The Chamber has additional ways for you to maximize your membership, aside from our traditional events and programming. Since your organization is a member of the Chamber, that means any and all of your employees can participate in the Chamber’s offerings.
The Chamber offers four drop-in committees which include:
- Government Affairs and Economic Development Committee
- Community Action Committee
- Sustainability Committee
- Education and Workforce Development Committee
The Chamber also has dedicated groups to build referrals amongst our members called the LeadShare Networking Group. We have three groups that meet twice a month and look to provide warm referrals and other introductions to members of the group. This is another free benefit of membership, however, members of the group are limited to one vertical industry per member.
The LeadShare Networking Group is a great way to hone your pitch on what makes a good referral for you, develop a deeper tie with the other members of the group, and have the opportunity to give a longer spotlight presentation to the group. This really arms the other members of the group with an easy way to generate new leads from their existing network and pass on potential new clients. Since we want relationships to be formed and long-lasting, the LeadShare Networking Groups do have an attendance requirement that we ask all members to adhere to.
To get more information on either the Committees or LeadShares, please reach out to our Membership Engagement Manager, Will Mulligan at email@example.com or (703) 525-2400. Anyone from your team can be added to the various committees, and should a seat be open in your industry to one of our LeadShare groups as well.