Chamber/Bureau members receive new benefit
As of the first of September, members of the Park City Chamber/Bureau have Business Intelligence and they get more every month.
The Chamber/Bureau secured the rights to the monthly business publication, the Business Intelligence Report, and will send it monthly by email at the first of every month.
The publication, which is put together by DBH Communications, is meant to keep business owners and managers up to date on current business trends and news. It will also discuss strategies and tips for becoming more efficient.
The report is a one-page summary that is not only meant to be a quick read, but also a valuable one.
According to Kristen Carpenter, membership director at the Chamber/Bureau, "The Business Intelligence Report is a nationally distributed, quick-read resource that provides business professionals with the latest strategies, trends, news and tips for running their businesses more effectively."
Each issue contains information in areas such a marketing, management, finance and technology, with news and trends to keep members aware of the changing business climate.
There is also a strategy column that offers ideas that readers relate to their needs and business.
DBH Communications analyzes current information from more than 150 different sources to create the report in order to keep members aware of business news and trends that affect businesses across the country.
The company conducts regular surveys to find out what business owners want to know, then they research and write according to what meets the needs of their readers but cutting out the ‘editorial fluff’ and focusing on news, says DBH Communications’ Web site.
The report is written for members of chambers of commerce throughout America, which allows them to target the trend-conscious business owners from Maine to California.
There are sponsorship opportunities available for the Business Intelligence Report as well. Sponsors benefits include the ability to target top decision makers with a message, link the sponsorship banner to the business’ Web site and placement on the page so readers can’t miss the sponsor’s name.
Contact Kristen Carpenter for more information at 658-9602 or by email at email@example.com.
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