Events

We are in unprecedented times amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Heeding the advice of public health officials, the Richmond Chamber of Commerce has suspended events programming for March and April.

With over 60 events annually, the Chamber strives to deliver value to every member of our business community. Explore upcoming events on our calendar below, view community events submitted by our members, or scroll through the photo galleries of past events.

Interested in sponsoring a chamber event? Please email mpitcairn@richmondchamber.ca.

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May 2020

Virtual Town Hall with Richmond’s 4 MLAs

May 8 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Join us for a conversation with Richmond's four MLAs on Friday, May 8, 2020. MLAs Jas Johal (Richmond-Queensborough), Linda Reid (Richmond South Centre), John Yap (Richmond-Steveston), and Teresa Wat (Richmond North Centre) will provide an update from the provincial level and answer your pressing questions. If you have questions that you would like to ask the MLAs, please send them by end of day May 6th to: Email: elizabethg@richmondchamber.ca The Zoom link will be emailed to those registered prior to…

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Lunch & Learn Webinar: Breakdown the Communication Barriers – Leadership through Effective Communication

May 12 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Take your lunch hour to learn a valuable new skill. This webinar is open to members of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce & employees. Breakdown the Communication Barriers - Leadership through Effective Communication Leadership through effective communication is essential for any organization. It is always important but is particularly crucial during a crisis. This session will guide participants how to lead through effective communication. It will also provide recommendations on how to effectively use virtual communications tools such as Zoom…

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Virtual Town Hall: Restaurant Industry Recovery

May 22 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Join the WeAreRichmondBC partners (Richmond Chamber of Commerce, Tourism Richmond, and the City of Richmond) for a conversation on the restaurant industry with Samantha Scholefield, Program Manager of the BC Restaurant & Food Services Association (BCRFA). We will be discussing BC's restaurant industry and what to expect in the coming week as restaurants look to reopening. If you have questions that you would like to ask Samantha, please email them by end of day May 20th to: Email: elizabethg@richmondchamber.ca The…

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June 2020

Lunch & Learn Webinar: Learnings From Disruption

June 4 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Take your lunch hour to learn a valuable new skill. This webinar is open to members of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce & employees. Learnings From Disruption Heidi Hamilton, Principal, Priority Solutions will share insights into some of the strategies and tactics employed by top CEO's to support their business and team during disruption. The specific focus will be on some key lessons learnt and shared by her CEO and Executive facilitated groups. The discussion will cover what tactics and…

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COVID-19 and the Economy: Where we go from here

June 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

COVID-19 is an unprecedented challenge for the global health system and our economy. The pandemic has triggered a cascade of temporary business closures and job loss across Canada and within B.C. We are likely through the worst of the economic downturn and can set our sights on the recovery which is unlikely to be swift, nor a return to normal operations. This webinar will discuss the economic impacts of COVID-19 on the regional economy, and Central 1’s expectations for the…

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Workplace Health & Safety During COVID-19: Townhall with WorkSafeBC

June 17 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

As many of our businesses get "back to work" many questions arise. Richmond's employers want to keep staff and stakeholders healthy and well. The Richmond Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the BC Chamber and WorkSafeBC to host a webinar on workplace health and safety during COVID-19. We will cover topics including: COVID-19 transmission and risks How to control the risk of exposure in the workplace Supporting the mental well-being of your workers Best practices for working from home Resources…

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Webinar with KPMG: Reopening for Business and Preparing for your New Reality

June 18 @ 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm

As the province takes steps towards reopening and restarting our economy, what factors should business leaders and owners have top of mind? While planning for the safe return to a physical workplace remains a top priority for all, business leaders should factor in financial and operational considerations and develop their plans accordingly. In this webinar, Ben Gaster of KPMG will introduce preparing for your new reality, including: Reopening physical workplaces and what we are hearing in the market Scenario planning…

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Virtual Town Hall with Richmond’s 4 MLAs

June 19 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Join us for a conversation with Richmond's four MLAs on Friday, June 19, 2020. MLAs Jas Johal (Richmond-Queensborough), Linda Reid (Richmond South Centre), John Yap (Richmond-Steveston), and Teresa Wat (Richmond North Centre) will provide an update from the provincial level and answer your pressing questions. If you have questions that you would like to ask the MLAs, please send them by end of day June 17th to: Email:  shaenaf@richmondchamber.ca The Zoom link will be emailed to those registered prior to…

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2020 Annual General Meeting (Virtual)

June 30 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Virtual reception for members of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, including election of Board of Directors.

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July 2020

Lunch & Learn Webinar: After the Storm – Investing with Confidence During & After COVID-19

July 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Take your lunch hour to learn a valuable new skill. This webinar is open to members of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce & employees. Investing with Confidence During & After COVID-19 COVID-19 has had a massive impact on the world, including its economy. Diminished returns in our portfolios can cause regret over past investment decisions and anxiety over the future. It is understandable to feel stuck over the loss of control we may be experiencing. This is wrong because the…

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