Happy Holidays From The Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce

Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce Christmas Poster

Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce

Release Date

Saturday, December 25, 2021


Season Greetings!

After a very busy 2021 at the Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce (CBCC), the holiday season is a welcome opportunity to reflect on our progress and look to the future.

This has been a year of meaningful growth highlighted by the vote of confidence from the Government of Canada to the tune of five million dollars. This investment will go a long way in our steadfast efforts to nurture the growth of black entrepreneurship across Canada. We are excited about the momentum gained from the successful launch earlier this month of the CBCC’s Elevate Black Business Project for Black entrepreneurs across Canada.

As business owners and entrepreneurs, success stories are inspiring. But the CBCC wants to help drive more success. That is why we are taking steps to ensure that 2022 will be a more impactful year for our members. It will include custom programming suited to your needs; as well as mentorship, and other member engagement initiatives. We are excited about what these programs could mean for you, the community and the economy.

As a businesswoman, I am proud to serve you alongside an incredibly hardworking team including board members, staff, and volunteers who share the same values and goals. We offer heartfelt gratitude for your partnership and support. You will continue to be the foundation of the CBCC’s success. We will do our part to bring you programs designed to help your business perform and achieve better. We urge you to take advantage of those programs and to get involved or establish a chapter near you. Follow the CBCC on our various social media platforms to stay up-to-date and informed.
My family joins me in wishing you and yours all the best for the Holiday Season.
May 2022 bring you great joy and inspire you to new heights.
Stay safe and healthy, 
Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce

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