Numerous local, provincial, and national organizations continue to host webinars and virtual events to provide information, to help us stay connected, and to inspire new ways of thinking. Here are some of the webinars and events you can attend in the weeks ahead.
Build. Grow. Thrive.
Small Business BC (SBBC) is hosting a free, day-long event on Wednesday, September 23 for business owners and entrepreneurs, complete with networking opportunities.
To view SBBC's other webinar offerings, click here.
Destination BC (DBC) Industry Calls
Join DBC’s bi-weekly industry calls for industry-specific updates related to COVID-19. The next call takes place on Thursday, September 17, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. PDT. Email email@example.com to register.
Okanagan College Series - Media Panel
On Thursday, September 24 at 12 p.m. PDT, the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce is hosting a panel discussion with local media experts as part of its Okanagan College School of Business Speakers Series.
Terroir Virtual Symposium
Join in September 13 to 15 for three days of virtual talks, interactive workshops, and networking opportunities for those working in tourism and hospitality. Speakers include Winemaker and Co-Founder of Sperling Vineyards, Ann Sperling, and The Paisley Notebook's, Aman Dosanj.
Virtual Lunchbox Lectures: Culture Food for Thought
The final installment of Kelowna Museums, Kelowna Art Gallery, and Sncəwips Heritage Museum’s virtual lectures series will take place on September 15 from 12-1 p.m., with Marion Radawetz, a local Indigenous artist who "receives her inspiration for her designs through the animals from the syilx oral stories called cəptiƛ̓t."
Every Tuesday from 7 to 7:30 p.m. PDT, until September 22, Unicorns.Live is producing a livestream, in partnership with Kelowna Pride, to bring awareness to underrepresented members of society.
Have an upcoming event or webinar that would be of interest to those in the tourism industry? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can include the information in our next bi-weekly roundup.