The Chamber is please to announce the 2018 Business Breakfast Series.
The breakfasts will give us an opportunity to hear from and interact with a different guest speaker on topics that will help you run your organization better. Same time every month, but we’ve added a twist for locations this year. The Business Breakfast Meetings will be taking place at a variety of locations throughout Smiths Falls this year! Our 1st location is at the Rotary Hall, 275 Brockville Street, Smiths Falls. Yes, that is in the Settlers Ridge Centre!
$15 in advanced or pay $20 at the door. Doors open at 7:30 a.m. and runs until 9 a.m.
Please register one week prior to the event. We thank you for your understanding. You can register by emailing email@example.com or Call 613-283-1334!
We unfortunately had to cancel the January Breakfast meeting, so we are beginning the Business Breakfast series on February 27th, 2018. Hope to see you there!
February Business Breakfast Meeting
Topic: Education in Group Benefits Plan
Guest Speakers: Christina Funk, Regional Director & Juile Einarson, Director of Culture & Communication
Price: $15 in advance or $20 at the door
Bios of Speakers:
Christina Funk- Christina Funk is a Regional Director with Benefits by Design (BBD) and is responsible for growth in the Eastern Ontario region. As a licensed advisor herself, Christina applies her 13-years of experience in group insurance working with businesses to create benefit plans that fit their organizations. Having previously worked in client services as an Account Manager, she has a unique insider perspective on the entire lifecycle of a group benefits plan. Christina is passionate in helping working Canadians by offering workplace solutions that support the needs of the company, while introducing cost effective, customizable and flexible options to the conversation.
Julie Einarson- Julie Einarson is a natural communicator. As the Director of Culture and Communications at Benefits by Design (BBD), she connects internal culture with external brand, and people with information to guide decisions and inspire growth. With a background in higher education and human resources, Julie’s energy comes from seeing people learn, helping companies grow, and building communities that thrive. In her spare time, Julie loves to pretend she’s a gardener, and can often be found supporting local – particularly craft breweries and used book stores. Her second favourite word in the English language is “possibility” and her Fitbit and BBD’s treadmill desks are two of her best friends.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 613-283-1334!
We Thank Our 2018 Guest Speakers