Check out the Change In The Making Conference up in Squamish without having to pay a dime.
The conference is sending two lucky businesspeople on a Squamish getaway, complete with admission passes to the conference.
The Change In The Making Conference is the newly revamped name for the Canadian Internet Marketing Conference, which has been in Squamish hosting the biggest names in marketing since 2015.
Over 900 business owners and industry leaders will be at the conference to speak and rub shoulders with attendees. The list includes Pixar’s Matthew Luhn; the co-founder of RTOWN, Luke Aulin; and Lara Dewar from World Vision Canada.
Panel discussions will include representatives from well knows companies such as Starbucks, Buzzfeed, Twitter, Facebook, Google, Instagram, YouTube, Vega, Forge and Smith, Cineplex, Hootsuite, and more.
By coming out to the conference small business owners will have a chance to acquire new tools, make themselves known to others in the industry, revitalize their business’ digital marketing, and bolster their own lists of contacts.
…and they will get to spend two days in beautiful Squamish. Not a bad place for some time away from the office—while still improving the company.
That trip can be made even sweeter by winning the contest package, which includes two general admission conference passes, two spa passes, two tickets onto the Sea to Sky Gondola, and a 50″ flat screen TV to boot.
For all those who aren’t quite as lucky as the big winner, conference tickets are still available at picatic, with discounts available for students and not-for-profits. But be quick! They’ve sold out a month early in both 2015 and 2016.
Enter to win a CIMC prize pack, including:
To enter to win the contest, do at least one of the following:
Contest entries will be accepted from the time and date of publishing until 11:59 pm on Sunday, April 2, 2017. One winner will be chosen at random and contacted through the platform they used to enter.
When: Wednesday, April 5 to Thursday, April 6
Where: West Coast Railway Heritage Park – 39645 Government Rd, Squamish
Tickets: $250-$800 – available through Picatic
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