It sounds like a trick question but its not. We always can look back on our earlier stages of business and see how we could have done better now that we have the wisdom we've gained with that experience. It can be the most exhilarating part of business, but it can also be the most frustrating part of entrepreneurship as well. Walking the crooked line of discovery to get to your idea of success. We're finding through our Entrepreneur Exchanges that our panel of experts see the issues from their experience. They help the entrepreneurs overcome their obstacles, and in some instances, create opportunities beyond what the entrepreneur first anticipated.
On March 31, 2020 we will be hosting another Big Entrepreneur Exchange on from 7:00-9:00 pm via Zoom. In this Big Exchange you will have the opportunity to learn from the deep knowledge that Marrisa Loewen, Jacquie Fenske and Jamie-Rae Pittman will be providing. We hope you will join us to be a participant who shares their business or you can be an observer. Either way this will be worth it for you and your rural business.
Our panel of experts will be Marissa Loewen who is a transformational business coach, creative entrepreneur and a pricing and pitching consulting. Marissa has partnered with Etsy Canada to produce the largest Etsy Made in Canada show across the country. She initiates powerful conversations that provide opportunities for outstanding change. She is passionate about entrepreneurship, building communities and her ultimate part in letting the world know that creativity is BIG business.
Jamie-Rae Pittman has been an entrepreneur for the past 14 years. She has been involved in the creation of two graphic design companies, and currently operates her own company Pittman Print Media. She also farms and ranches with her husband, and their three children. Jamie-Rae offers specialized print media work through her company, as well she teaches classes on design theory and graphic design technique.
Jacquie Fenske is currently the Acting Leader of the Alberta Party. Jacquie is a community connector as well as working in her family business Fifendekel. She is leading the marketing and PR in their small business success story. Jacquie is also the principal in her personal business Experience Alberta Inc as a person who sees and delivers opportunity as a facilitator, entrepreneur focusing on tourism and economic development in rural Alberta.
The past entrepreneurs who have had individual Entrepreneur Exchanges have been blown away by information, insights and connections they have received by their participation in an exchange. We look forward to learning and connecting with you too.
This program is supported in part by the Government of Alberta's Status of Women Innovation Project Funding. You can connect with this program and the many resources through their blog, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
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