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2022-2023

SAVE $190 WITH SEASON SEATS

MONTHLY NETWORKING PASS

Chamber Season Seats gets you 20% off (or $190 in savings) and gives your team monthly access to Winnipeg’s best networking events.

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BE SEEN IN YOUR COMMUNITY

Are you looking to get more involved in our Winnipeg business community?

Every year 200+ Winnipeg businesses and community leaders subscribe to our Season Seats and are granted access to twelve (12) membership luncheons from September through June that include our highly anticipated VIP luncheons, State of the Province and State of the City Addresses.

Each Membership Luncheon welcomes subject-matter experts in today’s biggest business trends – helping your business stay in-the-know.

In addition, each luncheon connects your team with 300-1,200+ attendees each month and is a perfect opportunity to network with Winnipeg’s business community.

Season Seats save your organization 20% off the regular rate or $190 in savings and are available exclusively for Winnipeg Chamber members for a limited time.

Season Seats benefits include:

  • 20% off the regular ticket price (a savings of $190)
  • Hear from keynote speakers in leading business trends
  • Opportunity to share season seats with your  team (or your clients!)
  • Preferential seating 
  • Automatically registered for all twelve (12) luncheons in 2022/23 season
  • Includes seats to State of the City and State of the Province
  • Savings on additional standalone tickets
  • First to hear VIP event announcements

Season Seat Investments:

Single Seat | $660+ GST

Table of 6 | $3,960+ GST

Table of 8 | $5,280+ GST

Table of 10 | $6,600+ GST

SEASON SEAT SALES CLOSED

*please email [email protected] for more info*


More information about Chamber Season Seats and events:


 

What’s included in your Season Seats:

 

September: State of Downtown

Mick Cornett, businessman and former 4-Term Mayor of Oklahoma City

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27

In the next two years, tens of millions of dollars will be invested in our downtown as part of our city’s Downtown Recovery Strategy – but what does this look like?

In the heart of every city, is its downtown core – a meeting place where friends reconnect on a patio, where we sip our morning coffee on the way to a meeting, and where as a community we fill our streets sporting jerseys to show our pride for our local teams. It’s a place where business, arts, and culture all come together.

The future of Winnipeg’s downtown is ours to imagine, contemplate and create.

Join us for our first ever State of the Downtown, where as a community we will envision and explore the future of our city’s gathering place. 

Hosted in partnership with Downtown Winnipeg BIZ and Exchange District BIZ.

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October: Mayoral Debate – The Future of Our City

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2022

The city will be taking a new direction come this October. 

Top mayoral candidates will try to prove they are the right person for the job and share their campaign priorities with the business community. We’ll ask the tough questions about road infrastructure, housing, economic growth, employment generation, and more. 

This is your opportunity to get your questions answered and make an informed decision on voting day. 

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November: Win the Battle for Talent

Chrissie Arnold, Director of Advisory Services, Future Forum

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24

Are you hiring? Maybe the more important question is: are your people happy?

The pandemic shattered the workplace status quo – jumpstarting remote work practices across industries and enabling global job opportunities, no matter where you call home. Today, employers are struggling to find and keep quality talent. The power belongs to the workforce. How can companies create a workplace culture that improves personal well-being and career fulfillment in the digital-first era? How can organizations build high-functioning teams of talented, engaged people? There’s a roadmap to a better, more people-centric, future of work.

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VIP: State of the Province Address

Hon. Heather Stefanson, Premier of Manitoba

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8

The Winnipeg Chamber will welcome Manitoba’s 24th Premier, the Honourable Heather Stefanson, for her second State of the Province Address. 

With over 1000 business and community leaders in attendance, this signature Chamber event is the business community’s opportunity to hear more about the province’s approach and priorities for the coming year. on their first few months in office. This will be an event you won’t want to miss.

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December: Taking Pride in our Own Backyard

Margaret Redmond, President & CEO of Assiniboine Park Conservancy

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15

In 2009, the Assiniboine Park Conservancy unveiled a bold redevelopment plan for Assiniboine Park that has breathed new life into this cherished and historic community asset. The opening of The Leaf – Canada’s Diversity Gardens will mark the end of this incredible journey and the beginning of an exciting new chapter for the Park and the City of Winnipeg.

Assiniboine Park Conservancy President and CEO, Margaret Redmond, will share lessons learned over more than a decade of development and reflect on the future of Assiniboine Park, how The Leaf – Canada’s Diversity Gardens is a project of its time, and why Winnipeg is the perfect place to bring it to life.

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January: Creating Mentally Safe Spaces in the Workplace

Deborah Gillis, President & CEO of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Foundation

THURSDAY, JANUARY 26

With the pandemic, your team faced isolation, anxiety, illness, and uncertainty. Now more than ever, workplaces need to talk and address mental health challenges. As leader in your organization, what can you do to create a safe space where your people feel the best?

