Posted  9 Jun, 2017 
In: Events

Event Date:  Jun 27, 2017

Being an entrepreneur isn’t easy. It’s rewarding, but chaotic; demanding, but worth it. Working many hours often leaves little time to find answers to questions you may have.

Your time is valuable, so wouldn’t it be nice to have a voice from someone who has been through entrepreneurship/business development too?

The Agri-food Business Mentorship Program will pair you with a mentor-coach whom you choose at a speed-networking event June 27, 2017 in the Otter Room at the Edmonton Valley Zoo. After your first meeting, agreements and schedules will be signed and sent to AFC. From that point on, you can build your mentoring relationship and grow your business.

AFC will support mentors and protégés. We have meeting space and internet (PLUS coffee) for mentors and protégé’s to use throughout the program.

Program Benefits

  1. Expand your network; 2 networking events throughout the 4 month program
  2. Receive one-on-one mentorship from an expereinced business person
  3. Receive guidance whether you’re dealing with a business issue, scaling up, looking to expand into international markets and/or general guidance in the entrepreneurship lifestyle
  4. Need a space to do some work, meet with your mentor or take a call? You’ll have access to AFC’s hot seat (up to 4 hours a month)

Don’t hesitate, sign up today!

Date: June 27, 2017

Time: 6:00 – 9:00 PM

Location: Edmonton Valley Zoo

Registration: Click here

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