The Small Business Community Network (SBCN) Showcase Member for November is Janet Benedict who has been a Regular Member for 9 years and 5 months. You can check out Janet's Member Directory to find out more about her here: https://www.sbcncanada.org/whois/4133
Messages from the Founders
Our last SBCN regular monthly networking event for 2018 takes place on Wednesday 21st November, 7pm 9pm, Kitchener City Hall, WRSBC.
Based in Waterloo Region of Ontario we will be celebrating our 15th year anniversary; the Small Business Community Network (SBCN) was co-founded by Linda Ockwell-Jenner and Dave Ockwell-Jenner in November 2003.
Sunday November 11th. A day to remember all the soldiers who fought for our freedom.
Let's work together, united, rather than argue and declare it's our way or no way. We may not be world leaders but we can lead by example.
The Thin Red Line by Harold H. Piffard from Canada in Khaki showing red poppies separating the war and peace
We know, it's only November - why are we thinking about Christmas already? Did you know that many small businesses don't have a holiday party? The SBCN spearheaded the concept of the Christmas Party for small business owners without a Christmas Party!
Our SBCN Christmas Social is a chance to unwind and enjoy the best of the holiday season. Mingle and jingle with our members and guests as we enjoy an evening of fun, festive food, a little networking, and of course the world-famous SBCN Quiz!
The SBCN Coffee Connect
SBCN Coffee Connect is the perfect way to connect with mentors and business owners over coffee.
The small business community thrives on making and maintaining connections. Go to any coffee shop and chances are you'll see people having a business meeting. So why limit yourself to meeting one person? What if we could combine multiple businesses in the same coffee shop, at the same time?
The SBCN will be celebrating our 15th year in business this November.
What do we offer you as a member of the SBCN?
The question is what do you need to assist you grow your network which in turn will lead to more sales and referrals? We can offer you many solutions once we know what your needs are.
Here are some examples of reasons why people become members of the SBCN:
We are very excited to have a very special presenter at our September 19th networking event at the WRSBC, Kitchener City Hall.
Adam Smith, MyITGuy has been the SBCN Event sponsor for the past couple of years.
For professional computer and network systems service, businesses throughout the Kitchener-Waterloo region look to My IT Guy as a reliable and trustworthy source.