Messages from the Founders
We celebrated our 14th Year Anniversary on Wednesday 15th November, 2017. What an achievement, something that started as an idea to help people who wanted to start a business or who were already in business. Dave Ockwell-Jenner and myself knew that the networking opportunites offered all those years ago were fitting a niche but left out a large majoririty of business owners.
We are delighted to announce Shawn Marshall, Detective Computer Cyber Crime, Toronto, Canada, will be our guest speaker on Wednesday November 15th, 7.30m, Kitchener, City Hall.
Shawn will be sharing Current Trends in Cyber Investigations for Business Owners, which is a very current topic and one all business owners should be aware of.
September will soon be here and we, the Small Business Community Network (SBCN) will be ready to go with our Fall networking events and awesome presenter. Steve Orr will be our presenter on the 20th September and his topic wil be Print Material for address and unaddressed admail.
We start the evening off at 7pm with registration, free refreshments and a chance to catch up with each other.
Register to attend and discover the true essence of business networking at the SBCN event in September.
Today we are proud to share a wonderful initiative our awesome sponsors TELUS are sharing - TELUS #MillionHours for Canada's 150th.
Join TELUS by pledging an hour of your time towards a cause you’re passionate about.
To find out more check out the information here: https://community.telus.com/million-hours-of-giving/
Your success is our goal. We strive to support, educate, mentor, assist and offer you the best business and social networking experience that can be offered. The SBCN is a relationship based organization serving business owners for the past 13 years. Based in Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada, we serve businesses Canada wide online, and the United Kingdom online. Locally we host monthly business networking events at Kitchener City Hall, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.
We're really proud to be considered as one of the top networking organizations for small business. Take a look at the video below to find out why YOU should choose the Small Business Community Network (SBCN).
The Small Business Community Network - Your connection to the small biz community. Connecting communities, connecting people.
If you are not networking, you are not working. The Small Business Community Network (SBCN) assists people who are in transition, and looking to work for a different organization. We also assist new and established business owners, as well as students who know the benefit of building relationships early.