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Women in Music BC – Entrepreneur Workshop

Apr 28, 2019 | Funding Recipient

Women in Music BC present this half-day workshop facilitated by Jacqueline Jennings (entrepreneur coach, start-up consultant) is geared towards entrepreneurial women and gender non-conforming humans that currently have, or are thinking about starting, their own companies in the music industry. This workshop will give attendees the inspiration and tools to dive into developing a clear vision, outline their business plans and set meaningful goals

Saturday, January 18th, 2020
1:00pm – 5:30pm
275 Venables St #290

The cost for this event is $25 per person and limited to 30 participants. Register now to attend.

Day Schedule:
1pm: Welcome & Intro
Story Circle (everyone gets seen and heard)
Leadership Discussion
Long Term Vision
3 pm: Break w. provisions from Meesh Coles, coffee, tea, and kombucha.
One Page Business Plan
Next Steps / Resources
Check Out
5:00 pm – 5:30 pm: Social

Attendees are asked to bring a journal and pen.

About Jacqueline Jennings:
Jacqueline Jennings is an entrepreneur coach, start-up consultant and group facilitator commonly referred to as Biz-Witch. She is most interested in learning about how we can get more done by doing less, how we can develop our intuition and instincts like any muscle in the body, how a leaders performance is directly impacted by how much they are willing to look at how they get in their own way and how everything we need to know to evolve, survive and thrive as the human race can probably be remembered by really looking at nature. Biomimicry, learning from elders, healing our boring stories, working with horses and waking up about intersectional feminist issues and decolonization are her current favourite topics of conversation. Based on the Sunshine Coast, raising a free range toddler, renovating and home and growing veggies, Jaqueline is currently working towards her vision of creating a world-class land-based retreat centre.

About WerkLab:
Werklab is home to a community of freelancers, entrepreneurs and creatives who are challenging the status quo of what work looks like. With a focus on holistic wellness, Werklab provides members with a host of services and resources to ensure they are living their best lives all day, every day. Why do we do it? Because the work thrives when you choose to hold space for your mental and physical health. We stand behind our belief that when you slow down and do the work within, the right work you're meant to be doing is put out, and is inevitably the work that the world needs from you.

All female-identifying, trans, non-binary, and two-spirit individuals that currently have, or are thinking about starting, their own companies in the music industry are welcome to attend this event.

We acknowledge that the land on which we gather, work, and connect is the unceded territory of Coast Salish Peoples, including the territories of the x?m?θkw?y??m (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and S?l?ílw?ta?/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

This event is supported by Creative BC and the Province of British Columbia.

We acknowledge the financial support of FACTOR and Canada’s private radio broadcasters.