners and programs. Unlike a long drawn-out annual report, which typically includes company financials, our Annual Summary's approach gives our members brief, digestible information in a capsulized, colorful format, making it more likely to be read.

Date: July 19, 2015
Organization: St. Joseph County Chamber of Commerce
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Policy Conference Video 2014 - Detroit Regional Chamber

2015 ACE: Grand Award

For its third annual Detroit Policy Conference, the Detroit Regional Chamber created a video to promote both the event as well as the opportunity in the city of Detroiter as it faced bankruptcy. The video helped raise the profile of the event, which drew about 800 business, political and philanthropic leaders for a day of programming focused on Detroit’s future after bankruptcy.

Date: July 19, 2015
Organization: Detroit Regional Chamber
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LIVECapitalized.com Website - Baton Rouge Area Chamber

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

In 2014, the Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC) developed and launched a comprehensive web presence for the organization’s Talent Development Program, LIVECapitalized.com. The Talent Development Program was established to help regional businesses attract and retain top-notch talent. As the Baton Rouge Area continues to experience historic job creation, it is critical that all companies in the region are able to fill their job openings with the best possible candidates, and keep the candidates in place for the long term.

Date: July 19, 2015
Organization: Baton Rouge Area Chamber
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#UniteLoudoun Social Media Campaign - Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

In 2014 the Loudoun Chamber, for the first time in the organization’s history implemented, the most successful membership and marketing in the organization’s history. The two objectives of the campaign were to grow the membership and increase our brand awareness in the community. The first objective was an incredible success as the Chamber grew by 170 members in two days, and over the course of the campaign season, over 200 additional members joined the Chamber due to our campaign’s ripple effect. The second objective, which we share with you today, was to expand the chamber’s brand as an organization which strives to Engage, Advocate for, and Connect our community to promote a world-class quality of life in Loudoun County. We determined that a community driven social media campaign was our best hope for success, and out of that the #UniteLoudoun Campaign was born.

Date: July 19, 2015
Organization: Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce
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#TagtheQC Social Media Campaign - Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

In August 2014, the Quad Cities launched a regional vision for 2030. The vision is: The Quad Cities region is recognized globally for growing and attracting talent and business, is energized by a culturally rich community, inspires innovation, and embraces lifelong learning. What this amounts to is that we want to be more cool, creative, and prosperous.

Date: July 19, 2015
Organization: Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce
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“A Natural Resource for Business” Annual Report - Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

With rising printing and mailing costs, the Chamber’s primary means of communication is -- at the members’ request -- email. Yet even with frequent communication through newsletters, emails and media releases, anecdotal and secondary research confirmed that many members and prospects do not realize the scope of activities the Chamber is influencing, especially in the areas of advocacy, education and workforce development. When surveyed about their top challenges in February 2014, 48% of members said finding skilled workers and 51% said government regulations and tax issues. Yet, when members cancelled, they were not aware of the Chamber’s accomplishments on their behalf in these areas. For more than a decade, the Fort Worth Chamber has included its Annual Report in the Annual Meeting program at one of its largest events of the year with 700+ business leaders. In 2014, Chamber leadership decided to create an annual report separate from the event program to draw more attention to measurable results.

Date: July 18, 2015
Organization: Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce
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“A Natural Resource for Business” Annual Report: Synopsis - Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

With rising printing and mailing costs, the Chamber’s primary means of communication is -- at the members’ request -- email. Yet even with frequent communication through newsletters, emails and media releases, anecdotal and secondary research confirmed that many members and prospects do not realize the scope of activities the Chamber is influencing, especially in the areas of advocacy, education and workforce development. When surveyed about their top challenges in February 2014, 48% of members said finding skilled workers and 51% said government regulations and tax issues. Yet, when members cancelled, they were not aware of the Chamber’s accomplishments on their behalf in these areas. For more than a decade, the Fort Worth Chamber has included its Annual Report in the Annual Meeting program at one of its largest events of the year with 700+ business leaders. In 2014, Chamber leadership decided to create an annual report separate from the event program to draw more attention to measurable results.

Date: July 18, 2015
Organization: Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce
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Missouri Business Magazine Redesign: July - Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

In 2014, the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry re-launched our bimonthly publication -- Missouri Business magazine. Our revisions gave the magazine a more journalistic-feel, intended to position the magazine as Missouri’s premier statewide business publication. The design update calls for larger photos and regular use of infographics. It allows for each issue to have a unique color scheme while retaining a cohesive look. The revitalized print magazine was accompanied by the launch of a new website (www.mobizmagazine.com) and social media accounts promoting the magazine.

Date: July 18, 2015
Organization: Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry
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Missouri Business Magazine Redesign: September - Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

In 2014, the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry re-launched our bimonthly publication -- Missouri Business magazine. Our revisions gave the magazine a more journalistic-feel, intended to position the magazine as Missouri’s premier statewide business publication. The design update calls for larger photos and regular use of infographics. It allows for each issue to have a unique color scheme while retaining a cohesive look. The revitalized print magazine was accompanied by the launch of a new website (www.mobizmagazine.com) and social media accounts promoting the magazine.

Date: July 18, 2015
Organization: Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry
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Datascape Report 2014 - Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce

2015 ACE: Award of Excellence

The Datascape report is designed as the data companion piece for the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Leadership Study Mission. For the past 23 years, the Chamber has led a group of local and regional leaders to other cities to examine best practices around topics that are relevant to Nashville and middle Tennessee. Led by the Nashville Chamber’s Research Center, whose work has appeared in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, TIME Magazine, Billboard Magazine, and The Atlantic, Datascape provides a platform for understanding and comparing information across topics and geographies. Contents of the publication included topics such as breakdowns of population profiles including demographics, migration and poverty rates, educational data, cost-of-living and income indicators, spending and commuting patterns. Business profiles were also addressed, including employment rates, gross regional products, and industry trends and characteristics. See also the 2016 report.

Date: July 18, 2015
Organization: Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce
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