The Power UP! Conference is expanding the concurrent breakout sessions in 2018 to include three presentations in the morning and three more in the afternoon.

Klooster_circleEntrepreneur 101

Danielle Klooster
Senior Business Development Advisor, Catapult Entrepreneurs

Learn the basics of starting a small business from the ground up. Danielle will show you how to navigate the unfamiliar waters of business start-up, from how to keep on top of finances to defining your ideal customers.
www.catapultentrepreneurs.ca

Holland_circlePositioned for Growth

Dwayne Holland
Brand Specialist, Symbra

Your brand is much more than a logo and advertising, your brand is a strategic foundation from which you can grow your business. If it’s not well planned, clear and confident you will risk moving forward with success. Are you ready?

www.symbra.com

May_circleStumbling Blocks in the Workforce

Barbara May
Business Coach

Barbara shares and teaches her Stumbling Blocks philosophy – the belief that you can get past your stumbling blocks – to help people understand and embrace her key message: If you get back up, anything is possible.

www.barbaramay.com

Ebelher_circleShow Me the Money! Financing Options for Small Business

Suzanne Ebelher
Director, Client Services, Business Link

This session covers everything financing for small business. Learn the difference between debt and equity, the truth about grants, what funders look for, alternative financing options, and more.

www.businesslink.ca

Cree_circlePerfecting Your Pitch

Hannah Cree
Social Entrepreneurship Specialist at ATB & Co-Founder, CMNGD

Join Hannah as she shares her own entrepreneurial story and how she tailored her pitch to raise money for her social impact business from the banks to private investors.  This is a hands-on workshop and attendees will receive a sample pitch deck to create their own story.

www.cmngd.com

Orlesky_circle

The 10 Most Powerful Questions You Should Ask in Every Sales Meeting

Kim Orlesky
The Leading Sales Coach

In 2010 it was predicted by Gartner Research that by 2016, 89% of companies would compete entirely on their customer service. Value-based selling is entirely built around the questions we ask and not what we say. Learn the top 10 questions you should be asking in every client meeting, and watch your revenues soar!

www.kimorlesky.com

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