The sunset over the tundra. Photo: Tony Eetak
The sunset over the tundra. Photo: Tony Eetak

Kivalliq chamber invites corporate sponsors

Join the Kivalliq Chamber of Commerce as corporate champions and sponsors to drive change and shape new opportunities. New online web site to offer sponsorship opportunities for impactful economic collaboration and northern innovation.

As proud members and volunteers with the Kivalliq Chamber of Commerce through our work with Manitoba non-profit Niriqatiginnga, it’s great to see KCC launch its new support and sponsorship page this week. As projects, organizations and activities across Kivalliq and Manitoba regions continue to grow, there’s an important need to bring corporate sponsors and communities together.

KCC was incorporated in 1979 and will celebrate its 45th anniversary in 2024. That mission continues today, as the Chamber continues to advocate and push for the interests of the Kivalliq business community.

As one of Nunavut’s largest and longest-serving Chambers of Commerce, its events and programming provides unique opportunities for businesses and organizations to build on this year’s Kivalliq Energy Forum and Northern Perspectives Conference theme of strengthening relationships. There’s growing interest across both Kivalliq and Manitoba regions in pursuing collaborative partnerships.

To support this exciting journey, KCC is looking for those bold and adventurous companies and organizations to visit its new support and sponsorship page.

For the next three years, the Chamber of Commerce is taking steps to increase member participation and community engagement through new economic opportunities. This ranges from the arts and cultural economy to food systems innovation, supply chains, climate change adaptation and the revitalization of economic infrastructure. As part of its digital rejuvenation efforts, KCC is also planning to pilot an arts and cultural entrepreneurship marketplace. They are also planning to launch a survey series and a raft of other cool activities.

We’re thankful to the Kivalliq Chamber of Commerce for supporting our community based and participatory arts and research projects and we hope others will support their efforts. Check out the great work they’re doing at:

Picture of @1860 Winnipeg Arts

@1860 Winnipeg Arts

@1860 Winnipeg Arts is a small, community-driven arts entrepreneurship and cultural entrepreneurship program in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Our program began with a pilot program aimed at building organizational capacity for digital arts administration, skills development and training. It is supported by the non-profit organization Niriqatiginnga.

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