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In marketing circles there is a lot of talk about personas. But what are they and how can chamber member marketing personas help your chamber? We have the answers in the first of this two-part series.

Innovation can have a powerful impact on your community. But how do you build a culture of innovation at your chamber? We have a few ideas.

If you want to attract younger people to chamber membership, one of the easiest ways to do this is by first becoming an employer of choice for them. Here's how:

Have a chamber position you need to fill but you don't have time to write the chamber job description? Check out these tips and template examples.

As the search for chamber relevance evolves, it's essential for chambers of commerce to cultivate a new generation of leaders who can carry forward the mission and vision. That's where mentorship comes in.

Taking a line from the Peace Corp, "It's the toughest job you'll ever love." Here's how to thrive as a chamber pro.

Being a chamber pro is tough. It can mean grueling hours and a test for even the most emotionally intelligent person. If you have struggled recently, we have some suggestions to get your passion back for the job.

Want to advance your career, have more time in your day, and/or accomplish more of your goals? Then you need to be more consistent in your approach. Here’s why consistency is important and how to achieve it.

As chamber pros, productivity and time are your secret weapons. You need time to launch the initiatives you want and to meet your goals. But without a productive use of that time, it doesn’t matter how much you have of it. You need both to be successful in your goals.


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