As I travel across the state, I have a strong sense that organizations of all types and sizes want to work together for a better tomorrow. Especially our chambers of commerce.
Competition is being replaced by the word collaboration. More and more, the chambers exchange information and best practices. They meet together rather than behind closed doors.
Our chambers exchange best practices, provide members cost savings and sponsor events that invigorate their regions. Can our cities learn something from the way our chambers function to make great things happen? Will cities continue to try to share services and reduce expenses?
– Edward Stevens, Stevens Strategic Communications