Be Inspired! Women's Entrepreneur Conference
$200 – $300
Be Inspired! Women's Entrepreneur Conference

Be Inspired! Women's Entrepreneur Conference

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Coast Kamloops Hotel & Conference Centre

1250 Rogers Way

Kamloops, BC, Canada

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2016 Be Inspired! Women’s Entrepreneur Conference
November 5 & 6, 2016
Coast Hotels & Conference Centre
1250 Rogers Way Kamloops, B.C.

Be Inspired. Be Motivated. Be Moved.

Be Inspired! is hosting a Women’s Entrepreneur Conference on Saturday, November 5th and Sunday, November 6th, 2016 in Kamloops, BC. This event will be held at the Coast Hotel & Conference Centre on 1250 Rogers Way, Kamloops, BC (just off the Highway 5A exit).

The conference is intended to encourage networking & professional development, information sharing and mentoring through presentations, panels, open discussions and socials for Female Entrepreneurs at any stage of their business planning.

SPECIAL GUEST:

DR. WARREN FARRELL

Topic: Why a Woman Entrepreneur Can "Have It All" -- if she knows how to navigate the trade-offs

Dr. Warren Farrell has been chosen by the Financial Times as one of the world's top 100 thought leaders. His books are published in 15 languages. They nclude two award-winning international best sellers, Why Men Are The Way They Are plus The Myth of Male Power. Dr. Farrell has appeared on more than 1,000 TV shows from Oprah to Larry King Live and Today show. He has been featured repeatedly in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.

KEY NOTE SPEAKERS:

NATALIE PEACE, MBA, BA
Natalie Peace is a successful entrepreneur who opened her first business at 25 years old; a Booster Juice location in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada, in 2006 while she was studying business as an undergrad at Thompson Rivers University. Within two years she owned all three locations in Kamloops, including the busiest location in British Columbia generating nearly $2 million a year in gross revenue, and employing approximately fifty team members. In 2007, Peace graduated with her business degree, and was named Young Entrepreneur of the Year by the Kamloops Chamber of Commerce, and in 2011 Natalie was a finalist for Business Person of the Year. Natalie has since sold her Booster Juice franchises, and was invited to be a contributing writer for Forbes Business magazine, writing a column called Peace & Profit. She obtained her Master's Degree in Business, and was the University's very first Young Entrepreneur in Residence mentoring students and offering business guidance. Natalie developed an app for Apple and Android, designed for children called Club Kindness, teaching children to do age appropriate acts of kindness. In the fall of 2013 she accepted a position as a Sessional Lecturer, teaching Small Business Management, Retail Management, and Introduction to Business, in The School of Business and Economics at Thompson Rivers University. Natalie is currently working as a business consultant and Entrepreneur Coach, taking on a select few clients each year. She is also writing a book for would-be entrepreneurs. In addition to investing in numerous ventures, Peace is also enthusiastically working on starting another quick-serve style restaurant with an emphasis on nutrition.

Natalie is  firm believer in using your business to make a positive contribution to the world around you, and measuring success on multiple bottom lines.

JANELLE ALPHONSE,
Professional Body Builder
(4th Place, Vancouver Pro/ Amateur Show 2015)

WORKSHOP FACILITATORS:

UNDERSTANDING BUSINESS STRUCTURE
Pamela Johnson, Fulton & Company - www.fultonco.com/
& Leni Reicher, KPMG - https://home.kpmg.com/ca/en/home.html

TAX TIPS FOR BUSINESS
Keeping your money in your pocket
Sue Porter, KPMG - https://home.kpmg.com/ca/en/home.html

MARKETING & SOCIAL MEDIA 
Marketing tips and tricks for your business, organization or craft includes social media networking
Victoria Jaenig, Dust Dancer Productions/ qwelxana - www.qwelxana.com

WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP
Rose-Anne Archibald, Former Chief/ Former Regional Chief from Ontario Canada

WHY SELF EMPLOYMENT?
Understanding our intent... internally & externally and how knowing these things can help when obstacles arise.
Debra Tamagi, Independent Contractor/ Life Coach

TITLE TBD - "SELF CARE"
Leanne Oaten, Soulwork Holistic Counseling - www.soulworkcounselling.com

For more information on Event/ Agenda

Contact Event Coordinator Julie John                                                                                                                         
Email: julie_joh@hotmail.com
In person/ mail: 442 Victoria Street, Kamloops, BC V2C 2A7


REGISTRATION:

Student/ Seniors: $200.00

Early Bird: $300.00 - (Available until 5:00 pm Friday. October 14, 2016)

Regular: $400.00

**Prices include two lunches (Saturday & Sunday) and Dinner & Entertainment on Saturday evening plus weekend of workshops, speakers etc.

TABLE/ BOOTH/ VENDOR REGISTRATION:

Entrepreneur - $99.00

Home Based Business - $99.00

Resource Table - $199.00

To request registration information contact

Marketing Coordinator, Victoria Jaenig
Email: be.inspired.kamloops@gmail.com or
call/ text: 250-320-8526


Advance payment required! All cheques payable to ‘Be Inspired!’,
E-Transfers accepted (Send to: julie_joh@hotmail.com) or 
in person at Eagle Eye Gifts, 442 Victoria Street, Kamloops B.C.


ENTERTAINMENT

Saturday, November 5

12:00 - 1:00  PM - LUNCH ENTERTAINMENT
Daryl Black, Hoop Performance

6:00 - 7:00 - DINNER ENTERTAINMENT
Fara Palmer, Musician/ Aboriginal Artist

5:00 - 9:00 PM - TRADESHOW
Booths, Vendors, Etc...


Be Inspired! Join us!


THIS EVENT IS PROUDLY SUPPORTED/ SPONSORED BY:

Thompson Rivers University - School of Business and Economics
http://www.tru.ca/business.html 

Be Inspired! Events + Event Planning - www.beinspiredevents.ca

Eagle Eye Gifts - www.eagleeyegifts.ca

Qwelxana - www.qwelxana.com



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