Founded in 1983, the Francophone Chamber of Commerce of Vancouver (CCFV) is a non-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting the economic development of the Francophone and Francophile community within the Greater Vancouver area.
The CCFV works every day to help and support entrepreneurs et business owners in the region, in particular through the organization of business events, networking activities, conferences, and workshops.
With these activities, the CCFV helps stimulate the development of Francophone entrepreneurship in British Columbia. It therefore aims to:
• promote networking and partnerships between Francophone entrepreneurs in Greater Vancouver
• support skills and leadership development
• promote its members and support their growth
In recent years, the CCFV has experienced a rapid growth, and has today more than a hundred members and partners to its credit.
The CCFV is managed by a Board of Directors composed of seven members, supported by a permanent part-time contractor for communications. It strengthens its presence by collaborating with the different levels of government, the Francophone and Anglophone business community, and more broadly with the local community.
The mission of the CCFV is to bring together and represent the Francophone and Francophile business community within the Greater Vancouver area, in order to promote the growth and the economic contribution of its members.
The Board of Directors implements the strategy, initiatives and activities that meet the needs of the members as well as those of Vancouver’s Francophone and Francophile business community.
For 40 years, the CCFV has been helping et supporting Francophone and Francophile entrepreneurs and business owners, by organizing business events, networking activities, conferences, and workshops.
By 2024, the CCFV will be recognized as a key pillar of the Greater Vancouver’s economic sector, thanks to its members, partners, and the quality of its activities.