New Professional Orientation – March 18, 2020
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For professionals new to the industry, new to their position, or new to Michigan, this program will establish a new network of seasoned professionals for support and resources, provide a foundation for good practices, and reinforce professional
development in the Chamber world. $69/person, Lansing. 10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m.

Chamber Day at the Capitol – May 21, 2020
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This event is geared toward Chamber professionals and their volunteer leaders for an opportunity to hear from public officials, leadership from the Michigan Chamber and State Senators and Representatives on what is happening legislatively around the state. You will also have the opportunity to meet with your local representative. $49/person, 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Small Chamber Summit – May 21, 2020
This program focuses on best practices and emerging issues for chambers with budgets less than $200,000. Takeaways include networking with other small chambers, resources, cost saving tools and creative ideas for new or emerging programs.
This is directly following Chamber Day at the Capitol in Lansing. $69*/person, 1:30 p.m.– 4:30 p.m.

CEO Summit – June 4 & 5, 2020
Exclusive to CEOs from the 50 largest organizations, this roundtable provides statewide networking and best practices for mid-size and large chambers of commerce.  Evening reception included. Detroit, $269/person

Chamber Convention & Annual Dinner – October 21, 22 & 23, 2020
Joint programming for chamber CEOs, staff, ambassadors and board members. Recognize outstanding chamber performance, share best practices from around the state, network and meet with vendors to help chambers succeed!
Grand Rapids

 

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Past Events

Board Training
Learn key takeaways on how to successfully build a Board of Directors who will support your Chamber and be effective. This seminar will touch on everything from regulations to delegation, conflicts of interests and compensation. 

New Professionals Orientation
For professionals new to the industry, new to their position, or new to Michigan, this program will establish a new network of seasoned professionals for support and resources, provide a foundation for good practices, and reinforce professional development in the Chamber world.

Small Chamber Summit
Specifically for small chambers of commerce, this program will focus on best practices and emerging issues for chambers with budgets less than $200,000 and two full time staff members or less. Takeaways include networking with other small chambers, resources and templates for programming, cost saving tools and creative ideas for enhancing or introducing new programs to your members.

CEO Summit
Exclusive to CEOs from the 50 largest organizations, this roundtable provides statewide networking and best practices for mid-size and large chambers of commerce. Tee times available for foursomes. Evening reception included.