AngelouEconomics is pleased to present the Advance Lexington and the Bluegrass Region Economic Development Strategic Plan. This document is the final phase of an economic development strategy for Lexington and the Bluegrass Region which lays out a road map for future economic development. This sample was provided as part of the 2016 Chamber of the Year application.
With the launch of a new strategic plan in early 2014, The Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce completed a major visual identity redesign which we feel better aligns our brand identity with the mission of creating "the best business climate in Canada." Through a multi-faceted design approach including logo, website and print redevelopment, we feel our new identity is more representative of the progressive and vibrant nature of our Chamber.
The Chattanooga Area Chamber reviews their strategic plan each year to determine their accomplishments and analyze additional needs. During their 2013-14 revision, they set aggressive goals for economic development and membership growth.
This document contains the strategic plan for the chamber's workforce initiative. The mission of the initiative is to create a 21st Century workforce that is proactive, responsive and results driven; support the region's diverse population and employers; and provide quality job opportunities in support of a vibrant regional economy.
This sample contains a list of the financial investors for the Chamber's Working As 1 strategic plan.
This brochure details the guiding objectives and measurable outcomes of the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama’s Working As 1 strategic plan. Visit the Chamber’s website for more information about the strategic plan.
This plan sets forth the direction of the Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce for three years (2013 - 2016) and outlines a direction with which the Chamber intends to align all of its activities.
This report is used with the Roanoke Regional Chamber’s Board to track their progress in a summary fashion. The strategic plan has been updated for 2016 with revised, highlighted sections related to the Chamber’s new direction toward tiered dues.
This document outlines the top 5 reasons why nonprofits waste time and money on strategic planning and offers tips for designing an effective strategic plan.
This article from LancasterOnline discusses the Lancaster Chamber's new model for membership, the rollout of which begun in January 2016. The chamber is also holding multiple annual meetings that are open to the public, rather than one members-only meeting. See also: Lancaster City Council approves changes for chamber's new location