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Business Events & Organizations

Upcoming Business Events

Marketing to Gen Y: 8 Things You Need To Know To Sell To Millennials:

When: Tuesday, May 1st, 2018 Doors open 5:30 pm, Speaker 6:00 pm
Where: Nick Smith Centre, 77 James Street
Cost: Advance tickets $10, on sale until April 30th Click Here To Buy
Tickets at the Door: $15 (Cash Only)


Millennials make up almost 27% of the Canadian population, and by 2028 they’ll make up 75% of the Canadian workforce. This generation has a key set of traits that differentiate them from previous generations – they’re heavy social media users, they’re tech-savvy, and they prefer to buy from brands who are also online-savvy, and who put profits before purpose. Erin Bury has managed teams of millennials and led marketing programs for millennial-focused brands. This presentation outlines key consumer habits among millennials, and highlights tangible takeaways for your brand on how you can better position yourself to market to millennials, and tips on how to engage them online and off. It also highlights how to create a company that millennials want to work at and buy from, with tips on how to recruit and retain millennials. Finally, Erin will run through case studies of successful millennial marketing campaigns for the Toronto International Film Festival, foodora, and Drop Loyalty which will give attendees inspiration for your own marketing campaigns.

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Algonquin College’s Spring Business Leadership Conference

When: Thursday, May 24th
Where: Algonquin College Pembroke Campus
1 College Way Pembroke, Ontario K8A 0C8

This is the fourth year for the conference which offers an affordable professional development opportunity for local businesses and organizations.  Last year more than 90 people attended.  The conference cap is about 100 people.

Here is the link to learn more about the workshops that will be offered, and the key note address by author Doug Griffiths who specializes in economic development for rural communities. His presentation is based on his book, “13 Ways to Kill Your Community.”


Invest Ottawa Event Calendar 

Invest Ottawa has numerous training and events on a large variety of topics every month and most are free to attend.  Click here for the event calendar or sign up for their newsletter

Business Organizations & Groups

Arnprior Optimist-ic Women’s Club

Greater Arnprior Chamber of Commerce

She’s In Business: Ottawa Valley

Startup Ottawa Valley


To have your business organization/group or public business event added to this listing please e-mail lwilson@arnprior.ca.