Fraser Valley Business Network upcoming schedule

Organization offers speakers and information in the Valley

October 2, 2013

Fraser Valley Business Network Langley Lunch Meetup

Business Networking Lunch.

Date: 1st Wednesday of each month

Time: 11:15 AM – 1:15 PM

Location: Old Spaghetti Factory

20077 91A Ave, Langley

Cost: $5  Register now: RSVP now


October 9,  2013

Fraser Valley Business Network Abbotsford Lunch Meetup

Business Networking Lunch.

Date: 2nd Wednesday of each month

Time: 11:15 AM – 1:15 PM

Location: Paliotti’s

33886 Essendene Ave  Abbotsford V2S 2H4

Cost: $5  Register now: RSVP & details



October 16, 2013 – Fraser Valley Marketing Mastermind

Open to everyone! This event features a different speaker each time speaking on the topics of marketing, social media, entrepreneurship and leadership.


Time: 6:30 – 8:30 PM

Date: October 16, 2013

Location: Oct. 16, 2013

(in Chances Playtime Gaming)

Address: 30835 Peardonville Road, Abbotsford, BC V2T 6K2

Payment: You can pay with cash at the door or with credit card in advance here:

Cost: $5 FVBN members / $10 for non-members.

October’s speaker:  How much money do you make when you ALMOST sell something?  Canada’s favorite sales trainer with over 20 years of studying and or working under Brian Tracy, Zig Ziglar, Floyd Wickman and Jackie Cooper. Rick Cruse presents”Proven Ideas and Strategies to Increase your Sales Now, Grow your Business, and start Building for 2014!.”  Rick has developed his own very unique program that has all who attend on the edge of their seats from start to finish. Click here for more details about Rick Cruse and this session of the Fraser Valley Marketing Mastermind or reigster rignt now below.

(Please note:  There will be an Oct. speaker, but no speaker for Nov. or December, but will resume again in January 2014)


October 23, 2013 – Social Smart Start

Your business story should be the best story you’ve ever told!

Click here to check out testimonials from the most recent Social Smart Start.

Learn marketing and social media strategies.

Training from: Marketing Motivator: Standout Content Strategies with Ideas for Your Social Media Content PLUS Editorial Calendar.

A demo of Hootsuite – to automate your social media

A demo of Constant Contact – to create a lead capture, sales conversion and follow-up system. This is your chance to get your questions answered!

Date: 4th Wednesday of each month

Time: 10:30 AM – 1:30

Location: Red 21 Playtime Restaurant

30835 Peardonville Road, Abbotsford V2T 6K2

Cost: $5 (FVBN members) $10 (non-members)

Enrollment Required

Please note: Lunch is not included in the price, but you can order a meal from the restaurant at anytime during the presentation, if you like.


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