Luncheons encourage women entrepreneurs

Whether you operate your own business, interested in starting your own business, or manage a business, you are invited to participate

Members of the North Thompson Women in Business board of directors pose for a photograph. Pictured are (l-r) treasurer Kate Cullinane

The North Thompson Women in Business (NTWIB) luncheons are up and running again for the year. We meet on the last Monday of the month at the Wells Gray Inn at noon.

Everyone is welcome. Whether you operate your own business, interested in starting your own business, or manage a business, you are invited to participate in the NTWIB. We have a full executive and are ready to continue promoting all businesses in the North Thompson valley.

We have a small drop in fee and you are responsible for your own lunch.

We sponsor a website that is open to all businesses, small or large, in the valley. You do not have to be a woman or belong to the NTWIB to advertise on our site.

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

We will be sponsoring our second annual Business Expo in the spring. Again, it is open to all businesses.

We will also be sponsoring a Facebook page that every business in the North Thompson Valley will be able to advertise your business and upcoming events.

Fay McCracken, vice president

North Thompson Women in Business

 

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