George Media announces media partnership with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce - George Media announces media partnership with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce - George Media TORONTO, April 13 /CNW/ - George Media today announced it has formed an official media partnership between its cornerstone digital B2B publication website, The Canadian Business Journal (CBJ), and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. As the Chamber's national media partner, The Canadian Business Journal will offer unparalleled exposure to the magazine's national audience by providing editorial space, web advertising, and continued onsite coverage of Canadian Chamber events. The Chamber will continue to promote its initiatives and events through CBJ on an ongoing basis. "This is a natural partnership and a step in the right direction for both the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and The Canadian Business Journal, and we are pleased to be partnering with an organization that has such a solid foundation and vital role in Canadian business," said Michael Alexander-Jones, President of George Media. About the Canadian Chamber of Commerce
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