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Do you dream of owning your own business but don’t know how to do it? Would you like to have a bit of extra income but a side hustle sounds daunting? We’ll talk about everything from creating a business plan to securing loans and managing your assets with a financial institution in this free webinar!

Join Zubin Doodha, Independent Business Advisor at connectFirst Credit Union and Connor Curran, founder of Local Laundry Canadian-made garments as they discuss business tips and entrepreneurial advice for all the side hustlers out there.

September 22, 2021  Date changed!
September 29, 2021
12 to 12:45pm
Register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_b10VWufYS6C1-hVK2umA9Q

About the speakers

Zubin Doodha
Zubin is an Independent Banking Advisor with a passion for business analysis. He supports his members with advice tailored to acquisitions and working capital solutions, helping them reach their full potential in terms of accessing capital to best suit their business needs.

Connor Curran
Connor founded Local Laundry in 2015. His beloved Alberta business creates high-quality garments for social good, collaborating with brands like the Calgary Flames, CBC, Shaw Communications and many others.


About the Speaker Series

Alberta Central and Credit Unions of Alberta‘s Speaker Series brings together some of Canada’s leading thinkers, forecasters and innovators for monthly discussions to help inspire bright and prosperous futures. This is the second of six speaker series that will connect Albertans to local subject matter experts on topics that matter. Alberta Central and Alberta credit unions are focused on serving our communities and we hope you’ll gain interesting and insightful perspectives from access to these experts.

Upcoming Speaker Series

  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: October 20
  • Financial Literacy: November 17
  • Cybersecurity and Fraud: December 8
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