Recruitment, Retention and Reputation Key Election Issues for Businesses
The Prince George Chamber of Commerce members have identified their top priorities and challenges for candidates in the municipal election on November 15, 2014.
Whether it is opening up our network to your business and connecting you to both clients and suppliers, standing next to you at City Hall to lend our support, or saving your business money through a rebate program, the Prince George Chamber of Commerce is your friend in business.
The Chamber represents and promotes business in Prince George. But don't take our word for it, see what some of our members have to say:
According to Denis Barrette of Magnet Signs, the real value of his membership to the Prince George Chamber of Commerce is having someone who will listen to his concerns and act as an advocate for him and his challenges.. Read more
It didn't take very long for Stuart Ballantyne to recognize the value of having a membership to the Prince George Chamber of Commerce. Read how Stuart secured the first community partner for the 2015 Canada Winter Games within days of being in Prince George. Read more
When you are associating with like-minded people, it opens the door for more knowledge and opportunities to grow your business. It's relationships like these that are essential to building a community. Find out why Ben Klassen of Homesteader Meats said, "there is no business in town that should be without a Chamber membership.” Read more
In 2012, Austin Kim was expanding his business with the construction of a new building at his BBK Bottle Depot location near the corner of Vance Road and Hwy 16 West. This meant a change to the zoning laws, public hearings, and red tape at City Hall. What did the Prince George Chamber of Commerce do for his business? Read more