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The Business Sisters Conference

November 3, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 5:30 pm


Are you a woman entrepreneur looking to connect with other Eastern Ontario business owners for QUALITY business education and networking?

Then you’ve found your tribe!

Join us for The Business Sisters Conference. No matter what industry you’re in; agriculture, retail, foodservice, MLM… You are welcome here! This is a unique event for all types of women entrepreneurs, from all over Eastern Ontario.

If you’re passionate about your business, and eager to meet other women who operate a business in a small town or rural area, you’ll LOVE Business Sisters.

By attending this event you will walk away with:

  • Time & money-savings hacks to help you in your business NOW
  • Practical tips to keep you motivated and healthy while managing family & business obligations
  • New connections with partners and agencies willing to invest time and money in your success
  • Tasty food with lots of gluten-free and vegetarian options, plus a Wine & Cheese Reception
  • BONUS: you get to network with other business sisters and create a community!

Here’s the Agenda*: (As of Sept. 30; subject to change without notice)

  • 8:oo Registration + Healthy Breakfast
  • 8:30 Opening by Host Doreen Ashton Wagner, Host of ForLoveAndBusiness.com & Drumming with Monica Piotrowski, founder of Magical Sacred Circles
  • 9:00 Big Picture Talks – TED-Style presentations followed by Q&A
  • 11:00 Mind & Body Break with Heather Hughes, Renew
  • 11:30 Who Are YOU Listening to? Preventing Your Mind from Sabotaging Your Success with Heather Elliott, CEO & Founder, Mindful Change
  • 12:15 World Café Lunch + Tradeshow
  • 13:30 Don’t be an Ostrich! A frank discussion about surviving hardship, protecting yourself, your family and your business
    • Judy Utman, entrepreneur & author of Voices In the Wilderness
    • Rosemary Vaughan, Founder & Destination Gift Specialist at GiftRevel
    • Leonor De Mello, Agente en assurance de personnes, Desjardins
    • Stephanie Gibson, Lawyer, Adams, Sherwood, Swabey & Follon
  • 14:15 Mind & Body Break with Heather Hughes, Renew
  • 14:45 Lessons Learned – A conversation with Entrepreneurial Trailblazers about overcoming adversity, collaborating and finding success
    • Christine Bonneau-O’Neill, Owner, L’Orignal Meat Packing
    • Julia Graham, Chef & Founder, The Quirky Carrot
    • Estelle Patenaude, President, Impressions Inc.
    • Roxanne Rollin, Co-Founder, QuadExpert
  • 16:15 Closing Remarks & Draws
  • 16:30 Wine & Cheese Reception

Book your ticket at https://forloveandbusiness.com/biz-sis/ or on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/events/957116207823565/



November 3, 2018
8:00 am - 5:30 pm


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Glengarry sports Palace
70 McDonald Blvd K0C 1A0 Canada + Google Map
(613) 525-3600

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