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March is Fraud Prevention Month.“The Surrey Board of Trade reminds businesses, organizations, and residents to focus on fraud prevention,” said Anita Huberman, CEO, Surrey Board of Trade. “Especially during the pandemic with an increase in online transactions we must be vigilant in preventing cybercrime.”Fraudsters are using increasingly sophisticated methods to target people of

The Surrey Board of Trade, in partnership with the Presidents Group, is offering a newly developed certificate training program to help employers build their skills and confidence in hiring and managing people with disabilities.The Creating Accessible Workplaces Certificate is a free 5-part course that can be completed online at your own pace. Each module

The Surrey Board of Trade, in partnership with the Presidents Group, is offering a newly developed certificate training program to help employers build their skills and confidence in hiring and managing people with disabilities.The Creating Accessible Workplaces Certificate is a free 5-part course that can be completed online at your own pace. Each module

On this Pink Shirt Day, we formally recognize that bullying and harassment has no place in our life, and for the Surrey Board of Trade within our industry mandate, no place in the workplace. This day serves as a reminder that bullying continues to be a major issue that impacts not only the psychological well

The Canadian Government asked for public input for Budget 2021. The Surrey Board of Trade submission follows the requested theme guidelines by the federal government which include:1.     Growing the economy;2.     How to determine whether Canada’s economy is recovering from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic;3.     COVID-19’s impact on employment and earnings;4.    

The Surrey Board of Trade released the results of its 5th Annual Surrey Road Survey.“We need planning and action that anticipates needs and that results in infrastructure construction well in advance of increased demand, not long after the capacity is exceeded,” said Anita Huberman, CEO of the Surrey Board of Trade.Patterns are beginning

The Surrey Board of Trade asks the BC Government and the Provincial Health Officer to consider utilizing unique spaces such as banquet halls, cinema spaces, and others as vaccination sites.Many large venue spaces are currently shut down with no revenue being generated due to provincially mandated shutdowns. These businesses are losing thousands of dollars…