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2014 Program of Work - Carroll County Chamber of Commerce

This program of work provides quick reference of Chamber work areas, committees, opportunities for involvement, countywide representation on board of directors, and contact information.

Organization: Carroll County Chamber of Commerce

Quarterly Executive Summary and Division Reports: January 1 - March 14, 2016 - Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce

This document contains the 2016 first quarter report for each of the Chamber’s seven Divisions: Community Development, Economic Development, Governmental Relations, Marketing & Communications, Membership, Small Business, and Special Events. Also contains an executive summary, which highlights some of the non-division report information.

Organization: Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce

Program of Work 2015 - Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce

The Anderson Area Chamber’s Program of Work outlines strategic goals and objectives for 2015. Goals include: developing small business; ensuring a qualified, skilled workforce; focusing on our members; being “the voice of business;” and telling our story.

Organization: Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce

Program of Work 2014 - Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Omaha Chamber is guided by five organizational goals focused on accelerating regional growth. They are: Creating, growing and recruiting businesses, jobs and investment in the region; Fostering a more competitive business environment; Growing, recruiting and retaining the talent and workforce needed for the future; Delivering relevant and high quality member programs, events, services and information; and Operating the Chamber with excellence. Included within each goal are both community impact or macro measurements, as well as more micro measures of specific Chamber outcomes. This sample was provided as part of the 2015 Chamber of the Year application.

Organization: Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce

Program of Work 2015 - Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Omaha Chamber is guided by five organizational goals focused on accelerating regional growth. They are: Creating, growing and recruiting businesses, jobs and investment in the region; Fostering a more competitive business environment; Growing, recruiting and retaining the talent and workforce needed for the future; Delivering relevant and high quality member programs, events, services and information; and Operating the Chamber with excellence. Included within each goal are both community impact or macro measurements, as well as more micro measures of specific Chamber outcomes. This sample was provided as part of the 2015 Chamber of the Year application.

Organization: Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce

Quarterly Executive Summary and Division Reports: March 17-June 10, 2015 - Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce

This sample contains the second quarter report of each of the Chamber’s seven Divisions: Community Development, Economic Development, Governmental Affairs, Marketing & Communications, Membership, Small Business, and Special Events. The intent of this report is to show a snapshot of what has occurred at the Chamber over the representative quarter.

Organization: Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce

Program of Work Presentation 2014-2015 - Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce

The Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce is focused on building community through business. The Chamber’s program of work for 2014-15 includes jobs, voice, prosperity, and operations with areas of focus highlighted.

Organization: Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce

Tactical Plan 2015 - Coastal Alabama Business Chamber

This program of work contains the Chamber's mission and goals in the areas of Civic & Governmental Affairs, Conservation & Natural Resources, Economic Development, Educational Affairs, Finance, Marine Trades, Membership, Retail & Business Services, and Tourism & Special Events. This sample was provided as part of the 2015 Chamber of the Year application.

Organization: Coastal Alabama Business Chamber

Strategic Plan 2012-14 - Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce, Inc.

This strategic plan outlines objectives and strategies to move the Newnan-Coweta Chamber forward over the three-year period from 2012-2014. This sample was provided as part of the 2015 Chamber of the Year application.

Organization: Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce, Inc.

Program of Work 2015-16 - Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce

This document contains the Asheville Area Chamber’s program of work and initiatives in the areas of jobs, voice, prosperity, and operations. Areas of special emphasis for 2015-16 are highlighted.

Organization: Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce


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