For female entrepreneurs, Camp Climb is a sought-after resource for learning how to scale a business. The camp offers tracks for women with a business idea, women on a pathway to growth and women who have reached the peak and achieved business success. Through the organization’s annual camp events, a strong sense of community develops as female entrepreneurs meet with peers and expert advisors for personal and business growth. The community of like-minded women works, according to “campers” who say the weekend retreats and ongoing peer support helped them learn to scale their businesses.
“In this issue, customers share stories of community-building with employees, patients and business owners and it’s easy to see the impact this has on individuals and organizations.”
The power of community-building is a theme that echoes through the pages of amplify®, 4imprint’s quarterly digital magazine. Among the stories:
- When a physical therapy provider looked for a creative way to help staff members and patients feel like part of a community along their rehabilitation journey, they did so with a creative use of branded t-shirts.
- As a housing corporation looked for ways to connect in-person and remote team members and build a sense of community during the pandemic, they used clever gatherings and branded camp chairs to do so.
- For an estate planning agency seeking to expand its reach, a promotional pen played a surprisingly key role.
“When organizations create a sense of community, it often creates ripple effects,” said Kevin Lyons-Tarr, CEO, 4imprint. “In this issue, customers share stories of community-building with employees, patients and business owners and it’s easy to see the impact this has on individuals and organizations.”
In this issue’s Product Highlight, amplify® explores trends in promotional kitchen items and shares how one nonprofit organization brings families closer together with the help of a rod, reel and a promotional rule.