Let public speaking benefit your business

A Thursday presentation will demonstrate how participation in Toastmasters can benefit Comox Valley Women's Business Network members.

Local Toastmasters will give a Thursday presentation demonstrating how active participation in Toastmasters can benefit Comox Valley Women’s Business Network members personally and professionally.

Weekly Toastmasters meetings provide a supportive and friendly environment for members to build communication and leadership skills which are crucial to business success.

The presentation is by Katie Healey, Toastmasters area governor.

To RSVP visit www.cvwbn.org.

Please note that joining the event on Facebook does not register you. You must register on the website.

Tickets are $25 for members and $40 for non-members. No charge for Dinner Club members.

The annual AGM is coming up in May. The WBN is seeking nominations for board members.

If you have an interest in serving on the board and gaining some valuable experience working with a dynamic group of women, please forward your name to president Tara Laderoute at sales@engrave-it.ca.

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