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Chamber of Commerce Executive Portrait

Creating the Chamber of Commerce Executive Portrait for Membership Development. High impact portraiture designed to make an impression!

Chamber of Commerce Executive Portrait

Emily Manz, the new Director of Programing and Communications for the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce, stopped by the other day to get her official Chamber portrait at the studio.

In keeping with past chamber photo sessions, we went with a clean, simple headshot set up to avoid distractions and give her image a high impact when used with her various marketing tools. We worked for about a half an hour and ended up with several great images that will help her connect with the current membership and potential future members.

The NVCC has been a great resource to network with my fellow local business leaders and to find solutions for my business ,as well as for me to provide my services to them. It’s an often overlooked way to meet people and promote your company.

Chambers of Commerce exist to help promote the interests of their member businesses. This may mean working with government entities and other organizations as well as hosting events where chamber members can mingle and network with other members.

Our chamber also has seminars, run by Winning Inc partner (and past headshot client), Kevin Hallinan, to help you network more effectively and easily. He is also an amazingly effective sales trainer. Look him up!

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