Free seminar for small business offered

In celebration of Small Business Month, Small Business BC is hosting a free seminar to encourage entrepreneur education.

In celebration of Small Business Month, Small Business BC is hosting a free seminar to encourage entrepreneur education.

Small Business BC will offer the following free workshop in Prince Rupert through Community Futures of the Pacific Northwest for small business owners:

Sustainability Strategies – Improve profits and productivity – October 26th from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

This interactive half day seminar presented by BC Hydro will explore topics such as:

– Identifying and implementing low-cost and no-cost energy conservation measures

– Tools, resources and financial incentives available to help you get started

– Green marketing strategies to build your brand and attract more customers

“There are various key success factors for small business owners and having business knowledge is essential,” says Small Business BC CEO, George Hunter.

“Entrepreneurs who take the time to seek education will only increase their chances of success; and Small Business BC is doing its part to make sure that’s possible.”

The seminar will be hosted in Vancouver and offered by videoconference to locations across the province. Limited space is available, so early registration is encouraged at

For entrepreneurs interested in attending other Small Business Month activities, Small Business BC also hosts an online events calendar featuring networking, education and business events across BC.

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