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Insights into Iowa is ICCE's monthly newsletter. The May 2018 issue features an article about the 2018 MACE Conference, as well as chamber news, new members, programs and services, and event information.
Agenda for the Colorado Chamber of Commerce Executives Spring Conference, held April 30-May 2, 2018.
This email thanks members for their continued partnership with the Colorado Chamber of Commerce Executives (CCCE) and includes a link for online membership renewal.
This guide has been designed to help select your chamber executive and will be a useful tool for any chamber of commerce that is in the process of selecting a new executive within the State of Kentucky.
Article about the role of chambers and Texas Chamber of Commerce Week October 16th to 20th.
Governor Abbott has officially proclaimed October 16-20, 2017 Chamber of Commerce Week in Texas. This enews includes links to the Governor's proclamation as well as resources to use leading up to and through chamber of commerce week.
Message from 2017 TCCE Chairman RaDonna Hessel with information about this year's board retreat and a call for members to offer suggestions and goals for 2018.
This newsletter contains news, information, and resources for Texas Chamber Professionals. The September 2017 edition contains an update on Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts.
This email describes "Adopt A Chamber/Community" -- an initiative being led by a partnership of the Texas Chamber of Commerce Executives and the Texas Association of Business to help chambers and their communities get back to business long term and stronger than ever.
This infographic identifies $2 billion in savings and performance improvements that can be realized from as-yet enacted reforms.