Chamber News

    Kimberley Chamber AGM

    Published on 23-Dec-2015 by The Chamber Kimberley Chamber AGM

    Kimberley & District Chamber of Commerce announces their Annual General Meeting
    To be held at the Kimberley Conference and Athlete Training Centre
    January 21, 2016 at 6:30 pm

    Kimberley Chamber AGM

    Published on 23-Dec-2015 by The Chamber Kimberley Chamber AGM

    Kimberley & District Chamber of Commerce announces their Annual General Meeting

    To be held at the Kimberley Conference and Athlete Training Centre

    January 21, 2016 at 6:30 pm

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    Get Youth Working! Program

    Published on 06-Nov-2015 by The Chamber Get Youth Working! Program

    We are pleased to announce that the Get Youth Working! Program has received NEW funding and is now available in our region of BC.

    This Program, funded by the Government of Canada through the Canada-British Columbia Job Fund, offers employers in our region of BC a $2,800 hiring incentive to hire eligible youth 15 to 29 years of age. Additionally, employers may request up to $1,000 to purchase training for the newly hired youth.

    Get Youth Working! Program

    Published on 06-Nov-2015 by The Chamber Get Youth Working! Program

    We are pleased to announce that the Get Youth Working! Program has received NEW funding and is now available in our region  of BC. 


    This Program, funded by the Government of Canada through the Canada-British Columbia Job Fund, offers employers in our region of BC a $2,800 hiring incentive to hire eligible youth 15 to 29 years of age. Additionally, employers may request up to $1,000 to purchase training for the newly hired youth.


    The Program is open to all employers and youth if they meet the following eligibility criteria 


    EMPLOYER Criteria:

    • Eligible regions: Cariboo, Kootenay, North Coast and Nechako, Northeast, Thompson-Okanagan, and Vancouver Island / Coast
    • In business for a minimum of one year
    • In good standing with WorkSafeBC 
    • Must employ new hire for a minimum of 3 months and 30 hours/week
    • Employers will not qualify if employee is hired prior to signing a Get Youth Working Funding Agreement 


    NEW HIRE Criteria:
    • Unemployed, 15 – 29 years of age
    • Has not applied for EI, not currently receiving and must not have received EI within the past 36 months; or 60 months for a parental claim
    • Not a full-time student or returning to school
    • Is a resident of BC and legally entitled to work in Canada
    • Not be participating in another Canada Job Fund program.




    Check out www.getyouthworking.ca for more information and how to apply.

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    CBT Grant Writing Workshop

    Published on 16-Oct-2015 by The Chamber CBT Grant Writing Workshop

    Katherine Hamilton, CBT Liaison, will be offering a free Project Development and Grant Writing Workshop on Tues.Oct.20th 9am-11:30am at COTR Kimberley Campus. You can pre-register at COTR 250-427-7116 ext.3752.

    CBT Grant Writing Workshop

    Published on 16-Oct-2015 by The Chamber CBT Grant Writing Workshop

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    Nominations for the 2015 Business Excellence Awards Now Closed

    Published on 06-Oct-2015 by The Chamber Nominations for the 2015 Business Excellence Awards Now Closed

    Kimberley’s Business Excellence Awards gala will be held on October 24th at the Kimberley Conference & Athlete Training Centre. The gala includes an outstanding dinner featuring prime rib and vegetarian lasagna, music from Rick Parsons, an open discussion about business in Kimberley, the award ceremony and a great time. Tickets are only $40.

    Nominations for the 2015 Business Excellence Awards Now Closed

    Published on 06-Oct-2015 by The Chamber Nominations for the 2015 Business Excellence Awards Now Closed

    Thank you to everyone who submitted their nominations for this years Annual Business Excellence Awards. Nominations are now closed

    Kimberley’s Business Excellence Awards gala will be held on October 24th at the Kimberley Conference & Athlete Training Centre. The gala includes an outstanding dinner featuring prime rib and vegetarian lasagna, music from Rick Parsons, an open discussion about business in Kimberley, the award ceremony and a great time.  Tickets are only $40.  


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    Kimberley & Region Business Expo

    Published on 06-Oct-2015 by The Chamber Kimberley & Region Business Expo

    The City of Kimberley, along with The Kimberley &District Chamber of Commerce are hosting the 2nd annual regional business expo to inform future and current business owners of support agencies that focus on business and employment in this region.

