Your essential guide to SK networking events this February

This February, we’ll see you at these Saskatchewan business networking events, conferences, trade shows, and small business workshops.

Feb
1 - 2

Prairieland Youth Leadership Conference

This two-day business conference, organized by Saskatoon Prairieland Park Corporation, focuses on the products and services of Education & Training industry.

  • Who should attend: Students, youth leaders, educators
  • Where: Saskatoon
  • Admission: $57.75 - $117.74
  • Hear industry news
  • 10 exhibitors present
Feb
2 - 5

SUMA Convention

Network with colleagues, peers, SUMA Board and staff members, and provincial and federal decision makers at this annual convention.

  • Who should attend: Mayors, Councillors, Administrators, and community members from Saskatchewan urban municipalities.
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: Non-member: $750. Member: $550
  • Be sure to visit SaskTel's business team to chat about wireless + digital transformations
  • Bring your business cards!
Feb
5

Chamber on Tap

Alex Fallon, the President and CEO of SREDA, will offer insight regarding company and personal success.

  • Who should attend: Students, business professionals, business owners
  • Where: Saskatoon
  • Admission: Free
  • Obtain strategic business advice and support
  • Held at LB Distillers
Feb
5

Aligning Technology with the Stages of your Business

This seminar presented by Brenda Byers with BIT Consulting Inc. provides crucial information for business owners regarding using technology to propel their business to new heights.

  • Who should attend: Business owners, entrepreneurs, students
  • Where: Saskatoon
  • Admission: Free
  • Learn how to use technology to your advantage
  • Determine what stage your business is at and then develop a strategy
Feb
5 - 26

Club 13 Toastmasters Meeting

Hosted by Club 13 Toastmasters every Wednesday, this public speaking event lets you practice your communication and leadership skills.

  • Who should attend: Anyone who wants to speak with confidence and improve their public speaking and leadership skills
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: Free
  • You can give and receive constructive feedback
  • Thrive in a supportive learning environment
  • As a guest, you won’t be expected to participate - your role is to sit back and enjoy the speakers
  • You’ll receive a free guest package containing information about the club
  • An experienced member will answer any questions you may have about Toastmasters
    • Lunch included
Feb
6 - 9

Education Career Expo

This is a 4 day business show organized by University of Regina focusing on the companies news, and products and services of the education & training industry

  • Who should attend: Industry professionals, students, employers
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: TBD
  • Immersive displays and presentations regarding the education and training industry
  • Explore new career opportunities
Feb
6

Start at Square One Seminar YQR

Are you ready to take the leap into entrepreneurship? Do you have a business idea, but you just don’t know where to start? Attend the Start at Square One: A Guide to Launching a Small Business Seminar and learn all about how to start a business in Saskatchewan.

  • Who should attend: Anyone looking to take the leap into entrepreneurship
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: Free
  • Learn business basics
  • Market research
  • Developing a business plan
  • Tax regulation
Feb
6 - 18

Start at Square One Seminar YXE

Are you ready to take the leap into entrepreneurship? Do you have a business idea, but you just don’t know where to start? Attend the Start at Square One: A Guide to Launching a Small Business Seminar and learn all about how to start a business in Saskatchewan.

  • Who should attend: Anyone looking to take the leap into entrepreneurship
  • Where: Saskatoon
  • Admission: Free
  • Learn business basics
  • Market research
  • Developing a business plan
  • Tax regulation
Feb
6

People Around The World 2020

Sustainability the World Needs: Development in Action, PAW 2020 highlights distinguished scholars and learners engaged in global research and brings together the University community and stakeholders.

  • Who should attend: Community members, educators, professors
  • Where: Saskatoon
  • Admission: $30-$250
  • Conference themes include security and sovereignty, pathways to climate action, and creating sustainable communities
  • Gain valuable insight
Feb
11

Creating Connections: A Networking Skills Seminar

This seminar presented by Jolene Watson with Clarity Coaching & Development Outlines networking skills that can help advance your career and personal connections.

  • Who should attend: Students, business owners
  • Where: Saskatoon
  • Admission: $99
  • Learn conversation starters
  • Focuses on the importance of body language and how to use it appropriately
Feb
12 - 26

Business Development Club Meeting

Grow your business or profession by networking with positive, like-minded BDC club members.

  • Who should attend: Business professionals, students
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: Free
  • Create new business contacts
  • Lunch included
Feb
13

Saskatoon Open Door Society Annual Diversity Awards Gala

This multicultural awards dinner celebrates diversity and inclusivity in our community.

  • Who should attend: Community members
  • Where: Saskatoon
  • Admission: $100+GST
  • Ceremony and entertainment provided
  • Chance to win door prizes
Feb
20

Career Insights - Monthly Digital Workshop

This monthly interactive workshop covers various economic and technology trends as they impact careers and businesses.

  • Who should attend: Students, entrepreneurs, business owners
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: Free
  • Receive up-to date information on industry trends and technological advancements
  • Learn how to recession-proof your career
Feb
25 - 27

SPWA Annual Conference

This conference put on by the Saskatchewan Public Works Association brings together people from across the province who are involved in all aspects of public works.

  • Who should attend: Government and municipal decision-makers, municipal engineers, consultants, suppliers, and contractors
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: TBD
  • A wide variety of topics will be covered
  • Will address current issues and discuss solutions
Feb
28

Coaching Strategies for Leaders

This workshop provides a leadership approach for coaching others effectively and provides tools through the use of case studies. A five-step coaching model for working with employees will be outlined.

  • Who should attend: Business owners, entrepreneurs, students
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: Free
  • Learn about conflict, performance, and change
  • Adopt an effective coaching mindset
Feb
28 - 1

Regina Wellness Expo

Regina Wellness Expo is a unique chance to learn about many of the wellness products and services available to consumers. This event provides the opportunity to network with industry professionals.

  • Who should attend: Entrepreneurs, industry professionals
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: General admission: $10, Seniors and students: $8, free for industry professionals
  • Located in the ballroom of the beautiful Conexus Arts Centre
  • Learn how to improve your quality of life with featured wellness products and services

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