Unama’ki – Cape Breton Business DinnerThursday June 22 @ 5:00pm

La Picasse Cultural Centre, 3435 Highway 206, Petit-de-Grat, NS, B0E 2L0

  • Host: Cape Breton Partnership
  • Location: La Picasse Cultural Centre, 3435 Highway 206, Petit-de-Grat, NS, B0E 2L0
  • Price: 35
  • Start: Thursday June 22 @ 5:00pm
  • End: Thursday June 22 @ 9:30pm
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The Cape Breton Partnership and Municipality of the County of Richmond invite you to attend our upcoming Business Dinner, presented by Bear Head Energy, for an evening of networking and learning. This event will be highlighted with a keynote speech from Doug Griffiths, nationally renowned community strategist and author of “13 Ways to Kill Your Community”.

Focused on strengthening our local communities and networks, we encourage you to attend if you are a local business owner, community leader, dedicated volunteer, or are just passionate and committed to Unama’ki – Cape Breton’s growth as the best place to live, work, and invest.

Our event will begin and end with opportunities to network and socialize with attendees and event partners, presented by Rodney Thibeau of 3C Wealth Partners.

Are you an Investor of the Cape Breton Partnership? Investors are able to take advantage of special rates for all Cape Breton Partnership-hosted events!

To receive your Investor Promotional Code, or to inquire about becoming an Investor, please email invest@capebretonpartnership.com and we’ll get you started!

Click here to purchase your ticket(s) today!

Keynote: Doug Griffiths, Chief Community Builder

Growing up on a ranch outside a small community was a great practical education for Doug Griffiths, giving him a strong work ethic and critical thinking skills. He went on to also acquire an Honours BA Philosophy, followed by a B.Ed, and in 2016 completed the Executive MBA program at the University of Alberta. Education, whether he is learning or teaching, has always been an important aspect of his life. After teaching and ranching for several years, Doug successfully served as an elected Member of the Legislative Assembly in the Province of Alberta for four consecutive terms. In that time, he served in two senior Cabinet portfolios as Minister of Municipal Affairs and Minister of Service Alberta, as well as three junior positions in Agriculture, Finance, and Solicitor General.

Doug retired from politics in January 2015 to actively pursue his passion of helping communities, organizations and businesses grow stronger. In his best-selling book, 13 Ways to Kill Your Community, Doug identifies challenges and opportunities that all our communities face. The lessons that come from those stories are applicable to all types of communities, whether they are towns, organizations, or businesses. His talents include seeing through the lies we tell ourselves, overcoming bad attitudes, targeted and focused tactical planning, communicating with those who are afraid to change, and building enduring prosperity for communities. His passion lies in building strong communities, because within strong communities leadership can succeed, businesses can prosper, and families can find a great quality of life.

To learn more about Doug and 13 Ways, visit https://13waysinc.com/.