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SBOT & BDC Youth Film & Dialogue

Guildford Golf & Country Club23 Nov '16 @ 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) and the Surrey Board of Trade (SBOT) are proud to present the screening of the 45 minute documentary film The Millennial Dream plus a dialogue on what kinds of companies will succeed in the new economy on:
     
    Wednesday, November 23, 2016 at Guildford Golf & Country Club (7929-152 Street) from 5-8pm. 
     
    As the Millennial generation becomes the most significant portion of our workforce, what will change about what we want from our jobs, our education, and our companies to succeed in the new economy. What can cities and regions do to attract a new economy? If the Millennial Dream is about doing well by doing good, how do business owners need to adapt?  
     
    SBOT is pleased to have Greg Hemmings, Director of the Millennial Dream, & Founder of Hemmings House Pictures present hemmingshouse.com. The panel will also include Dr. Greg Thomas, SBOT Director Chair, and Kevin Murray with Traction on Demand tractionondemand.com.
     
    • 5:00pm: Networking, Appetizers, Drinks
    • 5:50pm: Introductions
    • 6:00pm: The Millennial Dream
    • 6:45pm: Panel Discussion moderated by Carla Heim, Senior Advisor Social Entrepreneurship at BDC
    • 7:15pm: Networking (cash bar)
     
    The event is free. Contact the Surrey Board of Trade at luke@businessinsurrey.com to register. 
    Event Location Guildford Golf & Country Club
    Address: 7929 152 St
    Post Code: V3S 3M5

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