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About the @MarketPlace Conference

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@MarketPlace at a Glance

Take a look some of the great things happening at the @MarketPlace conference:

  • A keynote presentation from Julie Howlett of LinkedIn Canada
  • Awesome guest speakers
  • Lively panel discussion
  • Vendor Village
  • Networking
  • FREE entry into the RAM exhibit at THEMUSEUM
  • A chance to win several prizes including free memberships and an Apple iPad

Welcome: Tyler Slijboom

We're delighted to introduce the newest member of the Small Business Community Network (SBCN).

Tyler Slijboom is an Applications Developer with PI Web Solutions. If you're looking for custom web design or web applications that streamline your business processes, you'll want to speak with Tyler!

You can find Tyler's contact details in our Members Directory.

SBCN Annual Summer Social in July

Our annual summer social event is a chance for SBCN members and our friends in the small business community to celebrate the very best of the summer. Mark your calendar for Monday July 18th, 7pm - 10pm.

This year we are delighted to be hosting the event at Café M at THEMUSEUM in downtown Kitchener. We'll be enjoying a light buffet, cash bar, DJ, quiz, prizes and much more!

Want to Come Along to One of The Small Business Community Network Meetings For FREE?

Hi there, LindaOJ here, President of Motivational Steps, Co-Founder of the Small Business Community Network. I want to offer you a chance as a non-member to come along to one of our meetings completely free of charge! If you are a Member and listed on our Member Directory, you get the chance to invite one of your connections, completely free of charge!

Whats the catch I can hear you asking - I would like your help - and by helping me you also help yourself, win a great prize and come along to connect with like minded small business owners.

 

Welcome: Dorothy Fry

We're delighted to announce the newest member of the Small Business Community Network (SBCN) group.

Please join us in welcoming Dorothy Fry, Luxury Consultant with Global Wealth Trade. If you like high-end fashions then you need look no further than speaking with Dorothy. Of course many of you will already have had the pleasure of seeing some of the products available through Dorothy if you've had chance to connect with her at our recent SBCN networking events.

Steve Bentley, Member of the Small Business Showcase - Testimonial re SBCN

I've been a member of SBCN for a few years and value it as one of my most important networking groups.

SBCN's grassroots nature allows members to concentrate on forming relationships rather then just cultivating leads. I value that SBCN members are actively involved socially and I view many SBCN members as friends.

Linda and Dave, as coaches and mentors, have given greatly of their time and energy is assisting me develop my business in terms of social networking and marketing. I highly recommend SBCN as a vital part of any small business network.

Small Business Community Network Member Testimonial - Carolyn Wilker

The Small Business Community Network: A warm group of small business owners committed to growing their small businesses and sharing expertise with others. The founders, Dave and Linda Ockwell-Jenner have answered numerous questions I've had, Dave on the technical end and Linda on business coaching and networking.

Member Testimonial - Adam Smith,My IT Guy

The SBCN has been a tremendous resource for myself and the growth of My IT Guy. When I started with the SBCN in 2004 I was just starting the business and was terribly shy. Networking was not something that came naturally to me. However the friendly and welcoming group made me feel right at home, and over the years has helped me to grow out of that shell, and along the way I’ve made a wealth of valuable contacts and rich relationships.

Small Business Community Network, Waterloo Region

The Small Business Community Network group (SBCN) was founded in 2003 by Linda and Dave Ockwell-Jenner. It was felt there was a need for an organization such as the SBCN to help small business owners enter the world of networking. Our guiding principles are:

    Offer a warm welcome to both members and guests.
    We focus on building relationships of trust.
    Mentorship; helping one another grow.
    Referrals are not an expectation, but they come with time.
    We are not limited to a single member of each profession.

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