Women in business networking at first monthly luncheon

Join us, the "Women in Business" for our first monthly luncheon on Nov. 13 at the Wells Gray Inn

Editor, The Times:

Are you a woman that operates your own business? Interested in starting a Business? Managing a business? Or just interested in networking with like-minded business individuals?

Join us, the “Women in Business” for our first monthly luncheon on Nov. 13 at the Wells Gray Inn and listen to inspirational women from different industries share their journeys of leadership, how they overcame obstacles along the way, and the best tips for success they have ever received. Ultimately, their stories of success and wisdom become ours to share.

The luncheon will be 12 p.m. – 2 p.m., will begin with introductions, guest speaker/s, and followed up with networking. You will be responsible for paying for your own lunch, however we would appreciate it if you could call or email if you are interested in coming, so that there will be plenty of chairs for everyone.  ntwomeninbusiness@gmail.com

Fay 250-674-2700 or Larissa 250-674-1514

Don’t forget your business cards.

Fay McCracken

Clearwater, B.C.


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