At the Calgary Chamber, we exist to help you succeed and your business grow and thrive.
As we near the end of 2021, we are reflecting on the past year and what lies ahead. In this edition of Influence, we tackle some of the critical conversations that are happening: mental health, buying local and digital connectivity. We also explore what it will take to attract new opportunity and investment to Alberta, as a vital power source for economic recovery.
On behalf of our team, thank you for choosing the Calgary Chamber as your source of connection, inspiration and influence. We look forward to supporting your success in 2022 and beyond.
President and CEO, Calgary Chamber of Commerce
In this issue
From the CEO's Desk
2021 year in review
Deborah Yedlin shares highlights of the past year and exciting initiatives for our business community in 2022.
The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered a worldwide mental health crisis. It is affecting each one of us, whether we know it or not. Learn more about how you can foster a positive workplace and support employee mental health.
Riding the “spectrum” waves to better connect Canada
Our lives are more virtual than ever, and meeting the demands of an increasingly interconnected world is now a global priority. Dive deeper into what spectrum waves are, and how we foster competition while ensuring our valuable and limited airwaves are used to their full potential.
'Tis the season to shop local: making this season’s gifts truly one-of-a-kind
With major supply chain challenges, chances are high the gifts you planned to order this holiday season may be stuck on a boat or truck or in a shipping container. With local businesses needing an extra boost, shopping local may be all it takes to make this season truly one-of-a-kind.