Incorporated in 1998, the Chinese Business Chamber of Canada (CBCC) is a non-profit organization serving the Mandarin Chinese business community in Canada. Representing over 1300 manufacturers, importers/exporters, wholesalers, retailers, sales agents, doctors, lawyers, accountants, and other business professionals, we are the largest Chinese business association in Canada.
CBCC members, mostly Mandarin Chinese Canadians, are well established in Canada. Our recent survey indicates that 98% of them have university degrees; 87% have been operating their businesses in Canada for three or more years; and 74% own their own homes. They are mostly concentrated in the Toronto (GTA), Montreal, and Vancouver areas.
Our major functions/services can summarized by four words: 1) Voice, serving as a voice for the interest of Chinese business in Canada. 2) Information; providing business info to our members and with its own Business Information Centre where members can search for business opportunities and other business information. 3) Networking, organizing and sponsoring all kinds of events include networking events, seminars, conferences, trade shows, and trade missions. 4) Benefits, providing group benefits for members.
The CBCC is managed by the Board Directors who are elected by members. Current Board members and executives are as follows:
Members of the Board:
President: Leona Xing
Vice President: David Chen, Spencer Chen, Sean Hu, Sally Lin, Stephen Liu, Sunny Sheng, and Tony Wang.
Treasurer: Spencer Chen
Secretary: Lance Mao
Chair of the Board: Benson Wong
Executive Director: Sean Hu
Chair - Public Relations Committee: Richard Tang
Chair - Event Committee: Perry Li
Chair - Member Service Committee: Sunny Sheng
Chair - Information Committee: James Jin
Chair - China Trade Committee: Jeff Liu
Chair - Canada-China Investment Committee: Stephen Liu
Chair - Business Ethics Committee: Wei Liu
Chair - Business Development Committee: Spencer Chen
Chair - Training Committee: Lance Mao
Chair - E-commerce Committee: Hengming Liu
See CBCC's By-laws.