Because the role of business is more than just creating and providing goods and services people need, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce is an unapologetic champion for business and are committed to helping build the businesses that support families, communities and Canada.
Purpose & Value: The Canadian Chamber of Commerce helps build businesses that support families, communities and Canada. They do this by influencing government policy, by providing the services member business need and by connecting members to useful information, to opportunities and to a network of local chambers, businesses and decision-makers and peers from across the country, in every sector of the economy and at all levels of government, as well as internationally. The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is unapologetic in their support for business and the vital role it plays in building and sustaining our great nation.
Boyden, a world class executive search and leadership advisory firm, proudly serves Canadian organizations and institutions. As a Corporate Member of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, we are committed to excellence in leadership and proud to support their mission to provide leadership, information, and public policy support as a champion for Canadian businesses.
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce BIPOC Leadership and Inclusion Council
Announced on July 2021, the new BIPOC Leadership and Inclusion Council will inform the Canadian Chamber’s initiatives in supporting BIPOC, drive meaningful action to address the identified challenges BIPOC face in participating in the Canadian economy, share and recognize best practices, and advocate for changes that facilitate diversity and inclusion.
The Council is part of a broader National Inclusive Growth Initiative at the Canadian Chamber, which also focuses on women’s advocacy, mental health, accessibility, and immigration. The Initiative provides a platform for sharing information and resources to empower members from businesses of all sizes, sectors and regions.
Boyden Partner Lindsay Osmond joins as one of 25 inaugural members of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce BIPOC Leadership and Inclusion Council.
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