CME BC would like to thank all of our generous sponsors who supported the 2015 Manufacturing Month.
Moneris: Moneris processes more than 3 billion credit and debit card transactions a year, for over 350,000 merchant locations across North America. We have over 1,300 dedicated employees who understand transaction processing and know how to make it work for you. Moneris is leading the way with innovation. Moneris not only improves satisfaction and ease of transaction processing today, but it will also ensure a superior value proposition for the future.
Business In Vancouver: BIV, the local leading business publication, provides manufacturers and exporters essential local, regional and provincial business and industry news. With coverage of key areas like finance, the economy, technology, natural resources and real estate you’ll find BIV is an essential.
Intertek: Intertek Canada provides testing, inspection, certification, auditing and technical training to clients. Intertek is a trusted provider of quality & safety services for many of the world’s leading brands. By leveraging Intertek’s independent, third-party, technical expertise customers can focus on their core business while improving quality, lowering product development costs & business risks, and accelerating R&D and time-to-market.
BCPIA: For printers and print industry companies, BCPIA provides resources, a voice to government, education programs and networking opportunities that are specific and unique to the industry. BCPIA delivers valuable print industry-specific solutions that are only accessible through membership and through its affiliations with Printing Industries of America (PIA), the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME), and other industry associations.
Surrey Board of Trade: CME-BC is proud to announce its partnership with the Surrey Board of Trade which will provide mutual support to programs and initiatives. Through this agreement, CME members will receive discounts on Surrey Board of Trade membership and event registration. Visit www.businessinsurrey.com to see the wide selection of events, programs and initiatives you can participate in with member rates.
Burnaby Board of Trade: The Burnaby Board of Trade is Burnaby’s pre-eminent member-based business association.The BBOT brings businesses together to develop strong networks, to represent the interests of the business community to local government, and to foster economic development. We also provide a range of services and benefits to our members such as specialized or exclusive events and workshops, and discounted rates on common business expenses.
Chilliwack Economic Development: When people talk about “Beautiful British Columbia,” they might as well be talking about Chilliwack, BC. As part of the Greater Vancouver/Lower Mainland Economic Region, Chilliwack enjoys some of the same benefits as Vancouver: Canada’s low cost dollar, proximity to major markets (the Pacific Rim), and easy access to the United States. Even with all these benefits, Chilliwack has more to offer with a lower cost of living and comptetitive labour, energy, land and housing costs.
City of Richmond: Economic development ranks among the top City priorities in Richmond’s Strategic Planning. Richmond’s future growth and economic prosperity are ensured by the fact that the City is ideally positioned geographically as a “gateway” to economic opportunities in BC. Superior land, sea and air connections and a prime West Coast location give a competitive edge to business in the City of Richmond, British Columbia. In addition to these advantages, Richmond is a great place to live, work and do business.
Delta Chamber: Since 1910, our organization has been the voice of business in Delta, British Columbia, Canada. Our Vision … “strengthening commerce and industry because Delta matters” Our Commitment … “to our members and to our communities” If your business is in Delta, you need to be a member of the Delta Chamber of Commerce. If you are a Chamber member, drop in and tell us about your business and your plans so we can help you connect with new customers, suppliers, opportunities and each of our communities.
Central Okanagan Economic Development Commission: As the region, country and globe continues to grapple with economic challenges, the question is raised as to what we can do at the local level from an economic development perspective. What can we do to assist the existing and growing business base with enhancement related activities and programs which address needs and challenges, attract new investment in the form of human and business capital into an expensive marketplace, and thirdly what larger policy and infrastructure issues must be addressed to allow the region to meet its economic potential. This in essence is what economic development is and where the Commission focuses its efforts on a regional level