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Mark your calendars and gather your business cards!
Join us for an exciting evening of connection as we gather the vibrant Manitoba business community for our WTC Talks event in January. On Wednesday, January 17th from 4-6 pm, we invite you to Kilter Brewing Co., where a night of networking and inspiration awaits.
Prepare to be inspired as we present three remarkable Manitoban entrepreneurs, Michelle Cameron, Tannis Smoke, and Rayel Smoke, who will take you on their captivating business journey.
Learn firsthand from these accomplished entrepreneurs as they share their triumphs, challenges, and the invaluable lessons they’ve acquired along the way. Following their talks, we invite you to participate in a stimulating Q&A session to delve deeper into their stories.
Whether you’re a seasoned entrepreneur or just starting your journey, we hope that this event will motivate you to expand beyond Manitoba’s borders and reach for the stars!
Date: January 17, 2023
Time: 4 – 6pm
Location: Kilter Brewing Co.
450 Rue Deschambault, Winnipeg, MB R2H 0K1
The story of Michelle Cameron CEO and Founder of Dreamcatcher Promotions, INAC and Dreamcatcher Executive Offices. Born and raised in a single mother household in Winnipeg Manitoba. An early on entrepreneur who has strived and persevered though the hardships, financial strain, and sacrifices to run successful businesses. Despite all the odds against Michelle being an Indigenous woman without a mentor to guide her – she has become a success story for many. After 10 years of business Michelle knows what it takes to start, run, and maintain a successful business with the now knowledge to guide others to also own their own business. Dreamcatcher Promotions is Canada’s largest Indigenous owned promotional company.
Nina Waste Events
Tannis Smoke, an accounting professional with over a decade of experience, is the management force behind Nina Waste Event Rentals. Her love for putting together gatherings and hosting events drives her passion for bringing her creativity to Nina Waste Events. A member of Dakota Plains First Nation, Tannis aims to incorporate Indigenous décor, games, and Indigenous Traditions to share across Turtle Island. Together with her sister, she’s excited to take their place as Indigenous business owners.
Nina Waste Events
Meet Rayel Smoke, her experience in marketing and sales has made her dedicated to the promotion of launching their business. Rayel looks forward to making each celebration they come across special and to infuse Indigenous décor, games and Traditions to all event spaces. Rayel is a member of Dakota Plains First Nation and is committed to collaborating with other Indigenous business owners in the event world. Rayel is excited to begin their journey as Indigenous business owners, turning celebrations into unforgettable experiences.