Category: Calendar

Free Tax Help For Your Small Business with CRA Webinar

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Thurs, Feb 3, 2022
3:00PM – 5:00PM

Join us for a webinar with Liaison Officers from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) to help you understand your tax obligations and learn about:
• General bookkeeping concepts and best practices
• Explain common tax errors
• Demonstrate how to use financial benchmarks for relevant industries
• Provide information on the CRA’s services


Coffee chat with Jennie Moore on, bookkeeping for your small business

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Fri, Jan 28, 2021
10:30 AM to 11:30 AM

Grab your coffee and take the opportunity to ask your bookkeeping questions with a bookkeeping professional.

Coffee & Chat webinar, Moore Details owned by, Jennifer Moore, answers the most commonly asked questions from clients on how to keep track of all your expenses, meal expenses, vehicle expenses, payroll basics and addresses what actions businesses should take next.


Belleville Chamber of Commerce: Whine After 5 Event

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Wednesday, January 19 2022
5:00PM – 6:00PM

It’s 2022, and after almost two years, we are still in the middle of a pandemic.
Are you sick and tired of the constantly changing restrictions, rules, and recommendations?
Are you missing conversations with people you are not related to or that you work with everyday?
Would you like to just vent?

Join the Chamber at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, January 19th for an open chat, sharing stories and frustrations.

For an hour, the ZOOM call will be open for discussion on your choice of topics, whether business-related or not-so-much.

And we don’t care what is in that cup. Grab a beverage, settle in, and let’s whine together!


Canadian Chamber of Commerce: The Reslient Supply Chain

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Wednesday, January 26
12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Join us for this in-depth panel discussion as we take a closer look at how both the pandemic and natural disasters have affected the movement of goods in Canada, mapped out along the pandemic timeline, through the lenses of both importers and exporters with insights provided by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority representing Canada’s largest port, the Port of Vancouver.


Smartphone Photography Basics for Business

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Tuesday, January 25 2022
10:00AM – 11:00AM

This is an introductory course to smartphone photography for business owners. Whether you are a bricks & mortar, online or outdoor activity business, understanding the equipment you are using and the guidelines of photography will help produce images that create a more professional appearance for your website and social media.


RBC Agriculture Presents: An Economic Update with a Focus on Supply Chain Challenges

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Wed Jan 19
Virtual Event – Webex Platform

Nathan Janzen and Scott Collins Join Adam Brown of RBC
RBC Agriculture presents a discussion focusing on the current economic and supply chain environment with a focus on the agriculture industry. We will be joined by Nathan Janzen, Senior Economist at RBC and Scott Collins of Alliance Agri-Turf.

Space is limited. REGISTER TODAY

Small Business Centre: Strengthen You Business Core Webinar

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Thurs, Feb 10, 2021
Save the Date! More info to come!

By adding to your knowledge and skills you can build and maintain a well balanced business.

•             Accounting

•             Human Resources

•             Marketing: Branding

•             Mental Health In & Out of the Workplace

More info coming soon…


Small Business Centre: More Than Just A Logo Webinar

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Tue, Jan 18, 2021
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Small Business Centre has brought in a branding specialist to help show you the value of proper branding.

The Value of Branding Explained:

•             Clarifying the difference between your logo and your brand

•             The importance of brand evolution and rebrands in 2022

•             Breaking down the core elements of branding and brand DNA

•             How to convey your brand across all social media platforms

•             Why branding is one of the most important investments for your business