CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Formed in 1916 to enhance the professional development of local chamber executives and professional staff, ICCE continues as the first stop for reaching the business community of Iowa. Innovation with economic development, entrepreneurs and job creation is critical to the growth of local communities. ICCE’s leadership and staff work daily to prepare the local chambers and business leaders to meet the changing demands on our local communities. Improving local communities strengthens Iowa.
Through networking, communication and education ICCE will focus on growing chamber professionals. Local chambers of commerce serve as the catalyst to business growth. They are a link and a convener of decision makers and community leaders. As the statewide coalition of local chambers, ICCE will expose our membership to cutting edge, creative and usable ideas that enhance local chamber management. Focused on volunteer management, revenue, legislation, economic development, events and volunteer relations, local chambers will take the information on trends and best practices and apply them to their local communities. ICCE is governed by a Board of Directors that oversees the management of the organization.
Hosted by: Centerville/Rathbun Chamber of Commerce
Location: Honey Creek Resort
More information to follow
HOTEL RESERVATIONS: Contact Honey Creek Resort for Hotel reservations at 1-866-797-5308, Group Code – IACHAMBER, or book online. Cost per night is $99.00. Deadline is August 19th.
GOLF RESERVATIONS: If you want to make reservations to play golf, call 1-641-724-1400. ICCE cost is $50.00 for 18 holes, includes cart. Get your foursome together and make your reservations
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: As mentioned earlier volunteer opportunities are available for the 2018 ACCE Conference set for July 17-20 in Greater Des Moines. The ACCE Annual Conference is the naiton's largest annual gathering of people who work for and with Chamber of Commerce. We are lucky to have Des Moines serve as host with more than 1,000 influencers from around the country and world in attendance. To learn more about volunteering see the link below. It would be great to have many of our ICCE members volunteer to welcome those attending.
One of the highest ranking areas of the ICCE programming survey was to deliver webinars and training. We are offering you a new webinar series from industry expert Cathi Hight to show you the most relevant and impactful information for your chamber.
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