Make sure to check your weather apps before you head out this three-day weekend – chances are you might be rethinking that long haul! Although our December wasn’t so snowy and white, our January is looking like late-starts and plenty of de-icer to go around.
At the Chamber, January tends to be a slow start providing our team ample time to gear up for the fast-paced events season to roll out beginning in the Spring! With Golf Tournaments, Lunch & Learns, and plenty of programs to introduce you to a variety of industries, make sure you and your staff are in-the-loop with all of the upcoming opportunities you can be a part of.
Remember! Leads & Needs events will take place only three times per month in 2020; first week at Beaches (Downtown Vancouver), second at Mill Creek Pub (Battle Ground), and third week at Chick-fil-A Cascade Park (East Vancouver). There will be no Leads & Needs Events next week.
Leads & Needs: Downtown Vancouver – Wednesday, February 5
Let’s grab coffee! Meet us at Beaches Restaurant for a hot breakfast, delicious coffee and of course, plenty of connection-making! Pre-register and entry is only $5 for members! Presentation will be by Paul Montague, Tax Preparation.
Battle Ground Monthly Luncheon – Thursday, February 6
Our first monthly luncheon in Battle Ground will take place on Thursday, February 6, featuring an informational workshop about business growth and development. Be sure to pre-register as registration will close two days prior to this event. Lunch is always included.
Member & Community Events:
Future Proof Your Marketing – Monday, January 20
Join Chairman of the Chamber’s Board and Founder of Webfor, Kevin Getch for an informational session on how to better position your business to take advantage of future marketing trends. Kevin has ample research in the topic as his most recent book covers the future of marketing and how you can get ahead of the change. More information here.
Walk to End Alzheimer’s Volunteer Recruitment & Committee Mixer – Tuesday, January 28
Join the Alzheimer’s Association of SW Washington to learn more about how you can get involved with the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Opportunities of all skill-sets are available! More information here.
And with that, wishing you all a great (and safe) three-day weekend,
Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce