Township of Langley hosting economic forum

Event offers opportunity to network, hear plans about keeping business
climate thriving in coming years

A free, interactive event focusing on Langley Township’s economic future is being held, and the local business community is encouraged to attend.

An Economic Forum will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 14, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Langley Events Centre’s Banquet Room.

The Langley Events Centre is located at 7888 200 St.

This is the second economic forum to be hosted by the Township’s Economic Development Department.

The event will offer opportunities to network with others and hear about plans to keep the Township’s business climate thriving in the years to come.

Guest speakers include Township Mayor Jack Froese, Business Council of B.C chief economist Ken Peacock, Frontline Real Estate Services co-owner Jordan MacDonald, and Steve Nicol of Lions Gate Consulting.

More than 50 people have already confirmed their attendance.

To participate in the forum, RSVP to Shirley Johnson at 604 533-6152 or spjohnson@tol.ca by Wednesday, Nov. 7.

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