Chamber introduces video conferencing

It’s the next best thing to meeting face-to-face.

The Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce has introduced video conferencing, now available in its boardroom for members and businesses who want to take their meetings beyond the boardroom table.

“We are very pleased to have video conference equipment for the Langley business community to use to connect with business contacts who are not in the same community,” said  Chamber president Denni Bonetti.

“From our boardroom you can connect across the province to anywhere in the world.”

The Chamber’s video equipment will allow businesses to host or participate in video conference calls; attend workshops, training or skills development sessions; and reduce travel/operational costs.

The Chamber is offering its members a 50 per cent discount on the going rate. Per hour, the rental fee is $50 plus HST for Chamber members and $100 plus HST for  non-members.

For more information or to book the video conference system, please contact the Chamber office at 604-530-6656 or info@langleychamber.com. More information can also be found at www.langleychamber.com.

 

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