Small Business Association meeting

The Comox Valley Small Business Association (SBA), now in its 18th year in the Valley, is hosting its first meeting after the summer break on Thursday, Sept. 3.

The meeting is at the Filberg Centre, lower level (Evergreen Room). The meeting will start at 5:30 p.m.

Bring business cards, a small door prize and a snack to share with other business owners.

We are committed to helping small business owners build solid networks that promote and grow their business in the community.

There is no charge to attend SBA meetings as a guest for up to two meetings per year. The dues to join the group, which meets on the first and third Thursdays of the month (except December, July and August), are $95 per year.

 

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