New business group hosts open house

The Comox Valley’s newest business networking group is hosting an open house on Tuesday, March 24.

The Comox Valley’s newest business networking group is hosting an open house on Tuesday, March 24, offering local business professionals an opportunity to get in on the ground floor.

“Our group has a one-person-per-industry policy, which effectively offers exclusivity for each member,” says local realtor Mike Fisher, one of the group’s founding members. “Our core members include professionals, tradespeople and entrepreneurs looking to grow their businesses in a friendly and supportive environment, and we’re looking for other professionals who would like to do the same.”

The new group meets Tuesday mornings from 7 to 8:30 a.m. at the White Spot Restaurant in Courtenay.

Next week’s meeting has been turned into an open house so other local professionals can see what the group is all about and join while seats are still available.

“Whether you’re interested in becoming a member or are just interested in meeting other local professionals, I encourage you to check out the group,” Fisher said. “We’re about creating a friendly, professional environment that facilitates referrals and creates opportunities for our members.”

To RSVP to Tuesday’s open house, or to find out more, email info@cvbusiness.ca or call Darcy Lefebvre at 250-897-5450.

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