A great start to 2015

Mississauga Board of Trade
Mississauga Board of Trade


February 3, 2015


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MBOT_candice-1By Candice Ragoonanan

What a great start to 2015!  If you missed any of our events in January, here’s a quick recap!
•    Our first GMM of 2015 has over 110 members and non members in attendance. Thank you again to our host venue Chartwell Retirement Residence
•    Politically speaking with Christine Elliott, MPP, front running leadership candidate for the PC party of Ontario
•    The first of 4 events in the Growth & Power 2015 series was kicked off by power house Ky Joseph, Executive VP of Sales for The Evanov Radio Group. Purchase your tickets for the remaining events in this series today!


•    Mississauga Business Xchange (MBX) at Rama gaming Centre- great connections were made at this fun and interactive gaming venue!
•    NGen Networking event at RBC Conference Centre. Thank you to our sponsor RBC and also to Rize Studios for adding an interactive ‘cool’ element to this event.

Mark your calendar.
Wednesday February 11 – GMM l Park Inn by Radisson l click here to register today!
Thursday February 12th Membership Matters l MBOT Office

Save the date….
Tuesday June 16, 2015 l Markland Wood Golf Club l Annual Nine, Dine & Network Golf Classic
Join us for Golf, networking, lunch and great prizes at one of MBOT’s signature events. A great start to your day, 8:30AM shotgun start at Markland Wood Golf Club.  All levels of sponsorship available, contact events@mbot.com  for more details.
Candice Ragoonanan is Event Coordinator at the Mississauga Board of Trade, responsible for the planning and execution of over 80 events a year at MBOT including the numerous business networking events and annual signature events. You can contact Candice at cragoonanan@mbot.com

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