Business After Hours - August
Wednesday, August 12, 2015, 5:00 pm through Wednesday, August 12, 2015, 7:00 pm
Business After Hours is the premiere networking event for business professionals in the Billings’ area. It is held on the second Wednesday of each month from 5 – 7 p.m and the cost to attend is just $8. This two hour time frame gives you the opportunity to discuss and share ideas while learning about other local businesses. It is a relationship-building experience held in a relaxed setting that benefits you and your company through added contacts and resources.
Stay for 20 minutes or enjoy the full two hours. Get out there! Give people the chance to get to know you so they will want to do business with you. Support Billings business and support your Billings Chamber.
$8 includes two complimentary drink tickets, hors d’oeuvres and great conversations! Don’t forget your business cards!
Frequently attending Business After Hours? Consider a VIP Card, now available for $60. Cards offer 10 punches, a savings of $20.
Call 245-4111 for more information
Wednesday, August 19, 2015, 5:00 pm through Wednesday, August 19, 2015, 7:00 pm
Join us for a kick-off event as we embark on year two of NextGen! We’ll meet at Tiny’s on the patio from 5 – 7 p.m. for networking, with a short program at 6pm to celebrate our first year and see what the next. There is no charge to attend, but please RSVP as your first drink is FREE courtesy of Tiny’s and NextGen. Enjoy complimentary appetizers while you network. Food, fun, and prizes!
Saturday, August 22, 2015, 4:00 pm through Saturday, August 22, 2015, 9:00 pm
The NextGen Trolley Golf starts at Better To Gather at 2404 Montana Ave at 4:00pm. (doors open at 3:30pm).
At our starting location the game will be fully explained & teams of two will be designated. We'll load up and start a tour around Billings, including stops like Uberbrew, Swords Rimrock Park, the Red Door and more! Plus there will be fun games between stops.
Make sure to dress in your finest Scottish golfing attire (anything in plaid or argyle will do). We've got fabulous games planned that will help us all get to know each other better. We will also keep score at each "hole" and have prizes for the winners. Proper Pub Golf attire is more then encouraged it's rewarded! For inspiration think Outkast video "Heya" for what to wear. Remember that you earn 5 stroke credit if you dress up or a 5 stroke penalty if you do not!??
The night ends downtown at approximately 9pm with rides home available if needed.
Cover charge is $10 until August 15th. Prepayment required. Cost goes up to $15 after August 15th, so register early and save money!
Your cover fee includes: Trolley transportation with snacks and drinks on-board, games & what you need to play. While drinking fun is encouraged it is NOT mandatory, other game alternatives are available at every stop.
Plan to bring your cell phone, a valid state ID, wallet & cash for drinking fun. Please bring a couple of bucks to tip the driver, too!
Billings Chamber Annual Meeting
Wednesday, September 16, 2015, 10:00 am through Wednesday, September 16, 2015, 7:00 pm
In 1993 the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce along with City Officials worked together to find the answer on how to fund a common problem across the country: Infrastructure. Their collaboration turned into a pioneering effort, being the first city to take a capital improvement plan to the voters. MAPS (Metropolitan Area Projects) was approved in 1993. Twenty-two years after the initial inception, three voter approved extension have occurred and nine projects have been funded.
Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Roy H. Williams Chamber leaders in 1889 dreamed of creating a city from a tent-community and made their dreams come true through hard work and dedication. Today, the pioneering spirit of the early day leaders can still be seen in the Chamber's leadership. From the beginning the Chamber’s commitment to futuristic thinking partnered by their mission has aligned with the city’s vision to be part of the greatest development plan for Oklahoma City since the Land Run of 1889 - this is the continual support and strategic planning of the Metropolitan Area Projects plan.
Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett Mick Cornett became Oklahoma City's 35th mayor on March 2, 2004. Mayor Cornett has been at the forefront of Oklahoma City’s current renaissance. Under Cornett’s leadership, the city has seen the final completion of MAPS 1, the implementation of MAPS for Kids, and the passage and implementation of MAPS 3. He is the first mayor in the City’s history to be elected to a fourth term and is currently the second-longest serving mayor among the 50 largest cities in America.
2015-2016 NextGen Membership
Friday, July 1, 2016, 8:00 am
The NextGen network exists to foster relationships among young professionals, develop business opportunities, support civic involvement, and promote an overall investment in the future of our community.
NextGen Membership is for emerging professionals ages 21-39.
Annual membership is effective July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016.
Meeting schedules, educational & networking opportunity dates to be determined. Once you are registered, the NextGen Facebook page will be a great resource to stay in touch.
Cahoots is a weekly meeting held at the Chamber on Fridays at 10:30 for all members. Join us to connect and network.
If your business is a Chamber Member, you will need a login and password to get the member rate. Please call if you need assistance.
Please select the Action Team(s) in which you would like to participate. There is no additional cost for participation. The Team Leaders will contact you with additional information at a later date.