Monthly archive for November 2020

For her first official address, the Surrey Board of Trade will host Dr. Joy Johnson, the new President and Vice-Chancellor of Simon Fraser University.Dr. Joy Johnson will speak on SFU Surrey's growth and contribution to economic development and economic recovery for youth, Surrey, and businesses. Dr. Johnson will also introduce Surrey-based researchers to discuss the impact

As many British Columbians look forward to observing Diwali this week, the Surrey Board of Trade is urging all residents and businesses to adhere to health and safety protocols.“Do not gather inside or outside of your home or business to celebrate Diwali,” said Anita Huberman, CEO, Surrey Board of Trade. “With the important event

The Surrey Board of Trade has released the Surrey Pulse Survey today, which gives the only on-the-ground snapshot of how Surrey businesses are doing during the COVID-19 pandemic.“Surrey businesses are resilient,” said Anita Huberman, CEO, Surrey Board of Trade. “But there are challenges to survive this pandemic. If provincial health orders shut down segments

The Surrey Board of Trade, in conjunction with Human Capital Strategies, through the Surrey Pandemic Rapid Response Business Centre releases their latest Surrey Business Leadership Perspective on the BC Labour Force Survey for October 2020.Since April 2020, the job recovery in Canada and BC has continued but is slowing, with less growth in jobs in October

-Surrey Board of Trade Congratulates 2020 Surrey Business Excellence Award Winners at Digital Event Last NightSurrey, B.C. – On Thursday, November 5, 2020, the Surrey Board of Trade recognized eight winners at the 22nd Annual Surrey Business Excellence Awards – the Resiliency Edition, with Presenting TD Bank, and media sponsors CKNW, Global BC and the Surrey NOW-Leader. This year’s digital event was led by Master of Ceremonies Jay Janower of Global BC.