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Title: ACCE Tele-Town Hall Meeting Mega-Trends for chambers 2011


1
ACCE Tele-Town Hall Meeting Mega-Trends for
chambers 2011
  • Mick Fleming, President
  • March 31, 2011

2
da Plane Boss, The Plane
  • IA, AZ, SC, MO, CA, MS, FL, PA, NJ, NC, TX, CO,
    IN, NY
  • Its about more than collecting post cards.

3
First, the commercials
  • Convention 2011 Los Angeles ACCESS!
  • The Plan the Campaign
  • Building the Information Office
  • Clearinghouse
  • Social Media Groups
  • New Opportunity Partnerships thru ACCE
  • Free, no-obligation retirement plan
    evaluation/comparison

4
The Regular Trends . . . Yes, they still
matter
  • Balancing Budgets
  • Membership
  • Policy Priorities
  • Event Design Attendance
  • Sponsorship
  • Political Landmines
  • Media Relations
  • Social Medias Rocky Advance
  • Economic Development Methods Results

5
Today, Grand Observations (and Gross
Generalizations)
  • The Context
  • COG The Policy Debate of Our Generation
  • Government In the Economy
  • International Influence
  • Demographics
  • The Work
  • The Volunteers Are Back . . . Is The Good?
  • Impatience Turnover
  • The Business Model
  • Money Politics
  • Communications Revolution

6
The Cost of Government
  • State Budget Train wrecks
  • Collective Bargaining
  • Federal Deficit Posturing
  • Citizen Interest Group Expectations
  • Specific Issues as Thru COG Lens
  • Immigration
  • Energy Environment
  • Healthcare
  • Business Taxes
  • Econ Dev Incentives
  • War Diplomacy

The Context
7
Government In the Economy
  • Every major project is public-private
  • Governments (and quasi) as largest employers in
    MOST communities
  • Government as largest customer
  • Selecting winners and losers through TARP, but
    also every day (green, BRAC, etc)

The Context
8
International Influence
  • EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED
  • Japanese retirees own our bonds
  • Brazilians are buying up Miami condos
  • North African oil Egyptian cotton supplies
  • Largest US trading block is EU
  • Global TV market for NFL part of negotiations

The Context
9
Demographics
  • Pyramids and rectangles
  • Millennial issue
  • Boomers arent going away
  • Boards Too white? Too old? Too dull?

The Context
10
Mega trends The work
11
Volunteers Return
  • Relationship between vols and pros still changing
    ways they are playing is different
  • Recession, local economies, urgency of policy
    action and organizational struggles have has
    brought volunteers back
  • Re-engagement a good thing . . . I think

The Work
12
Impatience At All Levels
  • Members impatient for relevant programs
  • Boards impatient with pace of org progress
  • Staffs impatient with unavailable volunteers
  • Pols impatient with slow chamber consensus
  • Sponsors impatient with slow ROI

The Work
13
Money and Politics
  • Soft money national money playing at
    state/local levels chambers in the middle
  • Posturing by local pols who have ambitions
  • Open source fundraising can make many others more
    influential than the chamber

The Work
14
Communications Revolution
  • Long Tail theory more at play than ever
  • Newspaper desperation for readers
  • Biz Journal morphing affecting your program
  • Open-source world and Chamber exclusivity
  • Social media limitations more evident

The Work
15
Chamber Business Model
  • Membership numbers level off Is that enough?
  • Health plans in the long term
  • Campaign/pledge style funding (deliverables)
  • The Exclusivity thing
  • The Work thing
  • Exceptional funding becoming normal
  • M A options on the table

The Work
16
The message
  • If it aint broke, break it?
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