Membership in the EFLV puts you and your company in front of one of the most effective total business resources in the area. Since our founding in 2001, we have worked hard to bring on owners and executives of some of the most recognizable and successful businesses the Valley has to offer.
Our member companies range in size. Our members must be owners of, or executives within their company. They must be willing to discuss the challenges, successes, and strategies that we all encounter in running our businesses on a daily basis. Many of our meetings are held off-site at business locations, which can be an effective way to profile your business to our members.
While membership is strictly held to an invitation-only basis, we encourage you to reach out to an existing member whom you may already know or our membership Chairperson. They are happy to answer any questions that you may have regarding our bi-weekly meetings. Once we have had the chance to discuss your business, as well as vet any potential overlap with an existing member, we can discuss attending one of our meetings as a guest.
Approved members can receive their first name tag by clicking the link below and filling out the online form. This form can also be used to replace lost or damaged cards.
What does it mean to be a member of the EFLV? Many people join organizations, but a lot of them don’t get involved. How many groups are you a “member” of, but only see a few members engaged or participating?
The EFLV is a dedicated group of business owners and decision-makers who share a commitment to quality and an ethical environment in which to conduct business. It is built upon member participation. We all know that you get out what you put into an organization, but participation begins with knowing what your organization is really about and what it has to offer. Whether it is leadership, networking, committee participation, advocacy, or meetings, your participation is the driving force behind the Executive Forum.
There are many ways to participate – start simple and build. For example:
Having a big sale, on-site celebrity, or other event? Be sure to announce it so everybody knows and gets excited about it.
Members should consider the following:
The key is to be proactive and not inactive. Can the EFLV count on your participation?
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