SIGZ is facing a problem where they are struggling to attract and engage young founders to apply for membership. Many young companies have very young founders who may not see the value of joining the Chamber of Commerce or may not have the resources to do so.
This lack of interest from young founders can create a significant barrier to the Chamber of Commerce’s mission of promoting and supporting the growth and development of the IT industry. Without the participation of these companies, the SIGZ Chamber of Commerce may not be able to fully represent the needs and interests of the IT sector.
To address this problem, the SIGZ Chamber of Commerce may need to explore ways to make membership more appealing to young founders. This could include developing tailored programs and resources that speak to their unique needs and challenges. The Chamber of Commerce may also need to explore alternative membership models that are more accessible and affordable to young companies.