But not everyone knows that the seminar series is open to anybody interested in growing their own business. You do not need to be part of the BCIC-New Ventures Competition to attend the seminars.
Seminars are $20 each or $100 for the 10-week series and should you change your mind about entering the competition, your seminar fees are transferable to the competition fee.
This year’s seminars start on Wednesday, April 4 with Ralph Turfus’ “Assessing The Opportunity” and they all take place at the SFU Segal Graduate School of Business at Granville and Pender in downtown Vancouver.
Techvibes is working with BCIC-New Ventures to help promote the seminar series and we’re giving away seminar passes (valued at $100) to five lucky Techvibes readers. Note: These seminar passes do not include your entry in the business competition.
If you’re interesting in attending the seminar series for free, email firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know Techvibes sent you. The first five people to email her will win.