Ambassadors

What is a Board of Trade Ambassador?
The Ambassadors are group of professionals from various backgrounds who serve as liaisons with our members. The goal of the Ambassadors is to encourage meaningful participation in the board’s programs and services for new members in an effort to build member commitment and increase member retention.

What do Ambassadors do?
Ambassadors…

  • attend monthly meetings (last Thursday of every month, 8:30 – 9:30 a.m.)
  • play a visible role at all the Board of Trade functions
  • recruit other Ambassadors
  • recruit other members
  • call and visit members throughout the year to encourage involvement and ensure the board is meeting their needs
  • communicate and help promote Board of Trade benefits to the members
  • serve a two year term
  • have FUN, and so much more!

Why become a Board of Trade Ambassador?
Ambassadors enjoy unique privileges and benefits including:

  • exclusive nametags identifying themselves as Ambassadors
  • discounted event offers (luncheons only)
  • complimentary business news profiles
  • increased profile in the general community through attendance as Ambassadors at Board of Trade and community events
  • great business exposure for the ambassador and their employers
  • always involved and kept current on what is going on within the community

If you require any further information or are interested in becoming an ambassador, please contact us at mail@bot.nf.ca or call 726-2961.

Please note that a limited number of Ambassadors are chosen each year. Every application will be considered, but not all may be successful. Thank you for your interest in helping promote and grow the St. John’s Board of Trade.

Become an Ambassador
If you’re a Board of Trade member who wants to make new contacts, help others gain business exposure and share the benefits and excitement of the St. John’s Board of Trade membership, click to download a pdf application form. Together we can maintain a strong and vibrant business community. If you have any questions, please contact us at mail@bot.nf.ca or call 726-2961.