Membership Brochure | Salt Lake Chamber

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The Membership Brochure detailing what membership in the Salt Lake Chamber entails and the different perks of different levels of membership.

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Membership Brochure | Salt Lake Chamber

  1. 1. Membership S L C H A M B E R . c o m U t a h ' s b u s i n e s s l e a d e r Salt Lake Chamber
  2. 2. Networking Events & Programs T he Salt Lake Chamber annually presents and sponsors more than 150 events that highlight and benefit Utah’s business community. Take advantage of these opportunities to cultivate community leaders and expand company recognition. n Business After Hours n Breakfast with the Board n Member Orientation n Small Business Golf Tournament n Great Salt Lake Business Expo n Women in Business Summer Social n Business Women's Forum n Legislative Reception n Giant In Our City n Classic Golf Tournament n Annual Meeting & Awards Luncheon n Leadership Utah n Women & Business Conference n Small Business Forum n President’s Ambassadors Public Policy T he Salt Lake Chamber drives business-led public policy initiatives on a federal, state and local level. Business leaders across the state gather to contribute their ideas that advance public dialogue on key policy issues. Members can participate in any number of engaging working groups to strengthen Utah’s business environment. Specific issues and topics include: n Economic Development n Education n Transportation n Clean Air n Water n Outdoor Recreation & Tourism n Energy & Minerals n Health Care Reform n Small Business n Downtown n International n Military Affairs n Capitol Club n Immigration T he Salt Lake Chamber is Utah's largest business association and Utah's business leader. We stand as the voice of business, support our members' success and champion community prosperity. As a statewide chamber of commerce, we represent more than 8,000 businesses which employ nearly half the workforce of our state. We are a capital city chamber with a statewide mission and reach. The Chamber has members in all 29 Utah counties, as well as 14 surrounding states and Washington, D.C. Nearly 80 percent of our membership is comprised of small businesses. We have two strategic partners: the Downtown Alliance and World Trade Center Utah. Currently, we have formal partnerships with 28 other chambers of commerce and business associations. The Salt Lake Chamber also has a formalized relationship with the World Bank Group and the International Development Bank to act as the Intermountain West region's Private Sector Liaison Officer, and has signed memorandums of agreement with 16 international chambers in Japan, Peru, the U.K., Mexico, China, Italy and more. “The Chamber has an impact on businesses of all sizes.” –Maxine Turner, Cuisine Unlimited “The Salt Lake Chamber fills an essential role in our community as the voice of business on public policy issues. Unlike single industry associations, the Chamber gives a voice to broad-based business issues in the community and on the Hill.” –A. Richard Walje, Policy Chair, Salt Lake Chamber, Executive Board President & CEO, Rocky Mountain Power The Chamber would not exist without the dedication and support of our community and business leaders. With a history that dates back to 1887, our membership and influence continues to grow. Working as a team along with our strategic partners, the Downtown Alliance and World Trade Center Utah, we have fortified one of the strongest economies in the nation. An engaged business community is capable of accomplishing great things. We work earnestly to promote an exceptional statewide business climate and we could not do it without your help. We look forward to helping your business thrive in future membership with the Salt Lake Chamber. Lane Beattie, President and CEO *Membership level requirement and/or fees may apply. S L C H A M B E R . c o m
  3. 3. Employee Development T he Salt Lake Chamber offers multiple opportunities for your employees to get involved. Employees can participate in programs, committees as well as the Business Essentials Training Series designed to help organizations operate smarter and more efficiently. Make the most of your membership investment by engaging your entire team. n Educational Seminars n Round Table and Panel Discussions n Chamber University n Opportunities to submit presenter applications n Networking n Business Women's Forum n Policy and Event Committees and Task Forces n Capitol Club n Leadership Utah B ecome part of the Chamber community to expand your reach and develop your brand. There are multiple opportunities to contribute each year. Team up with our community partners to sponsor a variety of events ranging from Business After Hours to our most prestigious event, Giant In Our City. T he Downtown Alliance is a strategic partner of the Chamber and is dedicated to building a dynamic and diverse