Surviving the new economy

Surviving The New Economy is the topic of the June HBSBA meeting.

The  Comox Valley Home-Based & Small Business Association invites all entrepreneurs to its monthly meeting June 6 at the Best Western.

Not Optional: The Impact of the New Economy on the 3 Fundamentals of Business: Time, People, Money is the topic to be presented by business coach/author Clemens Rettich, MBA.

Rettich knows that successfully building a small business is more craft and art than science. He coaches small business clients from almost every industry and size. He is an author, mentor, speaker and contract instructor at the Peter B. Gustavson School of Business at the University of Victoria.

In addition, he sits on community boards and supports community economic development as a facilitator and consultant. He is a volunteer with Junior Achievement Canada, educating high school students in the fundamentals of business and career development.

There is no charge to attend the meeting which begins with networking at 6 p.m.

The Comox Valley Home-Based & Small Business Association meets monthly, the first Thursday of each month, September through June.  Membership is open to all small businesses. Annual dues are $75.


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