“Your Business. Your Community. Your Chamber.” is the strategic plan for the Fayetteville Regional Chamber and was developed through the efforts of the Board of Directors with input from the Chamber membership, community leaders, and staff. It includes a business plan with tactics to advance the priority goals of community development, economic development, military-community partnership, advocacy/policy development, member development, and organizational sustainability.
This strategic plan focuses on the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber’s three values of advocacy, education, and engagement. The plan is focused on the next three years, but the fundamental elements of the plan will continue to carry forward for subsequent years. The goals and strategies outlined in this plan provide a roadmap for the organization to lead the business community and the region toward greater prosperity in the next decade.
This document contains the strategic plan for the Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce. Goals and program of work are outlined for the following committees: Public Relations / Communications / Tourism; Membership Services / Quality of Life; and Economic Development / Public Policy.
This strategic plan provides an overall framework for action for January 2012 - December 2014. The Chamber’s strategic goals are in the four areas of Business, Growth, Community Collaboration, and Membership & Operations. See also the 2013 Strategic Plan Review.
This document contains the 2013 updates to the Chamber’s strategic plan in the areas of Business, Growth, Community Collaboration, and Membership & Operations. See also the 2012-14 Strategic Plan.
The Bowling Green Area Chamber’s strategic plan focuses on the four strategic initiatives of retaining and expanding existing businesses; recruiting new businesses; increasing entrepreneurship and small business prosperity; and improving the positive business climate. This document also includes an Action Plan with a list of priorities for 2014.
“Leading Longview. People. Place. Prosperity.” is the Chamber’s strategic theme to position our economy for business growth, attract and retain talent, and increase community opportunities. This document contains goals, strategies, and objectives for 2015-16. The five priority areas outlined in this plan are Advocacy/Legislative Affairs, Community Development, Economic Development, Organizational Sustainability, and Tourism Development.
The Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce wrote a five-year work plan in April 2014 to run from 2014-2019. The plan sharpened the Chamber’s focus from eight areas of concentration to three Mission Focus Areas, under which all of the programs and services the Chamber provides are classified. This strategic plan includes the Chamber’s mission; a description of each of the three mission focus areas (economic development, advocacy, and member engagement); short-term goals (1 year); long-term goals (5 years); and governance and accountability.
The Competitive Edge Initiative is a five-year (2011-2015), $4.0 million regional economic growth initiative to benefit the Boise Valley Region. The initiative will embody a nimble and proactive operating style that will more effectively engage Valley-wide allies and partners. It is a bold, focused and coordinated private/public partnership, created and coordinated by the Boise Valley Economic Partnership. This document details the strategies, goals, anticipated impact, and governance and accountability of the initiative.
Asheville 5X5 is a five-year, $3.5 million action agenda and public/private sector operating capital campaign to generate approximately 5,000 total new jobs and to increase employment in Buncombe County and surrounding areas of Asheville, North Carolina. This document contains a summary of the plan; goals and projected impact; definitions of areas of opportunity; action agenda/cluster strategies; governance & accountability; and a call to action.