Back to Chamber News January 15, 2020 Unfortunately due to severe weather conditions, the Richmond Chamber of Commerce office will close at noon on Wednesday, January 15th, 2020. Online document certification services will be available until 4:30pm on essCerts (new registrants can create an account here). The previously scheduled Strictly Networking Afternoon with Dim Sum…Read More
Back to Chamber News December 13, 2019 The Richmond Chamber of Commerce will close during the holiday season, with opening hours as follows: December 23rd: 8:30am – 4:30pm (Regular Hours) December 24th: 8:30am – 12:00pm December 25th: Closed December 26th: Closed December 27th: 10:00am – 1:00pm (for Certificate of Origin Services) December 30th: Closed…Read More
Back to Chamber News December 13, 2019 Nominations are now open now for the Richmond Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. Members who meet eligibility requirements are invited to submit their nomination packages by 5:00pm February 9, 2020 Eligibility Requirements: A member in good standing for a minimum of one year; Free of any conflict of interest; Willing and able to attend board meetings on a regular basis; Familiar with the…Read More
Back to Chamber News October 17, 2019 Dear Metro Vancouver Board of Directors, Re: GEORGE MASSEY CROSSING – EIGHT-LANE, IMMERSED-TUNNEL CONFIGURATION OPTION The Richmond Chamber of Commerce is pleased to see progress towards alleviating the congestion and safety concerns of the George Massey Corridor. We would like to acknowledge and thank the Ministry of Transportation…Read More
Member Press Release: Meet Investment Opportunities and Network with Chinese Investors at the 20th Annual GCFF Main Event – Vancouver on October 5, 2019
Back to Chamber News September 20, 2019 Serving the Chinese investor community for 20 years, GCFF is one of the biggest bi-lingual financial functions in North America and China. Organized by NAI Interactive Ltd., GCFF’s mandate is to provide a world-class platform connecting both the China and North American financial markets. We bring together companies, financial…Read More
Back to Chamber News July 17, 2019 By Haniya Syed, Student Intern to the Richmond Chamber of Commerce It’s a fact: there is a large amount of garbage in our oceans. Citizens and their governments worry about the health of our planet and the rate of change. With that, many are looking for alternatives to…Read More
Back to Chamber News July 12, 2019 Dear Mayor & Council, RE: SINGLE-USE PLASTIC AND OTHER ITEMS BYLAW Following the resolutions passed at the May 21, 2019 Special Council meeting, the Richmond Chamber of Commerce (RCC) began consultation with the local business community, focusing on the impact (either positive or negative) that a ban on single-use…Read More
Back to Chamber News June 10, 2019 Dear Mayor & Council, RE: Residential Rental Tenure Zoning Richmond is truly an amazing place to base one’s business, but businesses are facing significant housing related challenges. A recent survey by the Richmond Chamber (RCC) confirmed that employers are reporting rising stress due to the city’s cost of…Read More
Back to Chamber News February 13, 2019 Nearly 400 members of the Richmond business community came out to celebrate the Year of the Pig with the Richmond Chamber of Commerce’s Greater China Exchange Committee on February 13th. JOIN THE CHAMBER Discover a new world that will help you grow and better your business! Learn More…Read More
Back to Chamber News January 22, 2019 Employers in Richmond are reporting rising stress due to the city’s high cost of housing and its impact on their ability to recruit and keep workers. In a recent member survey conducted by the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, 87% of business owners who track such data said…Read More
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