MyBizDay Tour unfolds

During Small Business Month, Small Business B.C. will reach more than 300 small business owners

Throughout the fall and during Small Business Month, Small Business B.C. will reach more than 300 small business owners and entrepreneurs in the Okanagan, northern B.C. and Vancouver Island through the launch of the new MyBizDay tour.

This full-day event connects small business owners to the programs and resources that are available to entrepreneurs. Attendees will have the opportunity to access information and support through a mix of education, interactive panel sessions, exhibitors and networking.

“Small businesses are critical to the economic health of every community in B.C. and we are delighted to partner with the Province of British Columbia to help strengthen small business across B.C.,” said George Hunter, CEO of Small Business B.C.

“The MyBizDay events help entrepreneurs learn from successful local business owners and discover the tools and resources paramount to achieving long-term success.”

MyBizDay is free to attend and will be in Kelowna Sept. 16 at the Laurel Packinghouse.

Topics to be covered by this year’s industry experts include:

Small business resources – presented by Small Business B.C.

Market research – presented by Small Business B.C.

Digital marketing – presented by Yellow Pages

Technology at work – presented by Neil Squire Society

Accounting – presented by Grant Thornton

Overcoming business challenges – Interactive Panel Session

“The upcoming MyBizDays in Kelowna, Prince George and Nanaimo will be great forums to talk about what makes entrepreneurs tick,” said Coralee Oakes, small business minister.