Your essential guide to SK networking events this March

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

Mar
4

Transform Your Talent – Public Speaking, Leadership, Confidence

Learn how to clearly communicate and present ideas in a public speaking setting. There will be one-to-one practice and opportunities to speak in front of an audience.

  • Who should attend: Business professionals, students
  • Where: Saskatoon
  • Admission: $135/year
  • Develop and fine tune presentation skills
  • Gain confidence in front of large audiences
Mar
4

Chamber on Tap

Evan Drisner, a managing partner at NuFab Building Products will provide insight into the manufacturing and resale aspects of the construction industry.

  • Who should attend: Students, industry professionals, business owners
  • Where: Saskatoon
  • Admission: Free
  • Obtain strategic business advice and support
  • Held at LB Distillers
Mar
4 - 25

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
Mar
5 - 17

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
Mar
6

SYPE First Friday

Saskatchewan Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs provides a monthly opportunity to network, meet new friends, and unwind after the workweek!

  • Who should attend: Young business professionals, post-secondary students
  • Where: Saskatoon
  • Admission: Free
  • Unwind and relax
  • Network with like-minded community members
Mar
9 - 12

SARM Annual Convention

The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities is hosting their 115th Annual Convention in Regina, with roughly 2,000 delegates and guests from across the province.

  • Who should attend: SARM members, anyone interested in public policy
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: Free
  • Presentation of the Lieutenant Governor's Award for Outstanding Service to Rural Saskatchewan
  • Bear-Pit with the Premier and Provincial Cabinet
  • Keynote Speaker- Claude Elliot, former Mayor of Gander, Newfoundland
Mar
11 - 25

Business Development Club Meeting

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

  • Who should attend: Business professionals, students
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: Free for members
  • Create new business contacts
  • Lunch included
Mar
12

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
Mar
13 - 27

Saskatoon Toastmasters

Hosted by Saskatoon Toastmasters every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month, 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: Saskatoon
  • 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
Mar
19

Backpack to Briefcase: Owning and Growing Your Own Business

Amy Kaban, a USask alumni is here to present students and young grads with helpful tools to become the leaders the world needs – starting with the basics of creating a business plan and seeking finances.

  • Who should attend: Students, new grads, entrepreneurs
  • Where: Saskatoon
  • Admission: Free
  • All students in attendance will receive a co-curricular credit
  • Gain tactical knowledge, resources and tools
Mar
19

Square One – Introduction to Business Planning: The Ins and Outs of Drafting a Business Plan

  • Who should attend: Anyone who is interested in creating and/or executing a business plan
  • Where: Saskatoon
  • Admission: $25
  • Strengthen your business by developing a strategic business plan
  • Gain valuable insight
  • Access to industry-specific market research
Mar
25

Social Media Marketing Tips and Tricks

  • Who should attend: This workshop is provided by Economic Development Regina and WESK, and is presented by Tara Osipoff, the founder and CEO of Ayden Creative. This workshop will focus on social media marketing tips and tricks.
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: $25
  • Lunch included
  • Learn the the need-to-knows of launching successful social media campaigns
Mar
26

2020 Audacity YQR Celebration

This event is hosted by Economic Development Regina to celebrate Regina's community of forward-thinkers, makers, movers and shakers, trailblazers, and creators.

  • Who should attend: Business owners, industry trailblazers, community members
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: Students: $20+GST, General Admission: $40+GST
  • A surprise guest will be attending
  • Everyone is welcome
Mar
26

Bridge 2 Business: Money Panel

Come check out our expert panel with Warren Jackson from BDC Saskatoon and Greg Yuel from PIC Investments.

  • Who should attend: Students, industry professionals, business owners
  • Where: Saskatoon
  • Admission: $44 for members, $88 for non-members
  • Obtain strategic business advice and support
  • Buffet lunch included in ticket price
Mar
26

CRA Small Business Seminar

Join us at this small business seminar presented by CRA professionals. Helpful tips regarding business tax, common tax errors, bookkeeping, basic payroll information, in addition to a demonstration of available online resources and tools.

  • Who should attend: Entrepreneurs, small business owners
  • Where: Saskatoon
  • Admission: Free
  • Bring your own lunch
  • Opportunity to ask general tax-related questions
Mar
26

CRA Small Business Seminar

Join us at this small business seminar presented by CRA professionals. Helpful tips regarding business tax, common tax errors, bookkeeping, basic payroll information, in addition to a demonstration of available online resources and tools.

  • Who should attend: Entrepreneurs, small business owners
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: Free
  • Bring your own lunch
  • Opportunity to ask general tax-related questions
Mar
27

WESK Meets: YQR

WESK Meets is an opportunity to grow your business by connecting with local entrepreneurs in a safe and relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy a cup of coffee and take advantage of networking opportunities with other entrepreneurs and business professionals.

  • Who should attend: WESK members, associate members, entrepreneurs, business professionals
  • Where: Regina
  • Admission: Free
  • 1-3 minute introduction about you and your business during our round table introductions.
  • Bring business cards!

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