The Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce is committed to utilizing a professional Membership Sales Staff as the primary avenue of generating new members and member revenue. This commitment is reflected in the structure of the benefits and commission schedules developed for Account Executives. These guidelines have been developed to provide structure and guidance to the marketing program of the Membership Department.
Each employee at the Longview Chamber of Commerce has a customized salary and bonus structure - this one is for membership sales and special projects.
This document outlines the specifics of how the Daytona Regional Chamber pays commission to the Membership Director.
This document details the bonus amount available, but not guaranteed, by chamber position.
The vice president of communications is an integral member of the senior leadership team responsible for directing the Chamber & EDC's communications, marketing and public relations strategies and practices. The communications vice president will manage a comprehensive communication program and collaborate with community partners to raise Colorado Springs' profile with local, regional and national stakeholders and audiences.
The 2nd annual Jacksonville's Longest Table community event brought together about 400 community members, business leaders and elected officials to share an open-air dinner. The event was created in 2016 as a way to connect diverse groups from across Jacksonville and to get people talking. This idea was the 1st Place 60 Sponsorship Ideas Winner at ACCE's 2018 Convention.
The PowerUp Austin! Series engages in conversation around "hot topics" to drive member success. Topics focus on information to help business leaders succeed, grow skills and customers in an atmosphere for solutions driven conversations. This idea was the 2nd Place 60 Sponsorship Ideas Winner at ACCE's 2018 Convention.
The first section of this evaluation outlines measureable goals (internal and external) and assigns each a weight. The outcome determines the annual bonus. The second section evaluates leadership skills and the last section is a catch-all (revenue, web users, membership, communications hits, etc).
This bonus plan has 6 components based on objectivity for a total of 50 to 70% of bonus potential, which is capped at 30% of annual salary. The components include: (1) retention of member accounts; (2) focused retention (from the campaign); (3) non-dues revenue increase from signature events; (4) overall non-dues revenue increase; (5) expense control; and, (6) engagement with top 100 investors. The subjective component is based on specific initiatives: Overall standing of the organization in the community, enhancing initiatives (new and existing), interaction, acceptance, outreach, creativity.
This CEO evaluation timeline has two parts based on: 1) subjective (skills-based) criteria and 2) incentive (goal-based) criteria. See the CEO's goals for 2018.