Bridges to Better Business and Small Business Week pay tribute to the significant contribution that small and medium-sized businesses make to our economy.
"Small Business Week and the Bridges to Better Business Conference underpin our thriving business community and the fact that Greater Sudbury understands the value of entrepreneurship, the value of networking and the value of celebrating our successes," said Greater Sudbury Mayor Marianne Matichuk. "I’m pleased to see our city giving small businesses the opportunity to work together to move our city forward."
There are 10 free seminars taking place throughout the week to educate small business owners about the many facets involved in operating a business. The Chamber of Commerce After Business is taking place during the week and the celebration comes to an end at the Entrepreneur Panel Luncheon on Friday, Oct. 25 from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
For $30, participants will have the opportunity to listen to local entrepreneurs as they share their stories.
The 14th Annual Bridges to Better Business Conference is an information-packed week and one-of-a-kind peer-to-peer networking event that brings together businesses in various stages of development for an open exchange of ideas, advice, and feedback.
Visit www.regionalbusiness.ca/bridges to register and for more information. Those interested in attending this year’s Bridges to Better Business can contact the Regional Business Centre at 705-688-7582.