    Kimberley & Region Business Expo

    Published on 06-Oct-2015 by The Chamber Kimberley & Region Business Expo

    The City of Kimberley, along with The Kimberley &District Chamber of Commerce are hosting the 2nd annual regional business expo, October 15th from 5-9 p.m. at the Kimberley Conference & Athlete Training Centre, informing future and current business owners of support agencies that focus on business and employment in this region.  Participants include Community Futures, Business Development Bank of Canada, Work BC (EK Employment, City of Cranbrook, Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce, The Columbia Valley Chamber of Commerce, Southern Interior Development Initiative Trust, Columbia Basin Trust's Economic representative, Ktunaxa Nation Employment Sector, Kootenay Rockies Innovation Council, Invest Kootenay,  Basin Business Adviser, Industry Training Authority, the Ministry of Jobs Tourism and Skills Training, Sun Life, and Kootenay Savings Credit Union.  Admission is free.  Lenders, advocates, business employment program representatives, business succession support, along with recognized professionals in technology and economic forecasting will be in attendance.  This is an opportunity for business operators to find, and meet these organizations in one setting.  There is no charge to attend this event.

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    September Business after Business

    Published on 14-Aug-2015 by The Chamber September Business after Business

    The September Business After Business will be held at Creekside Physiotherapy on September 17th from 5-7 p.m. Check out what is happening in our business community with like-minded business professionals.

    September Business after Business

    Published on 14-Aug-2015 by The Chamber September Business after Business

    The September Business After Business will be held at Creekside Physiotherapy on September 17th from 5-7 p.m. Check out what is happening in our business community with like-minded business professionals.

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    School Works Program

    Published on 14-Aug-2015 by The Chamber School Works Program

    Small businesses and organizations around the Basin can once again get support to hire students through the School Works Program. Applications will be available on August 13, 2015 at noon PT at cbt.org/schoolworks and are assessed on a first-come, first-served basis.

    School Works Program

    Published on 14-Aug-2015 by The Chamber School Works Program

    Small businesses and organizations around the Basin can once again get support to hire students through the School Works Program. Applications will be available on August 13, 2015 at noon PT at cbt.org/schoolworks and are assessed on a first-come, first-served basis.

    The program provides a wage subsidy of up to $8/hour to encourage employers to provide part-time employment to full-time high school and post-secondary students (including co-op and practicum placements) during the school year. Small businesses and non-profit, First Nation and public bodies in the Basin may apply. Changes to the program this year include a pilot program for wage subsidies for first-level apprenticeship positions (apprentice wage subsidy applications available Sept. 10,2015).

    For more information on the School Works Program visit www.cbt.org/schoolworks.

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    City of Kimberley Press Release - Positive Trends in Kimberley

    Published on 12-Aug-2015 by The Chamber City of Kimberley Press Release - Positive Trends in Kimberley

    Sunny outlook has little to do with SunMine, everything to do with investor confidence

    (KIMBERLEY, BC) With the past six months of national and global economic news you’d have been forgiven looking into the future with apprehension.
    But things are playing out differently this Summer in Kimberley

    City of Kimberley Press Release - Positive Trends in Kimberley

    Published on 12-Aug-2015 by The Chamber City of Kimberley Press Release - Positive Trends in Kimberley

    Positive Trends in Kimberley

    Sunny outlook has little to do with SunMine, everything to do with investor confidence

    (KIMBERLEY, BC) With the past six months of national and global economic news you’d have been forgiven looking into the future with apprehension.
    But things are playing out differently this Summer in Kimberley.

    Tourism is bustling. According to City Economic Development Officer Kevin Wilson “With the exchange rate at its lowest levels in 13 years, our region is enjoying the duel benefit of more visits from Americans as well as increased visitation from neighbors in Alberta who are staying closer to home.” The publicity from the opening of SunMine, BC’s largest solar facility has created additional buzz about Kimberley.

    Kimberley accommodators report 10% year over year growth in occupancy with sold out weekends since the beginning of June and weeknight sellouts since JulyFest. A sell out equates to about 500 accommodation units with an average of 2.5 guests spending an average of $125 per day on food, entertainment, shopping, and accommodation or about $150,000 per day.

    In retail as well you can see visible signs of a positive investment climate. Two new storefronts in Marysville and two new coffee shops in the permitting process, as well as seven new businesses downtown illustrate the positive outlook of many entrepreneurs who have taken advantage of the timing to start new ventures.

