2015 Webinar Series
Wednesday, September 16th —“Going After the Big Bucks: Creative Sponsorship Packaging, Grant Funding and More”
Hear how to excel at putting together a “diamond level” sponsorship package, through bundling and customization, that your members will want and could be a financial gold mine for your chamber. We’ll also present tips to help you tap into new pools of money by pursuing grants to fund programs that address major community and business issues.
- Janelle Tassert, Greater Phoenix (AZ) Chamber
- David Rattray, Los Angeles Area (CA) Chamber
Wednesday, October 14th —“Engaging Start-Ups and Younger Generations in Your Chamber”
Do you have what it takes to get startups and younger business leaders to engage in your chamber? Hear what others have done to offer what these folks want to buy. Explore answers and possible organizational changes needed to address this key to your chamber’s future.
- Bob Linscheid, San Francisco (CA) Chamber
- John Tayer, Boulder (CO) Chamber
Wednesday, November 18th —“How to Make Your Good Chamber Great - Stagnant Success is Still Stagnant”
Is your chamber starting to look the same year after year? Or maybe things are going OK, but it seems like your chamber is on autopilot? Is it time for an organizational makeover? Learn what others have done to counter the protectors of the past and/or status quo by embracing change and reinventing their chambers.
- Tom Pierson, ACE, Tacoma-Pierce County (WA) Chamber
- Wayne Griffin, Board Training & Strategic Planning
Wednesday, December 9th —“Dealing with Overwhelm: Tips and Tools to ‘Get it Together’ and Improve Your Work/Life Balance”
Many chamber professionals seem to be running on empty, barely keeping their head above water and are, quite frankly, probably trying to do too much. This webinar will offer suggestions to help you develop habits to stay on track, avoid being overwhelmed, and have a successful career AND personal life.
- Tallia Hart, ACE, Irvine (CA) Chamber
- Lisa Krueger, ACE, Lake Havasu Area (AZ) Chamber
Registration for entire 4 part series: $180 members/$330 non-members (Entire Series Registration Deadline: September 4th at 12 p.m.)
Registration for individual webinars: $110 members/$150 non-members
NOTE: Registration fees will provide access to the webinar via one phone line and computer work station. If additional staff members or other users dial in from separate work stations, they will be billed according to the above-mentioned fees.
All webinars are from 10 a.m.–11 a.m. Pacific Time. Dial-in and login information will be e-mailed to all registered participants prior to each webinar.
**A $10 late fee will be charged for registrations made within 10 working days of the webinar.