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St. John's Board of Trade

St. John's Board of Trade
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The St. John’s Board of Trade is Newfoundland and Labrador’s business advocate. We are a community of more than 700 members, combining the collective power of industries, sectors, and diverse perspectives. Together, we’re developing a thriving business community in St. John’s.

We exist to serve our members across a variety of sectors and industries, and advocate on their behalf. We are a driving force of progress in our community. To put it simply, our job is to foster growth, innovation, and success for all. We do this by:

- Bringing smart solutions for challenging times.
- Serving as a catalyst for business opportunity and connection.
- Connecting business leaders with big ideas.
- Advocating for conditions that allow all businesses to succeed.
- Providing the tools and information our members need to elevate their business.

We are a member of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce the primary and vital link between business and the federal government, to advocate for public policies that will foster a strong, competitive economic environment that benefits businesses, communities, and families across Canada.

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Business Resilience 2021 (Photo by David Howells)
Business Resilience 2021 (Photo by David Howells)
Business Resilience 2021 (Photo by David Howells)
Business Resilience 2021 (Photo by David Howells)
Business Resilience 2021 (Photo by David Howells)
Business Resilience 2021 (Photo by David Howells)

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Release Date: March 09, 2022
Release Date: December 15, 2021
Release Date: August 10, 2021

Rep/Contact Info

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AnnMarie Boudreau
CEO
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Jennifer Chaytor
Manager of Finance
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Shanelle Clowe
Manager of Communications
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Chris Kane
Member Relations Coordinator
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Katrina Kum
Director of Business Development and Member Success

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