About the London Chamber of Commerce
The Voice of Business
The London Chamber of Commerce is a politically independent, membership based, volunteer driven, not-for-profit organization whose mission is to lead and serve the London business community. We work hard on behalf of members, offering insightful and meaningful policy contributions, leading initiatives that positively influence London's social and economic landscape. Get more information on advocacy.
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Not only does the Chamber act as an advocate for local business, it facilitates opportunities for member businesses to promote themselves locally and regionally, do business with one another, enjoy savings and value through benefit programs, and gain knowledge through dozens of events and seminars each year. Get more information about events, advertising and sponsorship, and other networking opportunties.
Through the course of each year the Chamber runs many events for the benefit of our members. These events range from networking events like our quarterly speed networking events, monthly Business After Five events, Business between Business networking groups and annual Past President's Golf Tournament; to business education events like our Friday Business Matters event series, annual Mayor's State of the City Address, Small Business Resources seminars and the Engaging Insights speaker series; to recognition events like the Business Achievement Awards gala. The Chamber is also involved with local charity, with Corporate Challenge and the Deck the Hall holiday party event.
To serve as the Voice of Business, committed to the enhancement of economic prosperity and quality of life in London and area.
Board of Directors
Chamber volunteers and staff are guided in their day-to day activities by the Chamber's statement of Mission and Goals. Our Board of Directors and Executive Committee are charged with overall responsibility for the Chamber's strategic direction and policy. View Board of Directors.
- To create and sustain reinforcing relationships among businesses and between businesses and the community
- To participate in the development of public policy; as it affects economic growth and development for London and area
- To effectively express the views of the business community to appropriate levels of government on matters of relevance to London and area
- To promote private enterprise, business excellence, and individual achievement
- To provide the resources necessary to ensure proper levels of members services and to foster member involvement in the community through the chamber
- To strengthen the organization through increasing its membership and resource base
The Strategic Plan renews our commitment to provide an excellent standard of service and programs designed to continuously meet the needs of our members.
This is an adaptive, non-static document subject to change with new and or additional input. The plan is not a stand-alone document. It is designed to work in conjunction with each year's business plans.
Accreditation is a formal acknowledgement that member chambers of commerce/boards of trade have been successfully evaluated by the CACC against rigourous national standards of policy, service, and performance. Technically, accreditation is granted to individual applicant chambers of commerce/boards of trade who demonstrate they meet all the eligibility requirements set out by the CACC in its checklist for accreditation and the accreditation application.
Should the province sell more assets to reduce debt?
This poll ran from June 4, 2013 until June 18, 2013
- Absolutely (98 votes)
- Absolutely not (96 votes)
- Only where the private sector could do it better (233 votes)