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The Canada Eurasia Russia Business Association (CERBA) has a network of seven chapters located in Moscow, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary, Vancouver and Almaty, and a membership base of over 200 corporations and individuals in a wide range of sectors. As an association, CERBA provides an extensive network of contacts with frequent networking events, informative seminars on pertinent topics in the Eurasian market for Canadian companies, an annual National Conference, a quarterly printed Newsletter, committees of the Canada-Russia Business Council (CRBC), access to annual trade missions, as well as market intelligence, advocacy on government policy, and active, Canada-focused sector committees.
The Richmond Chamber of Commerce is a broad-based non-profit membership association, celebrating over 80 years of commitment to make Richmond the most prosperous and favourable place to do business. It serves as catalyst and unifying body for the driving forces of the Richmond economy and is actively engaged in key sectors of economic development. In this spirit, the Richmond Chamber of Commerce promotes the development of a strong, proud, representative and committed membership.
Today, the Chamber is truly the city’s most influential and diverse business membership organization. The Richmond Chamber of Commerce represents over 1,150 member businesses of all sizes from virtually every industry and profession in our region. Our membership includes national and international corporations, mid-sized firms, entrepreneurial start-ups, and small companies.
Founded in 1984, the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association is one of the largest bilateral trade associations in Canada, connecting over 1,500 members in the business community across the country. Together with the partners of our Hong Kong Family, the Association assists members with their business expansion to Hong Kong and Asia by creating opportunities for knowledge sharing, networking, business planning and development.
For the past 30 years, the HKCBA has been working continuously to promote Hong Kong-Canada bilateral trade. Our milestone anniversary this year is a great opportunity to review our past accomplishments and look forward to greater successes.
Vancouver was one of the first HKCBA sections founded in 1984 and grown to become a key organization within the local business community over the years. The increased focus on Canadian trade and investment with Hong Kong and Asia in the 80s and 90s resulted in the need to develop closer ties between the two regions. As a result, our organization was able to use this opportunity to provide a forum for our members and the business community to discuss trade issues, exchange international business best practices and promote bilateral trade policies. Today, the HKCBA is Hong Kong's largest and most active overseas trade association.
The Urban Development Institute is a national non-profit association (with international affiliations) of the development industry and its related professions that is non-partisan in its activities. With over 650 corporate members, UDI Pacific represents thousands of individuals involved in all facets of land development and planning, including: developers, property managers, financial lenders, lawyers, engineers, planners, architects, appraisers, real estate professionals, local governments and government agencies. Since 1972, the Pacific Region has been dedicated to fostering effective communication between the industry, government, and the public; and aims to improve both housing and job opportunities for all British Columbians. UDI Pacific also serves as the public voice of the real estate development industry, communicating with local governments, the media, and community groups on a number of issues. UDI concentrates its activities in three primary areas: government and community relations, research, and professional development and education.
AME BC is the predominant voice of mineral exploration and development in British Columbia. Established in 1912, AME BC represents thousands of members including geoscientists, prospectors, engineers, entrepreneurs, exploration companies, suppliers, mineral producers, and associations who are engaged in mineral exploration and development in BC and throughout the world. Through leadership, advocacy, and partnerships, AME BC promotes a healthy environment and business climate for the mineral exploration industry.
Formed 25 years ago, BC Non-Profit Housing Association (BCNPHA) is the provincial umbrella organization for the non-profit housing sector comprised of nearly 600 members, including non-profit housing societies, businesses, individuals, partners and stakeholders. Together non-profit housing societies manage more than 60,000 units of long-term, affordable housing in over 1,500 buildings across the province.