Also, as a leader – how are you taking care of your own mental health? The weight of our workloads, personal life and state of the world can be heavy. 

Hear from Deborah Gillis, President & CEO of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Foundation, about her own experiences leading through the pandemic and the evidence-based resources that can help you prioritize mental health in the workplace.

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February: The Secret of Community-Led Growth

Erin Blaskie, Fractional CMO and Marketing Consultant

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16

Growth is key to the success of your business. Whether it’s growing your team, client base, revenue, or your brand, growth should always be at top of mind. 

The first step? Growing your business around the community you serve. 

Discover the importance of community-building and how leveraging community-led growth in your business can increase brand visibility, generate more leads, and produce more revenue. 

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VIP: State of the City Address
Mayor of Winnipeg

MARCH 2023

The annual State of the City Address is one of The Chamber’s signature events, attracting a wide audience to network, connect with community leaders and witness the government’s priorities. 

This year’s State of the City will be the first with our new Mayor as our city embarks on a new direction. Our new mayor will shed light on what Winnipeggers can expect moving forward and give a progress report on their first few months in office. This will be an event you won’t want to miss.

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March: So, who made you buy it?

Mark Greenspan, Founder of influenceTHIS

THURSDAY, MARCH 23

Let’s be honest, how many times have you purchased that must-have kitchen gadget or skincare product (that promised to make you look younger!) because of a celebrity who vouched for it on their social media channel? 

Influential marketing is and has been the next big thing. Everyday consumers, just like you, are becoming influential overnight social media stars, building a massive and loyal following invested in their every move.

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April: Racial Justice is Climate Justice

Larissa Crawford, Founder and Managing Director of Future Ancestors Services

THURSDAY, APRIL 20

In the past two years, we have seen the inequitable impact of the global pandemic, and inequitable impacts of irreversible climate change. 

Communities of colour are often the least contributors to pollution and climate change and yet are the most impacted by its consequences. It can no longer be overlooked that climate change and racial injustice are linked and the systemic racism that influences its impacts cannot be ignored.

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May: Protecting your Business from Cyber Attacks

Dr. Eman Hammad, Cyber-Physical Security & Resilience of PwC

THURSDAY, MAY 18

It’s something most of us think won’t happen to us – until it does. Have you ever got an email request from a team member asking you for a strange request? Yes, us too. Cybersecurity is the important practice of protecting your client data, organizational systems and networks from cyber attacks.

How can your team best assess risk of cyber attacks in emerging technologies during everyday tasks? And as an organization, how do you build pro-active and secure systems and networks that prevent these attacks from even taking place?

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June: Celebrate Winnipeg – The Importance of Indigenomics

THURSDAY, JUNE 8

This year’s Celebrate Winnipeg luncheon will focus on the celebration of Indigenous History Month as we hear from a panel of Indigenous business leaders. The panel will discuss the importance of Indigenous businesses and how they are integral to our economy. 

Join us for the year-end celebration at our 7th annual Celebrate Winnipeg luncheon and share in the love of our love for our great city. 

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THANK YOU OUR 2021/22 SEASON SEATS

  • 5468796 Architecture
  • Association of Fundraising Professionals, Manitoba Chapter
  • Bell MTS, a division of Bell Canada
  • Beyond the Lounge Ltd.
  • Booth University College
  • Canada Life
  • Carlyle Printers Service & Supplies
  • Comforts of Home-Care Inc.
  • CP
  • CPHR Manitoba
  • Cushman & Wakefield | Stevenson
  • Economic Development Winnipeg Inc.
  • Ernst & Young LLP
  • Fillmore Riley LLP
  • Habitat for Humanity Manitoba
  • Imaginet Resources Corp.
  • Innkeepers
  • Johnston Group Inc.
  • Lazer Grant LLP Chartered Professional Accountants
  • Manitoba Hydro
  • MNP LLP
  • PCL Constructors Canada Inc.
  • Pinnacle
  • RBC – Royal Bank – Head Office
  • Red River College Polytechnic
  • Riverview Health Centre Foundation
  • Rogers Communications Canada Inc.
  • SCE LIFEWORKS INC.
  • Staffmax Staffing & Recruiting
  • Steinbach Credit Union
  • Swan Lake First Nation Gaming Centre
  • Taylor McCaffrey LLP
  • Travel Manitoba
  • University of Manitoba 
  • University of Winnipeg
  • Vantage Studios Inc.
  • Westland Construction Ltd.
  • Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre
  • Winnipeg Folk Festival
  • Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra Inc.
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