Steve Ross, new president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce

lle-nouveau-president-jeune-chambre(Quebec) In addition to work for the preparation of the World Congress of Young Chambers of Commerce to be held in Quebec in 2016, the new president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce Quebec (JCCQ), Steve Ross, wants to work with others partners in the start-up of the new alliance between five organizations in the Quebec business world.

The JCCQ, the Chamber of Commerce of Quebec, the Corporation of industrial parks, Sage Business Mentoring and VETIQ (Voice of IT entrepreneurs in Quebec) we decided to join forces to better dynamics in the business world Quebec while focusing on entrepreneurial development.

This “alliance will optimize services to the business community, to develop specific partnerships, to pool the respective networks and to ensure greater representation of the entrepreneurial fabric,” he had said it at the time of formation of this partnership.

Moreover, Mr. Ross, Trade Commissioner at the Hôtel Château Laurier Québec, wants to invite more entrepreneurs, whether already established or in starting a business, within the Junior Chamber, not only because of services, but also to show the entrepreneurial dynamism of the Quebec City region.

In the coming months, the national convention in Calgary and the world congress in Japan, the new president will praise the merits of Quebec to hold the 2016 conference where we expect some 5,000 delegates Youth rooms worldwide. “It will be a great opening for Quebec and a chance to develop many contacts abroad, admits he speaking of benefits to the business.

The JCCQ currently 550 active members, whose average age is 32 years.

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