What is the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce?
The Chamber is a volunteer organization made up of professional people sharing a common goal: the economic development of the greater Charlottetown area. Small and large businesses from virtually every sector and profession form the membership.
What does the Chamber of Commerce do?
The Chamber represents and promotes members of the organization. It identifies community problems and issues affecting businesses and provides leadership to solve these problems. In this way, the Chamber accomplishes collectively what no business can do alone.
Can I send information about my business to the Chamber membership?
Yes! We have several ways to get your message to our members: advertising in our publications, bi-weekly e-newsletters, and online business directory. Member news stories can be submitted electronically through the Chamber website.
I want to join the group discounts offered through the Chamber. How do I do that?
Who can attend Chamber events?
Anyone who is employed by a member company is eligible to attend Chamber events at member discount prices. Our events are also open to the general public for a non-member rate. Free events, like our monthly Business After Hours socials, are open to all members and future members.
Can you send an email to the Chamber membership about my event?
You can advertise in our biweekly e-newsletter or post your event on the Member News page; however, we cannot distribute individual events to the Chamber membership email list. Member news stories can be submitted electronically through the Chamber website.
How can I get word of my event to the Chamber membership?
You can advertise in our e-newsletter or post your event in Member News on our website. For advertising inquiries, contact Kay Doherty, Membership Services Manager, at email@example.com or 902-628-2000 (ext. 229). Member news stories can be submitted electronically through the Chamber website.
I plan to attend an event and I have dietary restrictions. Who should I contact?
Please advise Tania Crouse Hardy, Events and Sponsorship Manager, of any dietary restrictions by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 902-628-2000 (ext. 226).
How can I volunteer with the Chamber?
How do I place an ad in the Voice of Business magazine?
For more information on advertising in Voice of Business, please contact Kay Doherty at 902-628-2000 (ext. 229) or email@example.com.
Can I add someone to my membership or the e-newsletter?
Certainly! To add someone to your membership or our e-newsletter mailing list, please log in to your Chamber account and update your account. You can also contact Sheryl MacAulay, Director of Policy and Communications at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 902-628-2000 (ext. 224).
Does the Chamber distribute or sell its membership list?
No. However, our member directory with contact information for each member is available online.
Can I have/buy the Chamber’s mailing list database to send my own emails to the Chamber’s membership list?
The Chamber does not sell or give out its membership database. You can search the online member directory, which includes contact information.
Do the Chamber's board members have offices at the Chamber?
Our Board of Directors is comprised of volunteers who hold full-time positions with local businesses — they do not have offices at the Chamber.