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Resources, Products & Services

WCCE offers a variety of resources, products and services to help chamber professionals with their day-to-day operations. Staying informed with peer surveys, economic reports, sample documents, job openings and more will help you to be more effective and impactful with your work.

Email List

Known as the listserv, subscribing members are linked to each other through a common email address. The service allows members to post messages, offering insight on some of today’s toughest issues.



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Starting and Growing a Chamber Guide

Chambers of commerce play an important role by fostering strong economies that enable employers to grow, thrive and strengthen their communities. This guide addresses the most frequently asked startup questions, provides a wide array of resources, and describes how an interested, well-organized group can create a climate for growth and success in the community.

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Wisconsin 2035

Wisconsin 2035 is an economic blueprint for the state to be successful. The state is likely to change in many ways over 15 years. To ensure sustained economic growth, Wisconsin cannot sit back and watch as other states pass it by. The Badger State must take bold action to erase the stigma of being the best kept secret in the Midwest, and it must once again become a leader on reform.

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Find a Chamber

The complete listing of Local Chambers of Commerce Directory is available online.

Reference Library

The WCCE online reference library was created to share information. This library includes samples of information collected and made available for chamber professionals to access and use as needed, such as job descriptions, bylaws, personnel forms, toolkits and much more.
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Much like any industry, it is crucial for local chambers to benchmark themselves against their peers to be successful. With participation from Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wisconsin, this study provides best pracitices for organization structure and function, governance, membership, communications, events, financials and more. This report is available on odd-numbered years. For a copy of the 2017 report, contact Susan Nyffenegger at (608) 258-3400.

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Each September, WMC – the state chamber – and local chambers celebrate Chamber of Commerce Month to highlight the crucial role they play in communities across the state. Wisconsin’s 265 local chambers help strengthen Wisconsin’s economy through advocacy, education and economic development. In addition, these chambers promote tourism, business-focused programming and community events on a regular basis.

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Job Postings

An online bulletin board of current local chamber of commerce job postings.
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Susan Nyffenegger

Questions about Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce Executives?

Contact Susan Nyffenegger  Senior Executive Assistant, WMC.


Speakers Bureau

WMC has professional staff available to speak to your membership on various topics. If you don’t see what you’re looking for here, call Susan Nyffenegger to discuss additional possibilities, (608) 258-3400.