The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is launching “Spark,” a one-day conference aimed at bringing entrepreneurs and business owners together for a series of presentations and workshops.
Members of the business community—current and future—can look forward to incorporating some of the best innovative ideas going.
Sparks 2019 will take place on Saturday, November 16 at the Lambton College Event Centre on London Road in Sarnia.
With plans for Spark to be an annual event, the initiative is part of a long-term strategy for the Chamber to both recharge and reinvent an organization that has been front and centre through the years in the Sarnia-Lambton community.
“The Chamber has already earned a reputation for spearheading various progressive changes in our community, not just for businesses, but in a myriad of quality of life issues that many of us now take for granted,” said Shirley de Silva, president and CEO.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming business owners from across southwestern Ontario to learn what our wide variety of speakers have gone through to get where they are today. We anticipate that our attendees will leave the conference feeling inspired and energized to pursue their goals and aspirations,” added de Silva.
Attendees can look forward to a full day of learning opportunities. A $99 ticket will include meals, presentation materials, swag bag, entry to all workshops and presentations, exclusive invitation to a pre-networking party on November 15 in downtown Sarnia.
Tickets are available now on the Chamber’s website at slchamber.ca. To learn more about Spark 2019, visit sparkconference.ca or visit the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce on Facebook.