What’s Next for Small Businesses | Talkshop Webinar
Three-quarters of small businesses have seen significant negative impacts due to COVID-19. Moderator Hayley Woodin, the Senior Business Reporter at Business in Vancouver, brings together an exceptional panel to tackle the challenges and lessons learned in the small business community so far in this pandemic.
Each of our panellists brings a unique standpoint and set of skills to this conversation, which will detail a shared experience during the pandemic but will also help to create a roadmap about how your business can survive and what you need to know as we stare down this second wave together.
Craig Stanghetta, founder of Ste. Marie, a Vancouver studio responsible for the design of many of the city’s most successful and beautiful restaurants including Kissa Tanto, Bao Bei, Homer Street Cafe, Flourist, and Botanist at the Fairmont Pacific Rim.
Anthony Vecchio, lawyer and co-founder of Slater Vecchio law firm, which has recently developed a program to support small businesses to manage and understand their business interruption insurance coverage within the pandemic.
David Gens, CEO and founder of leading Canadian fintech company, Merchant Growth, and a Director of the Canadian Lenders Association.
Dalana Fleming, owner of The Cake and the Giraffe, who has spent more than 12 years designing custom wedding cakes and sweet treats for special occasions in Vancouver. Dalana will share her business challenges, successes and strategy to survive and thrive in 2021.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Webinar Link details will be sent via email 24hrs in advance on Monday, November 30th.
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