Entries by Renee Bohun

Chamber Gives Federal Budget Passing Grade

NANAIMO – March 23, 2017 CHAMBER GIVES FEDERAL BUDGET PASSING GRADE   Chambers of Commerce across Canada gave the federal budget a C+ grading at best, as did the Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce, citing efforts of the Liberal government to limit deficit growth this year with less robust spending. “Highlighted items include benefits to […]

Call for Nominations – Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors!

Qualifications Sought In Board Members: The Board is strongest and most effective when the following core competencies are represented on the Board, with each director contributing their unique combination of knowledge, experience, and skills.   Membership and Belief in the Chamber Vision, Values and Mission When nominated, and during your term on the Board, Directors […]

Mike DeJong – Feb 23rd – Your first chance to discuss the budget in public!

Join Finance Minister Mike deJong on Thursday, February 23 at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre for breakfast. Minister deJong will be sharing his presentation at the legislature with Nanaimo businesses just two days after releasing BC’s Provincial Budget for 2017-18. This is the budget that the government will take into the provincial election this May […]

Get Set Nanaimo – Free Workshop – Business Emergency Plan

Bus_continuity_print – for more information Free Workshop Get Set Nanaimo Emergencies big or small can make or break your business. Understand the key components of a business emergency plan Learn how to build employee readiness Gather tips on securing data and disaster-proofing your business These are just some of the questions that will be explored during this […]

Member Profile – Nanaimo Magazine

NANAIMO MAGAZINE – JUDY STEPHAN Written by Bonnie Chomica, www.MarketingDoneWrite.ca Nanaimo and Voyager Magazines deliver positive, community-oriented content enjoyed by a loyal following of readers. Since 2009, owner and publisher, Judy Stephan, has grown the publication in size, distribution, and popularity. Locally produced as Nanaimo Magazine, when it travels between Victoria and Campbell River, it […]