    Construction activity continues at a pace not seen since 2010. Up to the end of July 2015 there were 16 new single family building starts, compared to 7 at the same point last year. With $4.8M in building permits up to the end of June, the brisk pace in Kimberley is outstripping all other communities in the East Kootenay region, the next closest is Fernie at $4.5M.

    According to Mayor Don McCormick, “We are having a great 2015. Construction is up and our events scene has seen a resurgence this year, with the continued success of events like Round the Mountain, and new events like Symphony on the Mountain, the Kimberley Medieval Festival, and the Diamond Rio Concert.”

    According the Mayor there is much more to come. “Get ready for the Black Spur Ultramarathon August 22-23 when 300 highly motivated competitors will descend on our community. These folks tend to be high-achieving professionals and their presence will be noticed.”

    Looking forward into the Fall, the Kimberley Conference Centre will host 300 delegates and spouses as part of the BC Community Futures Conference from September 23-25, and 250 delegates from the Church of God September 27 - October 5.

    Download the full press release:

    City of Kimberley Press Release - Positive Trends in Kimberley City of Kimberley Press Release - Positive Trends in Kimberley (26 KB)

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    The BC Chamber has updated the Chamber network with new cabinet shuffles

    Published on 05-Aug-2015 by The Chamber The BC Chamber has updated the Chamber network with new cabinet shuffles

    Jon Garson, Vice President, Policy Development and Government Relations with the BC Chamber has updated the Chamber network with new cabinet shuffles and these changes effect The Chambers and small businesses in British Columbia. Here is his synopsis:

    Minister of Small Business, Red Tape Reduction and Minister Responsible for Liquor Distribution Branch – The Hon. Coralee Oakes

    Of particular importance is the creation of a new fully-fledged Ministry dedicated to small business. This Ministry is a welcome recognition of the importance of small business and once again ensures that small business will be placed at the forefront of governments agenda. It is also welcome to see red tape reduction given such prominence.

    We are also pleased to see that the Minister will be Coralee Oakes. It is a welcome recognition that responsibility for this file continues to be placed with someone familiar with the chamber movement. We received a call from the Minister this morning where she indicated her excitement over the role and on re-engaging with the chamber and the small business community.

    Minister of Community, Sport, and Cultural Development and Minister Responsible for Translink – The Hon. Peter Fassbender

    Moving from Education Minister Fassbender now takes responsibility for one of the most critical set of files to the chamber movement. Under the Ministers mandate letter he will be responsible for reforming the Auditor General for Local Government he will also be responsible for developing and presenting options for potential processes under which local governments could either amalgamate or integrate service delivery by June 30, 2016.

    In addition the Minister also has responsibility for Translink and developing recommendations to Cabinet on ways to improve transit in Metro Vancouver. Minister Fassbender brings significant experience to this file having served as Mayor of Langley and Chair of the Mayors Council.

    Minister of Education – The Hon. Mike Bernier

    The only new entrant into cabinet Mike Bernier is the MLA for Peace River South. His promotion to Minister ensures representation for Northern BC.

    Minister of State for Emergency Preparedness – The Hon Naomi Yamamoto

    Minister Yamamoto moves from small business to emergency preparedness. This is a new position which focuses heavily on earthquake preparedness. In addition we are pleased to see a focus in Minister Yamamoto’s mandate letter on the need to reduce risks for communities threatened by floods.

    What do these changes mean for the Chambers policy agenda?

    This is a relatively small reshuffle with no Minister leaving cabinet and only one new face around the cabinet table in Mike Bernier. The reshuffle does however represent an elevation in importance for several key areas of focus for the Chamber.

    The creation of a new Ministry for Small Business and Red Tape Reduction is a particularly welcome announcement by the government. Not only does a Ministry show a renewed focus and importance of small business but a full Ministry means significant additional resources can be brought to bear on addressing the challenges facing small business.

    The other interesting point is the moving of Translink to the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development. While the appointment of Minister Fassbender is welcome given his knowledge of this file the move away from transportation does raise some concerns.

    While one of the key constituents in Translink is the Mayors Council the direction given to Minister Fassbender is to consult and make recommendations on ways to improve transit in the region. The challenge is ensuring whatever recommendations are made are integrated into the provinces wider transportation plans being delivered by the Ministry of Transportation. The splitting of responsibilities for aspects of regional transportation between the ministry of Transportation and the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development is not guaranteed to lead to poorer outcomes but will require close coordination to ensure an integrated approach.

