We’re back!

The Michigan Association of Chamber Professionals invites chamber executives and staff to attend “Chamber Resilience: Reconnect, Refresh and Recharge,” the return of MACP’s annual conference. Dust off your face-to-face networking skills to join colleagues from across the state for professional development, benchmarking and celebrating chambers of commerce surviving a pandemic.


The planning committee has been hard at work planning for this year, and there are quite a few changes, and all the favorites too.  A couple of the highlights include:

  • This year is for Chamber staff only- the Ambassador component has been removed.
  • A dedicated day to Reconnect- come Wednesday ready to network.  Plan a round of golf, book some time at the spa or a drink on the patio and reconnect with peers
  • Like many of you, we’re going back to the basics and are really creating a “pick-your-own-path” kind of conference.  You’ll have 16 different table topics to choose from on Thursday, along with three dynamo panel conversations.  (Keep reading below for the full agenda)

Please note every individual is responsible for making their own room reservation. We have a room block reserved at a discounted rate, on a first come first serve basis. To reserve your room at Crystal Mountain, please call (855) 520-2974, with Group #46A9F7. or Click Here


Noon **Come early, golf, go the spa, hike, connect with your peers**
3 pm Wellness Walk
5 pm Registration Opens
6 pm Kickoff Reception and Dinner
8 pm After Hours Reception
9 am Breakfast Panel
10 am Roundtable Breakouts
Noon Lunch Panel
2 pm Roundtable Breakouts
4 pm Afternoon Panel
6 pm Cocktail Reception
7 pm Dinner
9 am MACP Awards Breakfast
10 am 60 ideas in 60 minutes
11 am Closing Remarks
11:30 Conference closes
Many thanks to our sponsors:



For general questions and inquiries regarding the conference, you may contact:

Erin Bemis at erin@erinbemis.com or (231) 675-6498.    -OR-    Stephanie Young at syoung@michamber.com or (616) 540-8881.

*Attendees should follow all CDC Covid-19 safety guidelines*