When it comes to the kind of buzz and excitement that next month’s Spark one-day business conference is generating, the only advice to anyone connected with—or hoping to connect with—the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is this: get your tickets for Saturday, November 16 before they run out.
With just 100 tickets reserved (at $99 plus HST each), Spark promises to set a new standard for the kind of ideas, innovation, and inspiration that will set the tone for what organizers expect will be an annual signature Chamber event.
Held at the Lambton College Event Centre (with a Friday night networking event designed to get our attendees fired up), Spark 2019 is building a cadre of confirmed speakers, including Emily Branton, president of Link2Feed (featured in last week’s Chamber Times newsletter).
This week we introduce Elizabeth Suni, founder and president of Wooly Doodle, an enterprise she launched just two and a half years ago, from sewing clothes in her basement to partnering with some 21 retail stores across Canada and a retail showroom in Chatham-Kent.
Elizabeth credits her success at least in part to online marketing campaigns, secrets she’ll be sharing with Spark 2019 attendees.
CLICK HERE to make sure you secure your tickets to Spark 2019!