Mississauga | Growing your business through Relational Capital!

  • December 14, 2015
  • 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • Living Arts Centre | 4141 Living Arts Dr, Mississauga, ON

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Hello Modern Women!

This is our last meeting for 2015, and we want to end the year with a BANG!!  

This month we will be learning how to grow our business and close those JV partners using RELATIONAL CAPITAL, and we have the authority himself, Brian Crombie teaching us exactly how!

This month we are going to bring all the pieces together, and answer a few of the most commonly asked questions:

How do we find those JV Partners?

How do we get those JV Partners to choose us over the rest?

What is the key to getting around bidding wars?

How do we ensure that our deals are always ready to be funded?

What are the keys to building long term, and profitable relationships?

SEATS ARE LIMITED, reserves yours NOW!

If there is one event you want to attend before the start of the holiday rush this is it!!!

What you will be learning will not only help you grow your Real Estate Portfolio, it will help you master all relationships in your life

Reserve YOUR SEAT NOW to avoid disappointment!


Brian Crombie runs his own financial consultancy and private equity / venture capital advisory specializing in acquisitions, financing, corporate development and strategy for small and medium size businesses in the Life Sciences, High Tech and Green Tech industries. He is currently CFO of Steel Rail Entertainment and Evolution Optiks and has previously worked as CFO for Biovail Corporation and PurGenesis Technologies and in finance, corporate development and strategy for several companies including: The Jim Pattison Group, The Molson Companies and The Walt Disney Company. Brian has experience in Investment Banking with Morgan Stanley and in consulting with Laventhol & Horwath.

Brian was the founder and Co-chair of the Mississauga and Western GTA Summits, is on the Board of the Transit Alliance and is VP of the Mississauga Arts Council. He has lots of experience in politics at all three levels of government and in community and charitable organizations.

Brian has an HBA from the Ivey School of Business, graduated with an MBA and as a Baker Scholar from Harvard Business School and is currently completely a DBA at Case Western Reserve University and the International School of Management. His research topic is Social Capital in Innovative Clusters in times of Financial Duress. Brian speaks on this research in an inspirational instructional talk: Community and the Power of Co.

SEATS ARE LIMITED, RESERVES YOURS NOW!

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