On Friday, March 29th, Grant Thornton will provide an update on the tax provisions contained in the 2019 Federal budget, along with a summary of other substantive tax changes in the past two years that have had a significant impact on you and your business.
Please join us on Thursday, March 28th to learn about our 2019 China Trip! The trip will take place from November 4-14th and includes a tour of Beijing, Shanghai, Suzhou, and Hangzhou. This 11-day trip is available at $2,299 for Chamber members. This fee includes Round-Trip International Airfare from Toronto, Chinese Domestic Airfare, 4 & 5 Star Hotel Accommodations, All Meals, and Entrance Fees for Attractions.
A tour representative and previous travellers will be present to answer any questions you may have.
All are welcome!
Info Session Details:
Date: Thursday, March 28th
Location: Old Orchard Inn
Please join us for an evening of celebration and recognition of outstanding Annapolis Valley agriculture innovators. Throughout the evening, you will learn about the new and exciting innovations that are happening in our area! This year, we will present two awards, one will go to an innovator in agri-tech, and another, to an innovator in agri-food.
Tuesday, December 4th
Members - $30 + tax
Potential Members - $40 + tax
A full turkey dinner will be served. Please purchase your tickets below.
This two-part event is for professionals that work with families (e.g., Accountants, Financial Advisors, etc.) and family business/farm owners seeking Succession Planning guidance.
Join us on November 1st for an evening of celebration and recognition of outstanding Annapolis Valley businesses. We will also recognize a notable business professional with our Lifetime Achievement Award. This is an excellent opportunity to network with the local business community and hear about the impactful and innovative work that is being done in the Annapolis Valley.
5:30 pm - Reception
6:30 pm - Dinner
CLICK HERE TO SEE THE 2018 NOMINEES!
Members: $85 + Tax
Potential Members: $95 + Tax
Table of 10: $765 + Tax
Join us as we host the MP for Kings Hants and President of the Treasury Board, The Honourable Scott Brison, for our annual Breakfast with Brison! Enjoy a Lions Country Breakfast as Mr. Brison brings us news from Parliament Hill and the constituency.
Thursday, July 12th, 7:30am
Location: Wolfville Lions Club
$15 + tax for members
$25 + tax for potential members
If you manage, lead, hire or supervise Millennials, this is one workshop you can’t afford to miss.
The issue of how to motivate and lead the newest crop of workers has been top of mind for many organizations. Even though research has pegged Millennials as accepting of authority, and craving feedback and constant positive reinforcement, as a workforce, we are struggling with how to lead and manage this newest group of employees.
In this one-day workshop, Jamie O'Neill will explore the needs of Millennials and how, as employers, we can attract and retain this workforce to help us meet our business results.
Jamie O'Neill is an experienced Human Capital Strategist with over 20 years of organizational, business consultancy, and training experience. A graduate of the Business Administration Degree from Acadia University and Leadership Management Graduate Degree from Royal Roads University. Jamie thrives on helping her clients accomplish their goals and get things done in challenging climates.
Jamie served as Partner with Bluteau DeVenney for 10 years before starting Uprise Consulting. The key strength that Jamie possesses is her ability to connect with the audience in a fun and motivating way.
Click here for Jamie's full bio.
June 15th, 2018, 9:00am-4:00pm
Cost: $175/person + tax or $150/person + tax when 2 or more individuals register from same company
Lunch on your own from 12-1pm
If you need to cancel for any reason, please notify us at least 48 hours in advance of the workshop. Failure to do so will result in non-refunded fees.
Date: Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Time: 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM (Breakfast will be served)
Location: Lion's Club Hall, 250 Veterans' Drive, Berwick
Canada's demographics are changing and Nova Scotia shows no exception. Many businesses are wondering how they can find workers with the skills they need now, or will soon need, when workers of all skills are either retiring of leaving the area to work elsewhere. Immigration is one way for Nova Scotian companies and organizations to find the skilled workers they may need.
If you're interested in learning more about the opportunities and benefits that immigration provides to businesses, we would like to invite you to join Nova Scotian Immigration Minister Lena Metlege-Diab, the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration, and settlement provider organizations on April 24 for a free information session.
We'll also have information on the new Atlantic Immigration Pilot. This innovative program - part of the federal government's Atlantic Growth Strategy - was developed to simplify the immigration process for both immigrants and employers to better help businesses fill labour gaps so that they, and our economy, can prosper quicker.
Registration has now closed.