About the Chamber

 

What is a Chamber of Commerce?

The Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization comprised of business, professionals, residents and other community groups working together to ensure a healthy economic and social-economic base to benefit the entire community. Additionally, the Chamber of Commerce harnesses the tremendous potential of the private enterprise system and the community at large as a unified "Voice of Business", enabling its' membership to accomplish collectively what no one person can do individually.

How do I join the Chamber?

Click here or contact a Chamber representative at (604) 793-4323.

How does the Chamber work?

The policies and programs of the Chamber are determined by its volunteer Board of Directors, elected by the membership. They, in turn, employ an Executive Director or CEO whose basic responsibility is to organize and execute the Chamber's programs and policies. The Executive Director/CEO also tries to keep in touch with our members, keeping you informed on topical business issues of the day through our local media avenues,as well as through our emails, sent directly to our members.

What does the Chamber do?

Your Chamber represents and promotes our City's economy, education system, retail sector, tourism sector, environmental, cultural and governmental concerns, and encourages business, residential and industrial investment, broadening the tax base and providing employment. To business prospects and newcomers, the Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce represents a viable force in seeking solutions to today's social and economic problems, as we are in touch with municipal, provincial and federal issues affecting the City of Chilliwack.

Why should you be a Chamber Member?

There are numerous benefits you can participate in for you and your business. Click HERE to learn more.