The Kamloops Chamber of Commerce organizes various events throughout the year to fulfill its role of elevating the #kambiz community. Chamber Events are a great way for businesses to engage with the community, learn and collaborate!
Each year, the Kamloops Chamber hosts over 65 events for our members. From networking events and educational seminars, to leadership luncheons with business leaders and gala dinners, each event offers our members distinct benefits.
- Chamber Socials, Mob & Speed Networking Events
Networking is at the core of what we do, we facilitate lasting connections for members of the business community – emerging and established. The Kamloops Chamber provide a variety of in-person/virtual networking opportunities for all comfort levels – the team even offers seminars to help teach you how-to network more effectively. Raise your business profile and mingle with your peers at a Chamber networking event.
- Workshops & Seminars
“The secret of change is to focus all your energy not on fighting the old but on building the new.” — Socrates
As trends and technology change, it is important for businesses in all industries to continuously develop new skills to grow their brand and remain competitive in the marketplace. Topics include, board governance, media training, business readiness, digital marketing workshops, policy writing and so much more.
- Let's Talk About Breakfasts & Chamber Quarterly Luncheons
These events provide a platform for members to learn about the work done by the Chamber and hear about important and relevant topics that matter to the #kambiz community. The Chamber is not afraid to tackle tough issues. Recent luncheon topics include healthcare reform, affordable housing, the future of clean energy and the emerging cannabis industry.
- Forums, Roundtables, and Information Sessions
Throughout the year, the Chamber organizes monthly forums and roundtable discussions creating dialogue to tackle industry specific issues. The information gathered at these events are essential for our ongoing advocacy efforts. Insights collected are shared directly with internal and external stakeholders. The more participation we receive, the richer the data, the stronger the policy recommendations to decision-makers become.
Health & Wellness
Arts & Culture
Made in BC
Celebrate Small Business
Non-Profits & Charities
Members are encouraged to take advantage of complimentary and cost-effective networking opportunities to maximize the value of their membership. Due to COVID-19, many of the events have been postponed or changed to virtual events.
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