    There are a number of issues outlined in the Ministers Mandate letters (copies of which can be found at http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/governments/organizational-structure/cabinet/cabinet-ministers) which are directly reflective of BC Chamber policy issues. We will be providing an analysis of the mandate letters and areas of focus early next week.

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    Canada Day Celebrations

    Published on 25-Jun-2015 by The Chamber Canada Day Celebrations

    Canada Day celebrations will be conducted from 12:00 – 4:00 in the Platzl. Entertainment includes The Oak Republic, The Sookenai Singers from Aqam First Nation, Dustin Mousseau, and the Kimberley Community Band. A poem from Kimberley’s own tall poet, Ken will be presented. There will be face painters in front of the Great Canadian Dollar Store, and cake will be served at 4:00 p.m.

    Canada Day Celebrations

    Published on 25-Jun-2015 by The Chamber Canada Day Celebrations

    Canada Day celebrations will be conducted from 12:00 – 4:00 in the Platzl.  Entertainment includes The Oak Republic, The Sookenai Singers from Aqam First Nation, Dustin Mousseau, and the Kimberley Community Band. A poem from Kimberley’s own tall poet, Ken will be presented.  There will be face painters in front of the Great Canadian Dollar Store, and cake will be served at 4:00 p.m.

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    Business After Business July 9

    Published on 25-Jun-2015 by The Chamber Business After Business July 9

    The July Business-After-Business will be held on July 9th at Cherry Creek Property Services from 5-7 p.m. This one week early as we will be preparing for Julyfest the next week. Come out and visit with Chris and Laurie Weitzel and learn about Cherry Creek Properties, as well as promote your own business.

    Business After Business July 9

    Published on 25-Jun-2015 by The Chamber Business After Business July 9

    The July Business-After-Business will be held on July 9th at Cherry Creek Property Services from 5-7 p.m This one week early as we will be preparing for Julyfest the next week.  Come out and visit with Chris and Laurie Weitzel and learn about Cherry Creek Properties, as well as promote your own business.

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    Business After Business June 18

    Published on 18-Jun-2015 by The Chamber Business After Business June 18

    The  Business After Business is tonight at The Burrito Grill from 5-7.  There will be $2 tacos (Darren Shaben) and drink specials.  Brian Conn will be promoting Kootenay Shade Works and their produts to help beat the heat.

    Business After Business June 18

    Published on 18-Jun-2015 by The Chamber Business After Business June 18

    The  Business After Business is tonight at The Burrito Grill from 5-7.  There will be $2 tacos (Darren Shaben) and drink specials.  Brian Conn will be promoting Kootenay Shade Works and their produts to help beat the heat.

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    JulyFest Sponsorship Information

    Published on 21-May-2015 by The Chamber JulyFest Sponsorship Information

    New for 2015 is our business sponsorship program. Include your business at this great community event for as little
    as $100 for Kimberley Chamber of Commerce members – your business name will be listed as a gold sponsor on
    website and print marketing. As a thank-you, your business will receive one ticket to the arena concert and a threeday pass to Julyfest ($60 value).

    JulyFest Sponsorship Information

    Published on 21-May-2015 by The Chamber JulyFest Sponsorship Information

    New for 2015 is our business sponsorship program. Include your business at this great community event for as little
    as $100 for Kimberley Chamber of Commerce members – your business name will be listed as a gold sponsor on
    website and print marketing.

    As a thank-you, your business will receive one ticket to the arena concert and a three-day pass to Julyfest ($60 value). 

    View the full PDF at the Kimberley JulyFest website: http://www.kimberleyjulyfest.com/_assets/pdf/jfest_SponsorshipOpportunities.pdf

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    Busking Bylaw Modification

    Published on 21-May-2015 by The Chamber Busking Bylaw Modification

    The Chamber would like to hear from you about allowing busking in Kimberley. We are working with City management to identify a model that will increase vibrancy through the arts including musicians, performance artists, and entertainers. Please contact the chamber at: manager@kimberleychamber.com

    Busking Bylaw Modification

    Published on 21-May-2015 by The Chamber Busking Bylaw Modification

    The Chamber would like to hear from you about allowing busking in Kimberley.  We are working with City management to identify a model that will increase vibrancy through the arts including musicians, performance artists, and entertainers.  Please contact the chamber at: manager@kimberleychamber.com

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    July Business after Business

    Published on 21-May-2015 by The Chamber July Business after Business

    July’s Business After Business will be hosted at Cherry Creek Properties (next to Mark Creek Market) on Mark Street. Chris and Laurie Weitzel and their staff look forward to your attendance on July 9th, from 5-7 p.m.

