The Eau Claire Chamber of Commerce offers low-cost training to all Chamber members and their employees. The Chamber’s training programs cover topics including customer service, technology, marketing, sales, human resources, workforce, management development, and a variety of leadership and professional development. The schedule of seminars is kept updated on our website and marketed through The Update, the Chamber’s e-newsletter. Visit the Calendar of Events for a complete list of Chamber seminars and events.
HOMEPAGE: A Marketing & Social Media Experience
Formerly the Marketing & Social Media Conference, HOMEPAGE is now a three-day experience built for you to learn the latest from marketing and social media influencers who have real experience to share.
Human Resource Conference
This conference is specifically geared toward human resource professionals, small business owners, and managers. The conference provides a variety of sessions to keep the HR professional or business owner in the know about key issues affecting the workforce.
MOMENTUM Sales Conference
Are you a sales professional, manager, or entrepreneur that is looking for some of the best practices, tips, and techniques in a collaborative atmosphere? MOMENTUM is just that! Come learn with like-minded individuals and explore new avenues in the world of sales.
Women's Golf Workshop
Do you feel like you are missing out on key business opportunities because you don’t golf and feel too intimidated to participate in one of the many community golf events held each year? More and more women are recognizing the value of golf as a networking tool. This workshop offers a fun, interactive afternoon that will provide you with everything you need to know to empower you to get out of the office and do business on the golf course instead.
Working Mothers Luncheon
This event is an opportunity for Chippewa Valley's working mothers to gather virtually to laugh, learn, and be inspired by a local keynote speaker.
Request for Proposal Process
All Chamber conference breakout and keynote sessions are selected by Chamber staff and chosen based on the following criteria:
Relevant topics to the conference
Attendee feedback via post-event survey
Chamber Investors who submit Request for Proposals (RFPs) are given priority
All speakers who have submitted sessions are notified via email if the RFP has been accepted or declined.
Sessions that are not chosen are considered for other speaking engagements throughout the year as they pertain to the event.