The third annual Saskatchewan Rising Symposium is being held October 21 at McKenna Hall in Weyburn. Headlining this event will be Paul Martin of Martin Charlton Communications. Saskatchewan's leading business commentator, Martin, will look at the tea leaves and the numbers to answer that all important question: Is Saskatchewan's economic boom sustainable?
"We are very pleased to have Mr. Martin address the business leaders that will be attending the Symposium. His outstanding speaking ability and extensive business knowledge are sure to make his keynote a memorable one," said Whitney Bacon of Saskatchewan South East Tourism Association.
Steve McLellan, CEO of Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce will be giving the morning keynote address. He will begin the Symposium with remarks concerning Saskatchewan business, the overall future economic outlook and the strategies the Saskatchewan Chamber will incorporate to grow small business in the province.
Rounding out this one-day conference are informative breakout sessions with topics such as finding and keeping employees, factors affecting business, digital and social media, labour standards, and Southeast Regional College's services for small business.
Tickets for the Saskatchewan Rising Symposium are on sale now. To find out more about this business symposium, visit: www.saskatchewanrising.synthasite.com or call 842-8803.