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BizWell Studio travels to many areas in BC and Alberta to attend and create events that are inspiring, educational and motivating for people looking at pushing the boundaries in their personal and professional lives. The 2 events mentioned below are a perfect example of this.

Human contact and connection are critical to our health and well-being, as we all are social creatures … OK, I get it, some of us are more social than others maybe!

I have been really missing attending conferences and meeting people in person in the last 2 years. As a video and film production company, we have organized many exciting events in the past all over Canada and the US. We would choose a city or town, book a nice theatre and bring motivational speakers and cast members to share discussions from the stage around our films. This has always been a very interesting and rewarding process for us, as it has allowed us to spend time in communities we only superficially knew before and really discover the local vibrant life that many of the smaller communities have.

One of my favorite Canadian cities is Edmonton. I have always liked the entrepreneurial spirit and simple, down-to-earth attitude that prevails. The city is also very beautiful in the summer, with the Saskatchewan river cutting through it and all the beautiful green spaces.

Watch: Laurent Goldstein invites Edmonton entrepreneurs and business owners to the premiere of A Going Concern

We will be hosting our first event in over 2 years (Yeah!) at the great Shaw theatre in NAIT on June 28th: here’s the link to tickets.

Our first event in over 2 years

This event will be the official premiere of the feature documentary film we produced on the life of Gerry Levasseur. Gerry, who is now 88 years young from a chronological perspective, is a business icon who has given back a lot, in the towns and communities where his hotels and resorts are located. The town of Jasper as an example, would not be what it is today, without the help and support from Gerry.

Beyond just the story of one man, the film is a celebration of the pioneering entrepreneurial spirit that is so prevalent in Western Canada. During our event, we will reflect on what it takes to succeed in business today, while having fun at the same time. It is going to be a business networking mecca and we have business owners coming from as far as Vancouver to be part of it.

Check out this article that was just released in the Edmonton Journal about the family-run business and the event on June 28, 2022.

If you are an entrepreneur or business owner, you do not want to miss attending this inspiring and networking evening.

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