Written by: Jonathan Wade, Red River College | Creative Communications - Student Intern
On December 13, The Chamber is hosting our Small Business Forum at the Royal Canadian Mint. The event features a holiday pop-up shop called Shop Local, Give Local—the perfect opportunity to give back to the local economy, get your holiday shopping done and find new non-profits to partner with.
Here are some members who will be at Shop Local, Give Local:
Gourmet Inspirations makes seven different kinds of delicious sauces--both savory and sweet.
Sweet C Bakery
Sweet C Bakery offers delectable sweets for any occasion—your one-stop shop for cakes, cookie or chocolate platters and even candy sushi.
Torque Brewing co.
Torque Brewing co. is a taproom that serves their local Torque beers. They also host corporate and private group events. Visit their website to see what's currently on tap.
CTRLV Virtual Reality
CTRLV Virtual Reality provides interactive VR experiences, including games and simulation. They also host birthday parties, corporate functions and other events.
Capital K Distillery
Capital K Distillery offers locally distilled liquor. They also host tours (including one of our Member MeetUp), private events, and even cocktail classes.
Cinnaholic offers an abundance of different cinnamon roll flavours and toppings. They also make mini cinnamon buns, cakes, fudge brownies, and more. Need catering for your event? They can provide that too.
Powered by Jessica
Powered by Jessica offers workshops to help grow your small business. Workshops are offered one-on-one or in a group.
Love Local MB
Love Local MB is an event showcasing locally made food and beverage makers and their products. Save the date: Love Local MB 2019 takes place on March 2, 2019.
Made Here is a shop that showcases local Manitoba makers. Everything in the shop is Manitoba-made products and better yet, a portion of proceeds goes to four children's charities in Manitoba. For a full vendor list, click here.
We'll see you on December 13!
Red River College | Creative Communications | Student Intern
Jonathan Wade is interning at The Chamber as part Red River College's Creative Communications second year work placement program. Jonathan is interested in public relations and is a passionate Winnipeg sports fan. He has a fantasy hockey news/advice blog and hosts a local music podcast.
See you at Shop Local, Give Local!