16 essential SK business networking events in November

Small business thrives on personal connections. This November, meet Saskatchewan entrepreneurs and SMB owners at these 16 SK networking events, conferences, workshops, and trade shows.

19 - 24

Canadian Western Agribition Trade Show

The best beef show on the continent and the largest livestock show in Canada brings over 1,200 international guests from over 86 countries.

  • Who should attend: Saskatchewan beef suppliers, buyers, and industry workers.
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: $15 per day


  • Network with Canadian and international beef producers at the largest livestock trade show on the continent
  • A blend of agriculture, Indigenous culture, and festive entertainment, you can enjoy live music, shopping, food, and pro rodeo performances
  • Tickets: $15 per day, $40 for any three days (does not include rodeo admission)


Hosted by WESK (Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan) on the 3rd Tuesday of the month, this upscale networking event will inspire you with storytelling and casual couch conversation.

  • Who should attend: Regina entrepreneurs, professionals, and business leaders.
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: $0


  • Guest host Lisa Peters speaks with SK businesswomen and community leaders about business, life, and community
  • Bring your friends, invite your co-workers, mingle with SK business leaders
  • Free to attend

FNPA Indigenous Green Energy Forum

This one-day forum brings together Indigenous leaders in renewable energy from across Canada to showcase expertise & achievements, share best practices, and generate a dialogue on common renewable energy priorities for Indigenous people.

  • Who should attend: Indigenous leaders and independent power producers, utilities, regulators, legal, finance, government, policy groups, and non-governmental organizations.
  • Where: Saskatoon
  • Admission: $50-$250 for the Forum and $150-$1,000 for the Gala


  • Establish new connections and networks in renewable energy sectors
  • Learn lessons from Indigenous Leadership and Executives who have successfully brought new economic development, community infrastructure, and wealth to their communities through renewable energy
  • Enjoy the Pathway to Powerful Opportunities Gala, an evening of First Nation culture, hilarious Indigenous comedians, a Silent Auction, and an exciting menu featuring elements native to Saskatchewan
  • Tickets: $50-$250 for the Forum and $150-$1,000 for the Gala

13 Ways to Kill your Community

A community building event with Doug Griffiths, best-selling author of 13 Ways To Kill Your Community. Doug’s mission is to push communities to overcome their challenges and find their unique path to success.

  • Who should attend: Business leaders in and around Kindersley.
  • Where: Kindersley
  • Admission: $500/table for Chamber members (eight per table), $550/table for non-members


  • Doug will share his custom-designed tools to help communities identify what is holding them back
  • 3 surefire ways to kill your community include ‘Ignore youths and seniors’ and ‘Don’t give local consumers a reason to shop local’
  • Doug works with his community clients to change their destructive attitudes and convert their aspirations into actionable strategies for success
  • Tickets: $500/table for Chamber members (eight per table), $550/table for non-members

Saskatoon Babes who Brunch

A Saturday-morning networking session with business leaders whose intention is to grow, connect with one another, and become comfortable in the uncomfortable. The brunch slogan: “There’s nothing more powerful than a woman determined to rise”

  • Who should attend: Saskatoon businesswomen.
  • Where: Saskatoon
  • Admission: $45 for members and $55 for non-members, which includes a two-course brunch, coffee, and a curated gift bag


  • Come for raw conversation with amazing women, delicious brunch eats and sips, and to hear impactful insights, experiences, and takeaways from an incredible lady boss
  • This month’s fierce female keynote speaker, Karen Robson, is Executive Director of The Princess Shop Mentorship and Female Youth Development Inc. She leads a dedicated group of volunteers whom she empowers through idea generation, problem-solving, and decision making.
  • Don’t be shy...attending solo is encouraged
  • Tickets: $45 for members and $55 for non-members, which includes a two-course brunch, coffee, and a curated gift bag

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