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2021 Annual Report

The last year was a learning curve for most. Whether it was struggling to get into a meeting because you got the wrong zoom call or searching for the unmute button to express your thoughts. Many of us may be able to relate to some of the troubles that virtual events and meetings bring us. In the past year, we at the Chamber, learned how to cultivate these troubles and grow. We hosted many successful virtual events such as lunch and learns, political events, business awards, leadership breakfast, Presidents’ reception, State of the City and training sessions. This was all in addition to a number of grand openings and grand re-openings. These events allowed us to replant from our roots to develop a new way of connecting with one another. We are excited to develop and sprout as we share events that will continue Fuelling our Business Community.

Attendees

Online Events

Curious about our other events?

Social Media Conference

June 8 - June 29, 2021

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Evoke
Invest
MTEK

Joe Whitbread

Social Media Basics

Brooke Hawker

Quality Content

Kelli Ireland

Partnerships, Collaboration, and Influencers

David Papp

Digital Trends & Cybersecurity Tips

Attendees

Webinars

The annual Social Media Conference was adapted to be accessible as a virtual series over four weeks with four great presentations. Joe Whitbread CEO of Jo(e) Social Media started the conference with the basics of social media. Brooke Hawker owner of Evoke Inspired Marketing went into detail about quality and engaging content. Kelli Ireland with Invest Medicine Hat & ShopYXH touched on partnerships, collaboration and influencers. David Papp from MTEK Digital wrapped the series up with Digital Trends & Cybersecurity Tips. The information that was given from this series was extremely valuable and adaptable to our business community. This event was a collaborative effort between the above organizations.

Virtual Business Awards: Driving Business Forward

October 16, 2020

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