Even small businesses can make a difference plus call out the need to provide equal access to start up funding for BIPOC and female entrepreneurs. We will also describe the social metrics that we focus for DEI.
You chose our community to be your safe space. Come see how you can make the most of it! In this information session, you will hear about the events, programs and resources you can experience and enjoy with your peers. Whether you are an existing member or new to our community, save your seat to discover all the opportunities you can embrace that will empower your journey as a Family Business, a Family Enterprise Advisor (FEA).
→ Part of Connecting Family Enterprise — BC Join us for breakfast and a panel discussion at Terminal City, to explore how we can all be prepared for the policies that will affect businesses in Canada.
Let's talk everything family meetings. Do you hold them? Should you hold them? How do you hold them? Who should be invited? Share you experience with others. It is probably the hardest meetings to get started. Lets change that!
→ Part of Connecting Family Enterprise — BC.ABC Recycling is Western Canada's largest metal recycling company. With ten locations across British Columbia, Alberta, and Washington State, ABC Recycling is a Canadian family enterprise with a 111-year heritage of serving and supporting communities through metal recovery, processing and recycling. ABC is committed to strengthening its relationships with Indigenous Peoples in every city it operates in. As well as committing themselves to reducing their environmental impact, ABC is a recipient of the Green Marine certification.
→ Part of Connecting Family Enterprise — BC. .Join us for a community cocktail reception! This is a wonderful opportunity to connect with other members of our community and enjoy an evening of networking, conversation, and relaxation.
→ Part of Connecting Family Enterprise — BC. Building on the strong foundation from the FEA Program, participants will be taken on a journey of self-reflection and discovery about their own practice and how they can better apply and utilize the FEA approach.
→ Part of Connecting Family Enterprise Gorman Bros. Lumber is known for creating The Finest Boards. Perhaps even more, they are known for working together and for the value they place on the family roots that connect them with their employees. This culture of family results in employees staying long term and creating product in a way that gives this small family company a big impact in the community.
Get the inside scoop on the experience and impact of the Family Enterprise Advisor (FEA) Program & Designation! Join designated FEAs Wendy Sage-Hayward and Tim Mohr in a candid fireside chat as they share their key learnings, how the program shifted their practice and the ongoing benefits of being part of the FEA community.
Learn more about Family Enterprise Canada In this online information session, we want to give you a real sense of what our community has to offer. We'll be joined by a family business member who will share details about their experience and explain how our community has impacted them and their family. This session will also highlight the benefits of membership and give us the opportunity to answer any questions you may have.