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|The Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce was formed in 1863, only two years after the City of Victoria was founded and has played a significant role in the Victoria region ever since. Over the years the Chamber has initiated or been involved with so many of the developments in the region’s business community including encouraging Canadian Pacific to build the landmark Empress Hotel.|
|Tourism Victoria (Greater Victoria Visitors and Convention Bureau) is a not-for-profit industry association responsible for the development and promotion of tourism in Greater Victoria.Working closely with Greater Victoria’s tourism industry, Tourism Victoria promotes and develops tourism throughout the area, to ensure the prosperity and continued long-term growth of the $1.2 billion industry.|
|The Downtown Victoria Business Association is a proactive champion for Victoria’s downtown business community, promoting sustainable economic vitality through direct action and advocacy.Downtown Victoria is welcoming, vibrant, and the preferred regional hub for business, culture, services and amenities.|
|The WestShore Chamber of Commerce is a volunteer, not-for-profit organization that exists to promote business and economic growth, advocate on behalf of local business, and participate in enriching the community.Understanding and representing the collective views of more than 500 members, the WestShore Chamber is a catalyst through which proactive business leaders and professionals can act together as one voice to affect dynamic, positive changes in the community.|
|The Victoria Advanced Technology Council(VIATeC) is the conduit that connects people, knowledge and resources to grow a successful technology sector in Greater Victoria.Since VIATeC’s inception way back in 1989, the Greater Victoria tech sector has grown to over 800 known technology companies, employing more than 13,000 people and generating in excess of $1.95 billion in annual revenues with an economic impact of $2.65 billion.|
|The WCCMT/CCMH family of schools brings together 64 years of proven success in Massage Therapy education. We’re proud of our thousands of graduates who have gone on to fulfilling, flexible careers in Massage Therapy and Spa Specialties.|
|Social Media Club‘s primary mission is to promote media literacy, promote standard technologies, encourage ethical behavior and share best practices. We bring together journalists, publishers, communications professionals, artists, amateur media creators, citizen journalists, teachers, students, tool makers, and other interested collaboraters.|