Comox Valley home-based businesses gathering Oct. 6

The Comox Valley Home Based Business Association (CVHBBA) is hosting its monthly meeting Oct. 6 at 6 p.m. at the Best Western Plus Westerly Inn on Cliffe Avenue in Courtenay.

The Comox Valley Home Based Business Association (CVHBBA) is hosting its monthly meeting Oct. 6 at 6 p.m. at the Best Western Plus Westerly Inn on Cliffe Avenue in Courtenay.In addition to the usual networking opportunities, each meeting also features speakers on educational topics related to small business.  Sean Murphy, RMT, owner of Valley Healing Massage and program director for the HBBA, reports that Bruce Mesman from Assistive Technology Resources for People with Disabilities will be speaking and demonstrating technologies that can help people with disabilities integrate into the workplace. The membership spotlight speaker features Sarah Brune from Inner Harmony Healing, who will be speaking about her Bach Flower remedies business.Members and non-members are invited to attend. There is no charge for the meeting.The CVHBBA provides networking opportunities for association members, encourages and assists members in their personal and professional growth, acts as an advocate to promote the growth and acceptance of home-based business in the Comox Valley, and participates in decision-making about economic development that affects the Valley.The CVHBBA is hosting a Small Business Expo Oct. 14 at the Florence Filberg Centre to help showcase small businesses as well. Limited space is still available for small business to exhibit; membership is not a requirement to exhibit.For more information, visit— Comox Valley Home Based Business Association

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