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SBOT appoints Arvinder Singh Bubber as honorary director

Arvinder Bubber -  Submitted photo
Arvinder Bubber
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The Surrey Board of Trade has appointed Mr. Arvinder Singh Bubber honourary director of its Board of Directors for 2014-2015.

Bubber will assist with special projects and provide advice on the Surrey Board of Trade’s advocacy initiatives and position papers.

The Surrey Board of Trade, in accordance with their bylaws, can appoint up to two directors to their Board.

“I am pleased and honored that the Surrey Board of Trade has provided me an honorary director’s appointment. I look forward to working together with them in building an economically stronger Surrey, locally and internationally,” said Arvinder Bubber.

Kevin Falcon was also appointed as an honorary director.

Previous Surrey Board of Trade Honorary Directors include Wally Oppal, Jock Finlayson and Michael Levy.

Arvinder Bubber is the Chancellor of Kwantlen Polytechnic University and Member of SFU’s India Advisory Council.

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