Toronto Chinese Business Association 多倫多華商會
Established in 1972
The Toronto Chinese Business Association (TCBA), a non-profit and the first Chinese business association, was established in 1972 in Greater Toronto. It looks after the economic well-being of Chinese businesses and acts as representative in liaison with all levels of Government. It is a major force in promoting and assisting corporations to make inroad into the Chinese markets and helping Chinese Canadian businesses to reach out to the mainstream. It has been building bridges of understanding between all multicultural communities for the past four decades. Its mission strives to advance the economic well-being and commercial interests of Chinese Canadian businesses and to foster the network between Chinese business community, the mainstream and other ethnic business communities.
Its objectives is to provide fellowship and harmony among members engaged in trade and commerce and to advance the commercial and economic interests of Chinese Canadian businesses in Toronto; to take an active interest and participate in social welfare of the Chinese Canadian community.
TCBA has contributed tremendously to the improvement of the quality of life in Chinatown. It has been proactively responsive to the concerns raised by the Chinese community. Over the years, TCBA has been dedicated to create a healthy and sustainable environment for Chinese Businesses in Toronto.
Business Seminar 2022
TCBA 2022 Crypto to NFT Webinar
Date: March 23, 2022 6:00pm
Speaker: Hanjin Tan
Producer/Actor: David Ma, Partner at Blaney McMurtry LLP
Moderators: Annie Chan, Director, TCBA
Gilbert Wong, 3rd VP, TCBA
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CONFEDERATION OF GREATER TORONTO CHINESE BUSINESS ASSOCIATION (CGTCBA)
CGTCBA was jointly incorporated in 1998 by four business associations – Mississauga (MCBA), Richmond Hill & Markham (RHMCBA), Scarborough York Region (SYRCBA) and Toronto (TCBA). The formation of this Confederation marked an important step towards the unity of the Chinese businesses. CGTCBA plays a key role in promoting and bridging business and trade among the Chinese and mainstream communities, to enhance members’ competitiveness, and serves as the voice that reflects the members’ needs and concerns.
Established in 1992, the Toronto Chinese Business Association Junior Chapter (TCBA jr) is a not-for-profit volunteer organization committed to enhancing the personal and professional development of our members. Our members are young Canadians between the ages of 18 to 36 from various professional, ethnic, and religious backgrounds.
TCBA Jr. hosts and subsidizes events which emphasize career growth, cultural awareness and community involvement. We organize business seminars and social functions, support fundraising for charitable organizations, and participate in cultural affairs.
With over three hundred members, we offer our members access to a large network of other young professionals and business partners in professional and social settings.