You joined PACC. That’s great. We’re in the process of putting together events and programs so our members can network and make the right connections. However, you need to do your part, so here are some tips on making the most of your PACC Membership.
Fill Out Your Profile
The first step in getting new business is letting people know you exist. No one knows your business better than you. By taking a few moments to do that, your business will become searchable to those who are looking for your products or services. To log in, go to http://pacccertified.com/wplogin. If you need help, please contact, [email protected]
Check Your Email for PACC Event Alerts
As PACC is constantly growing and creating new partnerships, we’ll be adding lots of events you won’t want to miss. Part of your membership includes weekly emails that gives you access to members-only events with a link to the calendar for easy registration.
Attend Events Regularly
People like to do business with people they know and trust. That’s why PACC fully vets each person before receiving membership. We have established a regular monthly morning chapter meeting, an evening Business Huddle, and special events to give members opportunities to introduce themselves and to network. Taking the time to attend the events and meet other members will go a long way in establishing those important business relationships.
Get to Know Your Chapter’s Executive Team
Every chapter has an Executive Team who will be working hard to ensure that members are getting the biggest value from their memberships. They are in charge of coordinating events, member outreach, establishing strategic partnerships, etc. It’s your chapter, if you have a suggestion, let them know.
If Possible, Take on a Leadership Role
Having a dedicated Executive Team who understands PACC’s mission and vision will help grow the chapter. The Executive Team is appointed by PACC Corporate on a yearly basis. As you get more involved with your chapter and engaging other members, you will get better insight on what its specific needs are. If you have the time, consider volunteering at chapter events. That way, you will get a better idea if a leadership role is right for you.