CANADIAN BLACK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOLDS VIRTUAL SUMMIT TO SAVE COVID-19 AFFECTED BUSINESSES
04/22/2020

Friday, April 24th 2020, The CBCC Virtual Summit will be highlighting Covid-19 related business and wellness speakers for 30 minutes sessions from 12pm - 7pm.

Online PR News – 22-April-2020 – Toronto, Ontario – THE CANADIAN BLACK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOLDS INTERNATIONAL VITUAL BUSINESS AND WELLNESS SUMMIT TO SAVE BUSINESSES AFFECTED BY COVID-19

Toronto, Ontario – April 21, 2020 – The Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization that originated in April 25th 2019, focusing on the commerce and economic development within the Black Diaspora. Instead of an anniversary celebration, the CBCC will be supporting the black and micro business community affected by the Covid-19 pandemic through the #saveblackbusinesses initiative. The internationally hosted, Virtual Summit will emphasize on business and wellness as they relate to the affects of the current pandemic. It will feature high-profile business leaders, celebrities, and health experts virtually conferenced in from around the world.
Friday, April 24th 2020, The CBCC Virtual Summit will be highlighting speakers for 20 - 30 minute sessions from 12pm - 7pm. On April 24th - Black Business Summit featuring Keynote speaker business leader and chair of the Canadian Black Parliamentarian Caucus, MP Greg Fergus. The CBCC’s Virtual Summit will be executed around the world by video conference designed to find out from each speaker how they’ve been impacted by COVID-19 and crucial advice for Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce members and our black business community.

The Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce is encouraging members of our community to visit http://www.balckchamber.ca to register to be an active participant to this historic event .The CBCC is also looking for sponsors for the Virtual Summit event and for their efforts to provide assistance for businesses across the country. Current sponsors include American Express, Starbucks, and the Pan African Credit Union. The sponsorship includes a virtual booth for vendors to have access to individuals and companies viewing and participating in the Virtual Summit.

The Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce promotes business excellence through cultural and social dimension. “While we commend the Government’s emergency funding response to COVID-19, the chamber asks that the Provincial and Federal government consider the unique vulnerability of black-owned businesses and allocate funding specific to black-owned micro and small businesses apart from the mainstream business.” Says Andria Barrett President of the Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce organizer of the #saveblackbusinesses.
For more information on CBCC or the Virtual Summit Anniversary Celebration: Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce contact: Pamela Gordon - 416-613-6206 info@canadianblackchamber.ca Media Contacts: James Shipp, 855-687-6222 – Direct 416-849-0948 jshipp@blackchamber.ca
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