Mix with the Women’s Biz Network

The Comox Valley Women's Business Network (CVWBN) is inviting the community to make new connections and network with peers.

The Comox Valley Women’s Business Network (CVWBN) is inviting the community to make new connections and network with peers.

The organization is hosting its third annual Chamber of Commerce mixer at the Best Western Westerly Hotel in Courtenay March 17 from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m..

“This mixer has always been one of our more popular events and it’s an excellent way to make new connections,” said Lisa Henderson, past president of the Comox Valley WBN. “You do not have to be member of the WBN or chamber to attend and we really encourage everyone from the community to take advantage of this great opportunity.”

As well as a mini trade show, the networking event offers members of the CVWBN a chance to showcase their businesses and connect with both the general public and the local business community.

There will be complimentary appetizers, door prizes, and a no-host bar available. Admission is free for this event, but attendees must register online at www.wbn-mini-trade-show.eventbrite.com/”www.wbn-mini-trade-show.eventbrite.com.

The CVWBN is a membership-based networking organization that meets on the second Thursday of each month at the Westerly Hotel at 5:30 p.m. During next month’s meeting, Janice Bannister will present ‘Laughter 101,’ which explores the value of humour in the workplace.

or more information about the CVWBN, visit www.cvwbn.org or email comoxvalleywbn@gmail.com.

 

— CVWBN

 

 

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