Are you considering running for office or just want to better understand how politics impacts business? Don't miss our brand new three part series that will teach you everything you need to know about what it's like to hold public office, run for election, and the how-to of what it actually takes to run and win. Sample obtained from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Accreditation Best Practices resource page.
This document contains the agenda for the Southwest Indiana Chamber’s Candidate School. The all day event is designed to teach political candidates and potential candidates what to expect during their campaigns.
This document contains the agenda for the Southwest Indiana Chamber’s Candidate School. Candidate School is a workshop-style experience where potential candidates learn the ins-and-outs of being the candidate behind a political campaign.
The 2015 Leaders Exchange is a one of a kind opportunity to be a part of Mobile’s future success and to gain broad exposure to a captive audience of our region’s top business, community and elected leaders. There are a limited number of events available for sponsorship during the 2015 Leaders Exchange, all of which are held at interesting and unique locations in New Orleans that give both participants and sponsors the opportunity to see and learn more about the city and each other.
This spring will mark the Chamber’s 25th Annual Leadership/Transit Study Mission. This community development tool sends a diverse group of leaders to another city to study best practices and lessons learned in a variety of topic areas/issues faced by the Middle Tennessee region. This visit provides excellent networking opportunities with corporate, community and government leaders. This document details the different sponsorship levels available for the event.
This document describes the sponsorship opportunities available for the 2015 Leadership Exchange, a project of One Acadiana.
An annual three-day trip, the InterCity Visit takes business, community and local government leaders from the Greater Richmond area to another city to learn how other communities cooperate to achieve area goals. This document describes the sponsorship opportunities available for this event.
The Wichita Metro Chamber’s annual 2-3 day trip takes business, community and government leaders from the Wichita area to another city to learn about best practices in regional cooperation, downtown revitalization, leadership renaissance, community marketing and more. This document outlines the three sponsorship levels for this event.
This document provides a recap of the Denver Metro Chamber’s 2015 Leadership Exchange trip to Chicago. It includes a list of sponsors, snapshot of speakers, reflections from delegates, social media posts, and overviews of panel discussions and events.
This sample details sponsorship opportunities for the 2015 Leadership Exchange to Chicago. Since 1990, this invitation only, city-to-city exchange unites 150 of metro Denver’s most influential civic and business leaders with those of other cities to discuss key community issues.