First dinner meeting Monday October 16th 2006. Registration 6.30 - 7.00 pm. Dinner 7.00 pm, Program 7.45 - 9.00 pm. Rosedale Room, The Waterloo Inn, 475 King Street North, Waterloo. Members $30, Non-members $35. Featurning guest speaker Karen Redman, MP Kitchener Centre to speak on Women in Politics.
Adele Alfano Canada's Diamond Coach will be launching her new keynote ICE, ICE, BABY! Discovering Your Inner Bling. How bright do you sparkle? Join Adele and her guests in a guaranteed fun-filled evening and discover your inner bling!
Wednesday November 29th, 2006, Burlington Holiday Inn. www.KissMyTiara.Ca
For more information contact Rose Keating at email@example.com
As the SBCN is a networking group I find it beneficial to pass on information about small business owners I have worked with and maybe the visitors to this site will take a look at the websites posted here and in the future may well find they need to use the particular businesses themselves.
One such business is owned by Tamara Gollob and is called Classique Decor www.classiquedecor.ca.
The Small Business Community Network has gone pink for October! Countless web sites across the Internet are turning their pages pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month.
You can find out more at: http://pinkforoctober.org/
Communitech is offering its popular Chapter 4 networking sessions as part of Entrepreneur Week on October 5th. You can register for these free sessions, held in the ballroom at Bingemans, via the Communitech web site.
This is a great chance to network with other entrepreneurs in the area and get tips and advice from industry experts in the fields of:
- Sales & Marketing
- Human Resources
- Legal & Accounting
- Funding & Finance
- Business Management & Leadership
Please do not get into the frame of mind that breast cancer only occurs in the month of October. There are so many awareness initiatives out there these days it is hard to realise that real people actually go through the challenges of cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and other such health challenges. Sometimes we get so tied up in al the initiatives out there to raise awareness or fundraise we forget why we started in the first place.
Well I can sigh with relief, the fashion show I co-chaired with Melissa my daughter is over! What a success it was, almost 500 tickets sold, the first event Melissa and I had ever attempted and the praise in emails or telephone calls keeps coming. Obviously we did not arrange this fashion show for praise but I believe everyone likes a thank you or a pat on the back indicating a job well done. The Runway for the Cure: Our Vision of Hope was a new initiative bringing awareness about Breast Cancer to the publics attention during Think Pink Week here in Ontario ,Canada.
UNICEF Canada supports a national education program to engage Canadian educators and young people in understanding, responding to, and taking action for children’s rights and global development. Speakers educate the public about global issues and UNICEF’s work for the world’s children and issue a call to action for people to get involved with UNICEF through volunteering or fundraising initiatives.