Heather Rankin, Co-Owner and Sommelier at Obladee, a Wine Bar in Halifax tells our host about adapting their services through the pandemic and provides an inspiring look at how businesses can thrive in this new era.
Scott Moffitt, Executive Director of BioNova, the organization leading the life sciences industry in Nova Scotia, tells our host about getting approval from Health Canada on a ventilator, how to create a vaccine, and what's next for life sciences.
Special guest Consul General of Canada in San Francisco, Rana Sarkar grew up in Halifax. He chats with our host about Canada's continued supply of goods during worldwide stoppages and how Halifax could be the next Silicon Valley.
As COVID-19 made its way to Nova Scotia, Matt Benvie and his team at Evolve Fitness pivoted quickly to offer virtual workouts to their 750+ clients. They turned the workouts into a fundraiser, asked for $5 donations and raised over $65,000. All the proceeds go directly into the local economy by purchasing gift cards from local businesses.
ChamberChats is back for episode 2 with Perrin Beatty, President and CEO of the Canadian Chamber of commerce. Perrin and Pat discuss how Canadian businesses are surviving COVID-19, and how Canada can reopen their doors and welcome new investment and a stronger than ever economy.
Halifax’s favourite Mayor hops on ChamberChats to talk about the city’s response to COVID-19. Halifax Chamber of Commerce President & CEO, Patrick Sullivan and the Mayor discuss stay-at-home haircuts, essential workers, and how to reopen the city when the time comes. Recorded in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.