The Fraser Valley Breakfast Club 2020: Creating true teamwork & trust

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Join us for our third round of the Fraser Valley Breakfast Club!

Incrementa (un)consulting and Upskill Consulting collaborate to bring the Fraser Valley Breakfast Club to life bi-monthly helping to support and contribute to the growth of the business community.

Jump start 2020 by connecting with like minded individuals, growing your circle and hearing from former Canadian Football League (CFL) offensive lineman, Angus Reid, as he speaks about the value of true teamwork and trust.

Angus promises to share the inner workings of his success. Spoiler alert: it wasn’t all skill!

You in? The Fraser Valley Breakfast Club is for:

  • Business professionals wanting to expand their network and strengthen their know-how on addressing various business-related topics.
  • Business professionals who value giving backwe support a local charity at each Breakfast Club event. The stories from these organizations are moving.
  • You like the idea of breakfast for dinner, or brinner. Your ticket gets you a meal. Where’d this crazy concept come from? Your feedback. We wanted to host a breakfast event, but our audience preferred evening. Enter brinner.

This event is catered and almost double the size of our previous event. Don’t be on the waitlist (yeah… that happened in November!) More details and tickets here.

Where & when:

  • Wednesday, January 29, 2020
  • 5-7 p.m.
  • CoWorks by Elevate
    20627 Fraser Highway, Langley, V3A 4G4

The last event sold out. Don’t miss out—grab your tickets now!

And remember: our Breakfast Club events are bi-monthly on the last Wednesday of the month. Hold the date for our second Breakfast Club of 2020: Wednesday, March 25.

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