LOCAL TALKS | VANCOUVER . BC

Journeys of an Entrepreneur

November 15, 2016 from 6:30PM to 8:30PM @ The Aviary, Vancouver, BC

Local Talks No 7 | Vancouver . BC

Journeys of an Entrepreneur 

Join us, along side Futurpreneur as we gathered a group of Vancouver’s successful young entrepreneurs to share significant moments from their entrepreneurial journeys. They'll share their candid stories on their distilling moments—moments that fundamentally shifted their life trajectories—and will highlight their lessons learned along the way.

With:

Anita Cheung, Moment Meditation & The Social Yoga
Jessica RobsonFreelance Writer + Creative
Jessica Barrett, Freelance writer, editor and storyteller

The Schedule:

6:30PM - 7:00PM Doors Open/Social
7:00PM - 8:00PM Session + Q&A
8:00PM - 8:30PM Social

What your ticket includes:

•  Refreshments & light bites
•  Networking with a bunch of rad folk just like you

Meet the line up:

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Anita Cheung 

Anita is a yoga therapist, owner of The Social Yoga & co-founder of MOMENT Meditation. She is passionate about helping others cultivate connections with themselves and with other people. She believes in good design, good music, good food, and good conversation.




Jessica Robson

Jessica is freelance writer and creative. multi-passionate-ism evangelist. human experience enthusiast. @lululemon ambassador also: @behyouman.

Jessica Barrett

Jessica is a freelance writer, editor and storyteller based in Vancouver, B.C. Her award-winning work has appeared across the country in publications such as The National Post, The Vancouver Sun, The Ottawa Citizen, The Calgary Herald, BC Business Magazine and Vancouver Magazine. She also writes a column for theVancouver Courier, focusing on the challenges facing people under 40 in Canada’s most expensive city. Jessica also creates and edits content for communications clients and offers writing seminars for students and other groups.

In 2013, Jessica was awarded Postmedia News Network's Michelle Lang Fellowship in Journalism, which allowed her to spend a year researching and writing about the way work is changing in our modern economy — and how it affects our personal and professional lives. Her resulting series Work In Progress saw her named as a finalist for the 2014 National Newspaper Awards. Jessica continues to be fascinated with how our labour market is shifting in response to globalization, technology and changing attitudes toward work.

THE DETAILS

When: Tuesday November 15, 2016
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Where: The Aviary (see map)
Cost: $15 @ online  | $20 @ door

Tickets are final sale and are non negotiable. 


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