    July Business after Business

    Published on 21-May-2015 by The Chamber July Business after Business

    July’s Business After Business will be hosted at Cherry Creek Properties (next to Mark Creek Market) on Mark Street.  Chris and Laurie Weitzel and their staff look forward to your attendance on July 9th, from 5-7 p.m.

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    June Business after Business

    Published on 21-May-2015 by The Chamber June Business after Business

    June’s Business After Business will be hosted by Kootenay Shade Works and the Burrito Grill on June 18th, from 5-7 p.m. The Burrito Grill have their $2 taco specials as well as drink specials for the event. Brian Conn of Kootenay Shade Works will be promoting their shade products, including south exposure and retractable awning or Solar window coverings, and more.

    June Business after Business

    Published on 21-May-2015 by The Chamber June Business after Business

    June’s Business After Business will be hosted by Kootenay Shade Works and the Burrito Grill on June 18th, from 5-7 p.m.  The Burrito Grill have their $2 taco specials as well as drink specials for the event.  Brian Conn of Kootenay Shade Works will be promoting their shade products, including south exposure and retractable awning or Solar window coverings, and more.

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    Business After Business May 20 - Telus

    Published on 05-May-2015 by The Chamber Business After Business May 20 - Telus

    Did you want to learn more about how Telus’ investment into Kimberley with fibre optic can affect your business?

    Business After Business May 20 - Telus

    Published on 05-May-2015 by The Chamber Business After Business May 20 - Telus

    Did you want to learn more about how Telus’ investment into Kimberley with fibre optic can affect your business?  The Chamber and Telus will be hosting a Business After Business Information Session on May 20th at the first floor of the Elks Hall from 5-7 p.m.  Please note that this meeting will be on a Wednesday instead of Thursday.  Carly Jellis, Telus, will conduct a presentation how this upgrade may affect you and your company.

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    Conference Opportunity - Keeping it Rural

    Published on 17-Apr-2015 by The Chamber Conference Opportunity - Keeping it Rural

    Keeping it Rural Conference 2015

    Apply now to be one of twelve residents, sponsored by Columbia Basin Trust, to attend.

     

    The Keeping it Rural Conference will be held on May 26 - 28, 2015 at the Prestige Harbourfront Resort in Salmon Arm, BC. 

    If you care about rural communities and rural issues, the Southern Interior Beetle Action Coalition invites you to join them for three days of inspiring presentations from organizations and community leaders who have made a difference in their rural communities. The conference will include a variety of keynote speeches, six panel presentations and two concurrent workshops on Thursday. 

    Click here for the Keeping it Rural 2015 Conference Info Package. 

    HOW TO APPLY: 

    Submit a paragraph outlining why you would like to attend and how the conference could benefit you and/or your community. Applicants must be a resident of the Columbia Basin region. 

    Send your application to cbt@cbt.org with the subject line: Conference Submission by April 27, 2015. 

    Sponsorship will include conference registration and reimbursement for accommodations and transportation expenses to a maximum of $700. Notifications will be made by May 1, 2015.

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    News Release: Improved application process coming to BC PNP program

    Published on 01-Apr-2015 by The Chamber News Release: Improved application process coming to BC PNP program

    VICTORIA – B.C.'s labour market and economic development priorities will be front and centre in a redesigned Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) that will help to attract the skilled workers and investment-ready entrepreneurs needed to grow our economy, Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training and Minister Responsible for Labour Shirley Bond announced today.

    News Release: Improved application process coming to BC PNP program

    Published on 01-Apr-2015 by The Chamber News Release: Improved application process coming to BC PNP program

    VICTORIA – B.C.'s labour market and economic development priorities will be front and centre in a redesigned Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) that will help to attract the skilled workers and investment-ready entrepreneurs needed to grow our economy, Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training and Minister Responsible for Labour Shirley Bond announced today.

