Startup Sault's "Startup Drinks" offers shared learning and networking
Corrie DavidsonNov 29, 2018 (Updated Nov 29, 2018)
Local entrepreneurs gather at The Boiler Room tonight, 5:30–7:30pm, for networking and discussions about launching and managing their businesses.
"Startup Drinks," created by Startup Sault, is a free, recurring event that features 3 local entrepreneurs and a casual networking environment.
Tonight's event is at The Boiler Room at the Machine Shop
Startup Sault connects new entrepreneurs with the small business resources available in the community and provides the support of existing entrepreneurs who are building successful companies.
For more information, visit www.startupsault.ca
StartUP Sault's featured entrepreneur tonight is Bill Betournay, CEO of STUFFF who will discuss his experience developing a new product and pitching it on Dragon’s Den.
Bill answers questions about his Dragon's Den pitch. Out of 160 applicants who were selected to pitch, only 60 get picked to appear on TV.
A friendly conversation about businesses opening and closing and the difficulty hiring contractors due to the low unemployment rates and low interest in trades. Jodie McNabb of "Yes, It Fits" shares how and why she launched her business. She wanted to improve women's confidence and help improve their lives.
Organizer, entrepreneur, author, and all around extraordinare Nevin Buconjic makes sure everyone feels welcome and the conversation flows. If you are interested in starting a business, run one, or just want to meet other wonderful and friendly Saultites, be sure to check out Startup Sault's activities and events.
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