Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President

Direct activities to promote business and development in the community.

What does a Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President do?

Directs activities of chamber of commerce to promote business, industrial and job development, and civic improvements in community: Administers programs of departments and committees which perform such functions as providing members economic and marketing information, promoting economic growth and stability in community, and counseling business organizations and industry on problems affecting local economy. Coordinates work with that of other community agencies to provide public services. Writes and gives speeches to government, and business organizations to create greater understanding between community, government, and business organizations. Prepares and submits annual budget to elected official for approval. Studies governmental legislation, taxation, and other fiscal matters to determine effect on community interests, and makes recommendations based on organizational policy.