    Download the PDF for the full News Release

    News Release: Improved application process coming to BC PNP program News Release: Improved application process coming to BC PNP program (482 KB)

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    EK Employment Luncheon - Seats Still Available

    Published on 17-Mar-2015 by The Chamber EK Employment Luncheon - Seats Still Available

    There are still seats available for the luncheon on Thursday at BJ’s Creekside Restaurant from 12:00 – 1:00.  EK Employment will be presenting information about their programs, including: subsiding training programs, wage subsidies, Youth and student programs, and job creation opportunities. Contact the Chamber at: manager@kimberleychamber.com to RSVP your attendance.

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Latest News

    Changes at the Kimberley & District Chamber of Commerce

    Changes at the Kimberley & District Chamber of Commerce

    Published on 17-Dec-2018 by Kimberley & District Chamber of Commerce Changes at the Kimberley & District Chamber of Commerce

    To better align with the changes happening in our local business community the Kimberley & District Chamber of Commerce is undergoing a full restructure. Part of that restructuring is reviewing all agreements and re-strategizing to fully support our thriving business environment. We are dedicated to continuing to work with our members and key stakeholders to provide an exceptional level of support and services to our business community. Stay tuned as we roll out our new strategic plans and initiatives for 2019.

    Our office hours will be limited for the remainder of December, however if you require assistance please contact us at info@kimberleychamber.com.

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    Taking Care of Business - Microgrant Application

    Taking Care of Business - Microgrant Application

    Published on 09-Nov-2018 by Mike Guarnery Taking Care of Business - Microgrant Application

    Are you a local Kimberley Business passionate about promoting a healthy community? Do you have a creative idea or project that will promote healthy choices for your staff and customers? We can help! Taking Care of Business is offering microgrants for small infrastructure, healthy projects, and other creative ideas to help promote healthy workplaces. Preference will be given to projects with long-lasting, sustainable impact. Complete this application with your best ideas for a chance to receive $100 to $1000 to support your project.  Check out Healthy Kimberley's application.  E-mail completed applications to: tcobkimberley@gmail.com

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    Kimberley Business Excellence Award Results

    Kimberley Business Excellence Award Results

    Published on 25-Oct-2018 by Mike Guarnery Kimberley Business Excellence Award Results

    The Kimberley and District Chamber of Commerce held Kimberley’s annual business excellence awards on October 19th at the Kimberley Conference & Athlete Training Centre.  The event included a presentation on Disruptive Technology and its impacts on communities by Jim Harris.  Mr. Harris is a recognized authority on changes in business and changes expected to communities in the new era of shared economies within industries. 

    Congratulations to the nominees for demonstrating their impact to our community through business growth, employing residents of Kimberley and Cranbrook, and driving the economy of our City.

    Those who were recognized as the recipients are:

    Retail Business of the Year Award, Old Crow Emporium

    Best Marketing & Creative Initiative Professionals, Big Magic Design

    Business of the Year Award, Creekside Physiotherapy

    Youth Friendly Business Award, Spirit Rock Climbing Center

    Employer of the Year, Save On Foods

    Stan Salikin Community Impact Award, Michelle & Eric Forbes, Kimberley Medieval Festival

    Trades Business or Person of the Year, Tyee Custom Homes

    Food and Beverage Industry Excellence Award, The Old Bauernhaus

    Environmental Stewardship Excellence Award, Grow Tea & Elixir

    Employee of the Year Award Bev Anderson, Zen Mountain Float + Wellness

    Entrepreneur of the Year, Paper & Cup

    Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Jill Bentley-Lobban

    Tourism Excellence Award Karen Rempel, Rocky Mountain Event Planners

    Home Business of the Year  Mike Kurucz, Mortgage Architects

    Kimberley Chamber Member of the Year  Chantel Delaney, Sprout Health Market

     

    Thank to our Kimberley Business Excellence Award Gala Sponsors:

    Columbia Basin Trust

    Telus

    Hyrciuk Gallinger Certified General Accountants

    Community Futures East Kootenay

    Business Development Bank of Canada

    The Jim Pattison Broadcast

    BDO Canada

    EK Employment

    Darren Close, EK Reality Royal LePage

    Tumbled Earth

    Koocanusa Publications/ Kootenay Business Magazine

    Rockies Law

    City of Kimberley

    Black Press / Kimberley Daily  Bulletin

    Resort of the Canadian Rockies

    Tourism Kimberley

     

     

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