Mind to Market; business expo at St. Eugene

Mind to Market; business expo at St. Eugene

Mind to Market; business expo at St. Eugene

Mind to Market, this year’s business expo is coming to the St. Eugene Mission Resort on Thursday, November 9 from 5 to 9 p.m. This is a free event, jointly sponsored by the Kimberley and Cranbrook Chambers, the City of Kimberley, St. Eugene Mission and Telus.

The is one stop sopping for business people, or as Mike Guarnery from the Kimberley Chamber puts it, “Find out who need to talk to about what”.

Garner is very pleased that 29 organizations have signed up for a table at Mind to Market.

“We’ve got event planners, tech people, access to capital, employment and training, employer benefits. It’s quite a good list.”

Singed up to provide information are 1. Business Network International 2. Kimberley & District Chamber of Commerce 3. City of Kimberley 4. Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce 5. POS n Go 6. Community Futures East Kootenay / BDC 7. The Ground Floor 8. Basin Business Advisors 9. Telus 10. Koocanusa Publications – Kootenay Business Magazine 11. Sunlife Chamber Benefit Plans 12. Big Magic Design Marketing 13. Metis Employment & Training Kootenay Region 14. Industry Training Authority 15. Women’s Enterprise Centre 16. BDO 17. Imagine Kootenay 18. Suite Apps 19. Entrepreneurs with Disabilities 20. BC Works 21. Ktunaxa Employment & Training 22. BC 55+ Summer Games 23. Junior Achievement 24. Rockies Law 25. St. Eugene Mission Resort Business Events 26. Desk & Chair Solutions 27. College of the Rockies Continuing Education 28. Isosceles Technology

Complementary appetizers will be served at 6:15 p.m. and there is a no host bar.

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