TD BUSINESS BANKING LUNCHEON with Deputy Chief Economist Derek Burleton Learn more about the impact Trump’s first 100 Days
has and will have on investment in BC and Canada. NEXT WEEK! Tuesday, April 11, 2017
11:30 am to 1:30 pm
Hollyburn Country Club 950 Cross Creek Road, West Vancouver
Topic: Donald Trump is officially more than halfway through his first 100 days in office. For better or for worse, his administration has already greatly impacted the United States, as well as the rest of the world.
Attend this special luncheon with Derek Burleton, DeputyChief Economist, TD Bank Group, to learn more about the impact of Trump’s First 100 Days has and will have on investment in BC and Canada.
Derek Burleton is Vice President and Deputy Chief Economist for TD Bank Group. In his role, he leads a team of economists that provides leading analysis on the U.S., Canadian and global economies and financial markets. Each year, he travels extensively across Canada, speaking at more than 75 events on economic and financial developments. As a respected commentator, Derek has been quoted by many media outlets – including the London Financial Times and the Economist. He also is frequently interviewed on the radio and television. He currently serves on the Queen’s University Council and the Board of the Toronto Association of Business Economists.
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
6:00 pm to 10:30 pm Hollyburn Country Club
Celebrating Business Excellence and Citizen Contribution
in our community of West Vancouver & Bowen Island
Awards Finalists 2017 (Winners will be announced at the Awards April 25th)
Citizen Lifetime Achievement Award Sponsored by Hollyburn House Liz Byrd
Michael Evison Alison Jopson
Business Person of the Year
Jackie Swanson – ROI Recreation Outfitters Inc.
Margot Ware – Shylo Home Healthcare
Young Entrepreneur of the Year (40 years old and under) Sponsored by the Great Canadian Landscaping Co.
Steven Hodge – Temper Chocolate & Pastry
Dr. Michelle Catherine Nelson - Dr. Michelle Nelson Yang Wang – Apeiron Properties Corp.
New Business of the Year Sponsored by Rotary Club of West Vancouver Sunrise
Bay Moorings Restaurant – Danilo Luca & Elena Syrovatskaya
Equinox Integrative Wellness Centre – Dr. Ashkan Jalili First Point Business Services – Claudia Flores
Small Business of the Year(1-10 employees)
Executive Education at Capilano University – Karmen Blackwood
ProHealth Natural (Health Works) – Hossein Kalali Wise Owl Montessori Childcare Inc. – Janos Stiasny
Medium Business of the Year(11-30 employees)
Blackfish Homes – David Adair, Robert Griesdale & Stuart Sanders Bowen Island Dog Ranch – Karen Munro
Union Steamship Marina – Oydis Nickle
Big Business of the Year (30+ employees) Sponsored by TD Commercial Banking
Hollyburn House – Kathy Russel & Nicole Shandler
Home Instead Senior Care – Janet Hassell
Sewell’s Marina – Megan Sewell
Film Producer and Sponsor
Gala Flower Sponsor
**Call for Raffle Donations! Would you like to donate an item to our Excellence Awards' Raffle? Here is a great chance to showcase your business to the 120+ guests attending! If you would like to donate an item please contact the Chamber office at 604-926-6614 or email Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will arrange for pick-up of the item.
Excellence Award Winners will be announced at the Excellence Awards on April 25th, 6:00 pm to 10:30 pm at the Hollyburn Country Club
Back by popular demand, the Chamber will be hosting another Business After 5: Speed Networking
Wednesday, May 17, 5-7 pm
Starbucks, Dundarave Village
Want to grow your business?
Meet new business contacts from across the North Shore? Join us for Speed Networking!- This fun networking event lets you can pitch your business to other guests while enjoying wine & appetizers. What is Speed Networking? Each person has 3 minutes to explain their business to a guest; a bell rings and it's the other guest's turn to highlight their business. Another bell rings and everyone switches tables.
New West Vancouver Business Network for Entrepreneurs launched this month
Do you want to...
take your business to the next level
network with entrepreneurs who are dedicated and enthusiastic to help you grow your business
have access to speakers, workshops, idea parties, etc.
create a thriving business?
This new Business Network Group welcomes you!
The West Vancouver Business Network, (WVBN) meets the first and third Tuesday each month at the Parc Education Centre, 2225 Marine Drive, West Vancouver, next to the Chamber office. Supported by the West Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, this meetup group will offer a special rate of $10 (includes a light breakfast) to Chamber members and guests.
NEXT MEETING: Tuesday, April 18 from 9:00am to 10:30am
Parc Education Centre, 2235 Marine Drive, West Vancouver
Guest speaker will be Doug (DA) Anderson of DA Top Talent. Topic: Are you LinkedIn Properly? Learn how to leverage LinkedIn, find out what’s new plus bonuses
Join this new session and learn how to use LinkedIn to your best advantage.
West Vancouver Business Network: Connect - Share - Learn - Grow
For further information about the WVBN or to buy tickets (cash only) contact Marina: email@example.com text 604.730.4717 direct to confirm. (Please note: as this is not a WV Chamber hosted event, tickets will not be available on the Chamber website.)
Doug is kindly offering Chamber members a free pass to the Franchise Expo this weekend (print coupon below for free admission)
Coho Society hosts Annual General Meeting April 13th
The Coho Society of the North Shore AGM will take place on Thursday April 13th at 6:30 PM - Location TBA
At the AGM members will vote for the new Board of Directors for the upcoming year. New members are welcome!
Your $10 membership fee helps the Coho Society continue their efforts to support the protection and revitalization of North Shore salmon streams and rivers.
Check out Tourism Bowen's Newsletter (click the logo) which includes lots to see and do on Bowen Island this Spring!
TransLink increases Bus Service to North Shore and Bowen Island
The biggest transportation expansion for Metro Vancouver in nearly a decade is now underway. TransLink is improving bus service across the region to reduce overcrowding, wait times, and extend hours of service. Funded by Phase One of the 10-Year Vision, bus network improvements will roll out April 24. For further information: translink.ca/servicechanges
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