Luncheon meetings help and train women entrepreneurs

The North Thompson Women in Business (NTWIB) luncheon meetings are off and running again for the year

Theresa Pelton was the guest speaker at the Sept. 26 meeting of North Thompson Women in Business. She spoke on the unpaid work experience program that Work BC is promoting for businesses in the North Thompson Valley.

The North Thompson Women in Business (NTWIB) luncheon meetings are off and running again for the year.

NTWIB has a mission to connect women to help promote healthy and professional businesses by networking with other accomplished women. Through support and learning we strive to build strong businesses. Whether you operate your own business, are interested in starting your own business or manage a business, you are invited to participate in NTWIB.

NTWIB is a community of like-minded entrepreneurial women through which you gain the support, confidence and connections to build strong growth professionally, personally and profoundly.

Our website is sponsored by NTWIB and is open to every business in the North Thompson Valley. Please contact Fay 250-674-2700 or email for more information.

We are working on sponsoring a Facebook page that every business in the North Thompson Valley will be able to advertise yourself and upcoming events.


Next meeting will be on Oct. 31, 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. at Wells Gray Inn. There is a small drop in fee and you pay for your own lunch



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