community that is the regional center for culture, commerce and entertainment. Our vision is a downtown embraced by visitors and residents throughout the Intermountain West. The Downtown Alliance promotes public and private partnerships that spur urban growth and economic activity in Salt Lake City’s Central Business District. The 35 blocks within our boundaries are the region’s central business, arts, culture and entertainment districts. Established in 1991, the Downtown Alliance is partially funded through special assessment on commercial property. The organization's $2 million annual budget is comprised of one-third special assessment funds and two-thirds private funding from events, sponsorships and cooperative marketing. Downtown Alliance StrategicPartners “By starting the Downtown Rising movement and its partnership with the Downtown Alliance, the Salt Lake Chamber is helping to build an amazing urban center that benefits our whole region.” –Vasilios Priskos, InterNet Properties Community & Branding “The Chamber has a clear mission. Only the Chamber can stand up for the broad-based needs of the community.” –Brent Low, MediaOne of Utah S L C H A M B E R . c o m
  4. 4. One-On-One Business Consultation Business Essentials Training & Seminars Networking Events and Mentoring Opportunities T he World Trade Center Utah (WTC Utah) is a licensed and certified member of the World Trade Centers Association headquartered in New York City. The mission of WTC Utah is to guide Utah companies into profitable global markets. WTC Utah builds Utah’s international community by offering signature services: assessment of a company’s current global position or international strategy, education in the form of seminars and workshops to help develop global strategy, connections through the World Trade Center network and co-hosted local events to help in executing global strategy. S L C H A M B E R . c o m Women’s Business Center The Salt Lake Chamber offers various levels of annual membership to fit businesses of all types and sizes. Join the Chamber to strengthen your business and contribute to Utah's vibrant community and growing economy. Basic ($500-900) New Member Orientation Listing in Chamber Directory with a link to your website Subscription to Chamber Connection email newsletters Two free passes to first Business After Hours (BAH) Community Calendar access Member Discount Program Utah Business Report 3-year subscription to Utah Business Magazine Executive ($1,000) Participate on select committees Complimentary admission for two to each BAH Admission for two to Annual Legislative Reception Present in Business Essentials Training Series (WBC) Bronze ($3,000) Increased number of mailing recipients for Chamber materials Invitation to exclusive Circle Level events Unlimited access to networking events One free membership to Business Women’s Forum Silver ($6,500) Onsite orientation (optional) Recognition as a Supporting Sponsor at a Chamber event, $2,500 Value (excluding Giant In Our City) Ability to attend meetings with foreign dignitaries and VIP guests Access to high profile Chamber and community events Unlimited admission to the Annual Legislative Reception Two free memberships to the Business Women’s Forum Gold ($10,000+) Invitation to join the Chamber Board of Governors Corporate profile and highlight at Chamber Board of Governors meeting Opportunity to join and host exclusive CEO Roundtables Prominent access to Chamber executive team Annual orientation and review from Chamber staff Three free memberships to the Business Women’s Forum PRESIDENTIAL ($20,000) Opportunity to choose from an à la carte sponsorship and advertising menu CHAIRMAN ($50,000) Pre-selection of sponsorship opportunities Guaranteed spot in each Leadership Utah class Special promotion on printed Chamber materials Membership “The Chamber has done a great job partnering up with the World Trade Center of Utah and GOED to helping drive additional revenue to companies by introducing them to new international markets that are profitable and growing.” –Al Manbeian, GPS Capital Markets T he Salt Lake Chamber Women’s Business Center (WBC) is one of a national network of nearly 100 centers supported by the US Small Business Administration (SBA) and is “designed to assist women in starting and growing small businesses.” However, unlike many other centers, the WBC operates as a separate nonprofit organization within the Salt Lake Chamber, allowing it access to a unique set of tools and resources to aid entrepreneurs. The WBC provides a platform of business development and job creation in Utah by delivering quality and applicable entrepreneurial consulting, professional training and premier networking opportunities. Call 801.364.3631 or visit us at slchamber.comJOIN now! 175 E. University Blvd. (400 S.) Suite 600 I Salt Lake City, Utah 84111 I 801.364.3631 I slchamber.com S L C H A M B E R . c o m

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