State of the Arvada Chamber of Commerce

A look back at the 2107 year

Posted 12/21/17

Interactions, connections and participation were the focus of highlights at the Arvada Chamber of Commerce State of the Chamber lunch Dec. 13 held at the Lamar Street Center. Here's a look at some of …

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State of the Arvada Chamber of Commerce

A look back at the 2107 year

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Interactions, connections and participation were the focus of highlights at the Arvada Chamber of Commerce State of the Chamber lunch Dec. 13 held at the Lamar Street Center. Here's a look at some of what the chamber considers wins and growth opportunities for 2018.

2017 by the numbers

130 new members joined the chamber

214 members engaged in chamber programs

400 members attended events

750 connection made

400 engagement meetings

65,000 website visits

900 mentions of members

2 percent increase of total revenue

Top wins for 2017

The Arvada Chamber was recognized with the Leadership Award and various awards from the Colorado Chamber of Commerce Executives for member growth this year.

National connections were made by Arvada Chamber of Commerce President Kami Welch, who completed the talent pipeline program with the United States Chamber of Commerce and has been asked to serve on the Western Association of Chamber Board of Directors.

There was a spike in member attendance at quarterly events.

The chamber put an emphasis of marketing and branding.

Program attendance increased from 175 to 214 for the year.

Biggest growth opportunities for 2018

The board sees a great opportunity to grow the conversation and engagement. at the Third Friday Breakfast series.

Creating membership diversity.

Arvada Works — a a talent pipeline modeled after the national program, which will offer solutions for talent issues.

Growth of the Taste of Arvada. The board is evaluating opportunities to include more attendance for the sold out event.

Leadership opportunities such as Leadership Arvada.

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