2018 Marketing Plan Challenge
The Marketing Plan Challenge is an excellent opportunity, completely free of charge, offered to all small to medium sized businesses in the East Parkland region. Some of the benefits to participating in this Challenge are; One day free marketing training – September 19, 2018 Opportunity to win up to $5,000 Networking with other entrepreneurs Registration opens August 1, 2018 and closes September 12, 2018. Seating is limited so early registration is recommended
JEDI REACH Program
We would like to advise of a program that JEDI is providing. JEDI and its municipal partners, the County of Wetaskiwin and Town of Millet, are providing an exciting opportunity for entrepreneurs within our region. The JEDI Small Business Success REACH Program is designed to support the efforts of entrepreneurs wanting to start a new business or growing an existing one in 2018. The JEDI Rural Enterprise Assistance and Coaching Hostel (REACH) is a unique small business development program...
Social Media Sessions
Social Media – Explore and Maximize Two Part Workshop Whether you have already introduced the use of Social Media into marketing efforts or wondering where to start this two part workshop will be of interest to you! Session 1 January 10th – 1 to 4 pm Session 2 January 17th - 1 to 4 pm Session Presenter is Brian Siddle – Strong Coffee Marketing “What Better Way to start the New Year than gaining new skills and new abilities to help guide your business to greater success in 2018” ...
In case you were unable to attend our November 29th meeting we have uploaded the RCMP Presentation. Pigeon Lake RCMP Presentation
Thank you for your support!
The County of Wetaskiwin is continuing to support the Pigeon Lake Regional Chamber of Commerce. At the Nov. 7 Wetaskiwin County General Council meeting representatives from the Regional Chamber attended to update council and ask for financial support. “It’s interesting looking back on the evolution of the Pigeon Lake Chamber of Commerce from a failed organization to the successful organization it is today,” said past-president Rodger Cole. “We are lucky to have a hard working dedicated ...