We’re one month away from ABM Indigenous: Lower Mainland (November 18 – 20) at the Langley Event Centre and we’re thrilled with the powerhouse lineup of impactful people and businesses already matching online.
As you know it’s held in partnership with the Township of Langley and the Kwantlen First Nation. They work together and with us to find and promote opportunities for area investment, collaboration and growth.
New to the 2019 event is the BC Economic Development Agency. Dale Wheeldon, its President and CEO, tells us why his team will be there:
“ABM Lower Mainland is about connecting communities and companies with complementing goals, supporting economic diversification and innovation while providing opportunities to form partnerships that result in new ventures, stronger market presence and a sharper competitive edge.
We are also proud that this event is being done in partnership with Seyem Qwantlen, Kwantlen First Nation. Seyem Qwantlen was the first Indigenous community to submit and win an award from the BC Economic Development Association. They are a recognized leader in community-driven and small business development and a dynamic partner that has been instrumental in the event’s consistent growth and productivity.”
We couldn’t agree more!
We encourage you to register for this event no matter where in Canada you’re from. There’s a ton of smart, engaged, curious and interested people who’ll be there – including the Vancouver Board of Trade – so it’s an excellent learning opportunity as well as networking and meeting for partnership potential.
And if you’re tired of cold calling and fighting to get past the gatekeeper – you’ll love the friendly environment ABM creates. At our events everyone’s pre-qualified and vetted, creating a safe space to do business in.
Visit the event page to see who’s already matching and call us today to book your booth.