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Where Do We Go From Here? Post-Covid Membership presented by Cathi Hight
5/24/2022
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2022 IACCE Fall Conference Member Registration
11/2/2022 - 11/4/2022
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2022 IACCE Fall Conference Non-member Registration
11/2/2022 - 11/4/2022
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Events in the month of May 2022


Sunday, May 1, 2022
IACCE offers one partial scholarship to attend ACCE's convention to be held July 26-29 in Indianopolis.

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Monday, May 2, 2022
If this pandemic year has taught us anything, it’s that we both need a plan and the ability to execute that plan in a flexible manner. Do you plan for your chamber’s sponsorship success? If you aren’t reviewing your sponsorships and your strategic plan together every year, you’re missing an opportunity to plan for greater success.  Discover ways to develop a non-dues revenue portfolio your members will see as an investment – in their businesses, the chamber, and the community. 

This webinar is presented by Jason Ebey, YGM Total Resource Campaigns 
www.ygmtrc.com

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Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Are you a catalytic leader? Interested in driving change for your chamber and your community? Even if you aren’t the CEO (but think like one), join us in Bloomington May 17 for a roundtable discussion focusing on utilizing ACCE’s Horizon Initiative core areas. Let’s utilize your collective wisdom to inspire ideas to move our chambers and communities forward in a post-pandemic environment.

 

We will also hear from Joshua Gunn, President & CEO, Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce and ACCE Board Member who will share the stories of chambers around the country doing great work for their communities. 


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Tuesday, May 24, 2022
Join us for this webinar with noted membership speaker Cathi Hight 
  • Are chambers seeing an increase in membership?
  • How can we influence more members to be engaged?
  • What is the next big idea for investor models?
Get a Pulse on Membership Trends
Even before the pandemic, engaging a higher percentage of members was a challenge due to diverse interests and needs, busy schedules, and meeting ROI expectations. The pandemic disrupted business and the chamber operating model, impacted the livelihood for people, and changed expectations to engage. Your chamber leadership must consider how to navigate a new landscape and develop a sustainable revenue model that appeals to the next generation of members.
Join Cathi Hight and other IACCE peers in the upcoming webinar to explore:
  • The different motivations to join, engage, and renew.
  • How member personas can appeal to different audiences and deliver value.
  • Changing trends in investor models that foster positive community outcomes, provides money for your mission, and increases community engagement.

About Cathi Hight, Hight Performance Group.
Cathi is President of the Hight Performance Group based in Austin, TX, an organizational development firm that helps develop healthy organizations to manage constant change, develop customer loyalty, and “work smarter, not harder.” Cathi facilitates strategic planning, develops investor models and strategies, and helps leaders navigate trends and prepare for the future.

Cathi is recognized for her work with member-based organizations and is the creator of The Member Retention KitA New Approach to Tiered Membership, and the Work Smarter, Not Harder program. She has presented at many state and national conferences for associations and chambers of commerce and has been an instructor for Institute for Organization Management (IOM) since 2004.


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