300+ men and women, business professionals and business owners.
This inspiring signature annual event celebrates and honors the businesses and individuals that provide exceptional contributions to the regions community. Five categories, with three finalists, are featured and winners are announced in real time during the event.The Prospera Award Levels & Benefits
150+ men and women, business professionals and owners
This annual luncheon attracts 150+ area professionals, representing a diverse mixture of industries, including financial services, government, higher education, manufacturing, nonprofits, real estate and technology, to hear a dynamic keynote speaker.Annual Member Luncheon Levels & Benefits
50+ business owners and VIP business professionals
These elite events target CEO's and leaders of Prospera's upper level members (Partner level+). Events feature VIP keynote speakers in unique venues and behind the scenes tours - in addition to high-value networking.President's Circle Levels & Benefits
These business tours are offered for free to Prospera members, attract around 50 people, and always sell out! Prospera members are featured and past tours include: Simms, Svalinn, Dry Hills Distillery, Gibson Guitar, Bequet Confections and West Paw Design.Member - Only Business Tours Levels & Benefits
The expanded and updated publication better supports business recruitment and and relocation efforts, while continuing to serve as the leading reference for business and community leaders. Your underwriting investment will ensure timely, relevant data reaches a wide audience for an entire year.
Three times per year, Prospera collects data on the local cost of living - collecting prices for index items - and submits our research to the Council for Community and Economic Research to be analyzed and compared to other communities. Information is distributed quarterly via press releases, email blasts and on one of Prospera's most frequently visited website pages.
The Cost of Living Index measures regional differences in the cost of consumer goods and services for professional and managerial households. It is based on more than 50,000 prices covering almost 60 different items, for which prices are collected three times a year by chambers of commerce, economic development organization, and universities in each participating area.Cost of Living Index Levels & Benefits