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Our Core Values
The Enderby & District Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization pivoting toward Registered Non-Profit Status in 2020. We have decided to pivot to Registered Non-Profit Status as part of our commitment to providing business services, training, support and economic development and diversification services for all residents in our region.
Our organization has over thirty years of experience in our local community, with a wealth of positive, supportive relationships amongst our local businesses, sole proprietorships and partners in government. The EDCC is dedicated to providing access to business opportunities and improved economic stability for all in our area, and are proud to offer support and assistance at any level of business, be it planning, expansion or day-to-day business and ongoing economic development needs.
At the center of our work is the firm belief that it is only through economic independence, diversity and stability that individuals, communities and regions thrive. In order to promote the stability of our region- and indeed, all of British Columbia- the EDCC is therefore dedicated to the development, promotion, support and interactivity of local sole proprietorships, micro-businesses and our larger economic partners in industry and government. With the ability to earn and interact in one’s local community, comes respect, prosperity and resilience- all values at the core of the Enderby & District Chamber of Commerce.
Rules & Guidelines
- . The EDCC provides access to economic development opportunities regardless of race, creed, gender identity, marital status, family status, nationality, orientation or mental or physical disability. We offer membership opportunities that are flexible and adaptive, and also provide a number of events, seminars and training initiatives open to the public who may have a less-focused business interest. The above mandate is accomplished through specific, open, one-on-one interaction and inclusion in all of our public seminars, training, events and networking opportunities through our public groups and meetings. We provide access to all available resources we have to hand to our member businesses and individuals, as well as promote freely any networking, relationship-building or other support services to all our members in our community.
- In our public events, Enderby & District Chamber of Commerce creates a positive and supportive atmosphere in order to foster economic diversity, stability and development between businesses and between individuals. Inclusivity of all who attend our public groups and meetings, with a nurturing and supportive environment for all to develop their economic vision, is paramount.
- Any discriminatory, intimidating, bullying or other derogatory behaviour, writing or speech, whether against a member of the EDCC, an individual attempting to obtain economic development for themselves or others, or a member of the general public that is posted publicly on our page(s), is strictly prohibited. Such language, action, word, deed or written posting is grounds for immediate removal of said posting from any public group or page(s) connected to the EDCC. The EDCC mandate is to support with positivity our member businesses, local humanitarian groups and individuals in their search for economic well-being and stability. Our platform(s), as inclusive ones, engage in a strict policy of positive business and regional support. Any other commentary, promotion, manipulation, spamming or other co-opting of our online resources, is a violation of our policy, our mission statement, and our commitment to business-focused, economic development services.
To further continued harmony of public events and online pages, any member business, recipient of service or member of the public may contact the EDCC at email@example.com at any time to discuss perceived instances of bullying, harassment, abuse or other intimidation, on any of our platforms.
The EDCC is committed to a positive, inclusive business and economic development experience for all in its region, and as such, maintains a strict focus on its positive promotion of local businesses and economic education and development; development of economic awareness, training and support initiatives; and most of all, a business-centered space for the development of all positive economic dreams in our region.