This brief survey polls members to aid with the Chamber’s rebranding process. See also Synopsis #2, Chamber Re-Branding Initiative - Coastal Alabama Business Chamber.
This brief questionnaire is for nominees for either a three-year term as a board member or a one-year term in an advisory board position on the St. Tammany West Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
This survey allows members to provide feedback on the Brentwood Chamber of Commerce. The goal of this survey is to enhance the value of Chamber membership to the benefit of all members.
This survey polls members on a variety of topics, including Chamber functions, services, and communication methods.
Former members are often in unique positions to provide Chamber staff and Board members with valuable information. This exit interview is provided to former members to clarify their reasons for dropping their Chamber membership. This sample was provided as part of the 2015 Chamber of the Year application.
The Longview Chamber’s survey polls members about a pending federal regulation change to raise the salary threshold at which eligible workers qualify for overtime pay. LCC would like to know if this regulation change will affect your organization and what assistance we may be able to provide you surrounding this issue.
The Huntingburg Chamber’s 8-question survey seeks feedback about membership from both past and present members. It also polls participants about their interest in a prospective new Membership Orientation event.
This survey seeks feedback from members about membership value, communications, Chamber leadership, and business attraction in order to help Build Bristow Better.
This infographic presents the results from the Chamber’s second annual member survey. The survey was conducted to learn more about who members are, what they care about, their thoughts on key issues, and how the Chamber can better serve them.
This document presents the results of the Chicagoland Chamber’s first annual Member Survey. The survey was developed to learn more about who members are, what they care about, and their outlook on the local economy in order to best drive growth in Chicagoland.