Businesses have suffered greatly over the last 19 months and continue to face unprecedented cash flow constraints and uncertainty. Many have operated under reduced capacity for a significant amount of time and have had to hire additional staff to verify documents or to implement new staff for security purposes because of the COVID-19 vaccine certificate requirements. In addition, due to travel restrictions and the closure of the US-Canada border, tourism has been at an all-time low, further impacting these businesses.
LowerysWednesday, October 17 | 4:30 - 5pm
This free event is open to Members only
Registration is required
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
4:30 – 5pm
540 Central Ave
Looking to hone your networking skills? Register now for this learning event hosted by our friends at BDC. Held right before our October After Business at Lowerys, this workshop will offer tips, tricks and insights to help you engage effectively with other members of the business community and make sure you’re remembered for all the right reasons.
Please register in advance for this event, and plan to stay for After Business to apply what you’ve learned!
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