“Bringing the human connection to business.”

Use the links below to make sure you’re registered for upcoming events.


These “Confidential Conversations & Connections” are designed to offer women a combination of brainstorming, education, peer accountability and support in a group setting to sharpen business and personal skills and to connect with smart, savvy business women who want to succeed (just like you!)

As with all C3 events, you will have a hardcopy resource to compliment your Book of Knowledge©

Bring business cards so we’ll know who you are and a pen & journal/paper to jot down those ‘AHA!’ moments. Invite a friend or colleague to join you if it makes you feel more comfortable meeting us for the first time.

You don’t need to be a member to attend (but we think you’ll find membership irresistible!)

*all non-registered walk-ins are $35 cash so register and save today!

WORKSHOP | May 31st | YVR

CONNECT! Build, Leverage & Influence Your Network

Building lasting, genuine connections is good for business.

This jam-packed 2 hour workshop will give you a variety of tools and techniques to help you effectively and efficiently build, leverage and influence your network. For details and registration, click on “Yes! I want to attend!”

Eventbrite - CONNECT! Build, Leverage + Influence Your Network


C3: Confidential Conversation & Connections


VANCOUVER C3: Tues. May 16th @ 9:00 am

SBBC – Waterfront Station
601 West Cordova St. Vancouver, BC


NORTH VAN C3: Thursday, May 18th @ 7:00 pm

JJ Beans Coffee House – Park & Tilford
333 Brooksbank Ave.  North Vancouver, BC.



COURTENAY C3: Thurs. May 18th @ 12:00 pm

Bayside Cafe – Upstairs
2760 Cliffe Avenue, Courtenay, BC

Eventbrite - Courtenay C3 | The Impostor Syndrome - Let it go!


SHAWNIGAN LAKE C3: Wed. May 31st @ 9:00 am

Dewar McCarthy & Company
2769 Shawnigan Lake Rd, Shawnigan Lake, BC

Eventbrite - Shawnigan Lake C3 | The Impostor Syndrome - Let it go!

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This Month’s Topic of Discussion: 
“The Impostor Syndrome – Let it go! ”