The annual Leadership Visits are a wonderful opportunity for Chamber members and community leaders to discuss ideas to improve our community. We have seen exciting results from past trips, such as the High School 2.0 collaboration that Columbia Public Schools and Moberly Area Community College announced earlier this month for participating students to earn an … Continued
Category: Leadership Visit
Last month, 70 representatives of Columbia-area businesses, public entities, higher education and more joined the Chamber for a Leadership Visit to Tuscaloosa, AL. A breadth of topics were covered over the three day trip, but a few of the exchanges that rose to the top among participants included a presentation from Mayor Walt Maddox, a tour … Continued
Chamber leaders share takeaways from Tuscaloosa leadership visit.
Chamber delegation visits the Mercedes-Benz assembly plant, Bryant-Denny Stadium, and the President’s Mansion.
Tuscaloosa implements plan to move from retail to experienced-based economy.
Chamber members tour The Edge, Tuscaloosa’s home for innovation and collaboration.
Around 8:00 a.m. tomorrow, more than 60 members of Columbia’s Chamber of Commerce will board a plane for Tuscaloosa for their annual leadership visit.
Registration for the annual Leadership Visit opened on May 15 and less than 20 seats remain. This year’s visit will take place in Tuscaloosa from September 10-12 for 70 leaders in the business, civic, nonprofit, education and wider community from Columbia and Boone County. Specific sessions are being developed now, and may include topics of … Continued
Join 70 business and community leaders from September 10-12 for Leadership Visit 2019 to Tuscaloosa, AL. One of the Chamber’s rapidly growing programs, the Leadership Visit is an opportunity to join with other Columbia and Boone County leaders to explore topics of community significance in a comparable city, with the goal of bringing back positive … Continued
The Chamber is conducting its fifth annual community Leadership Visit to learn from a peer city; this year heading to Michigan to dialogue with leaders from Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County. A total of 71 Chamber member businesses, as well as civic, nonprofit, education, and other local leaders will participate in the visit September 11-13. … Continued