Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs Committee Meets In November
October 23, 2011 by Martin
Lethbridge’s Chamber of Commerce is very active in the political campaigning and the development of governmental policy that favours the local business in the area and will meet the first Wednesday of November, as they do every month. Discussions for the next Governmental Affairs sessions will center on government lobbying and various industry participants have the opportunity to bring to the table issues that affect Lethbridge, Alberta and even Canadian business as a whole.
Print companies in Letbhridge should strongly consider membership with the Chamber of Commerce, which provides business support, awareness raising of pertinent and local economic issues, and directory membership. Referrals from product and service questions addressed to the Chamber of Commerce can be powerful ways to advertise printing services. Members are also permitted opportunities to sponsor Chamber events, which are covered extensively in the press and produce exposure in the business community.
Another prestigious event to look forward to this October is the let bridge Chamber of Commerce’s ‘Business of the Year’ breakfast awards, which is open to all Lethbridge businesses, including chamber members. Nominations range across businesses and industries. It would be encouraging to see printing services companies in the Lethbridge areas nominated for ’Business of the Year’ awards.
The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce represents over 750 businesses in Alberta and is dedicated to offering workshops and networking seminars in Mix and Mingle events, trade shows, Lunch and Learns and educational programs. Interested printers can join the Chamber on their website.