Former Dragon’s Den member to speak to Kelowna Chamber of Commerce

W. Brett Wilson to talk about his experiences on popular TV show and the importance of entrepreneurship in Canada.

  • Mar. 19, 2015 6:00 a.m.

W. Brett Wilson

The keynote speaker for the upcoming annual general meeting of the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce will be former Dragon’s Den panelist and successful entrepreneur W. Brett Wilson.

With the ownership of Global Fitness, PrairieWest Centre and several other large land holdings, Wilson is heavily vested in the Okanagan.

Wilson will bring stories from behind the scenes during his celebrated time on CBC’s Dragons’ Den, discuss the importance of planting the seeds of entrepreneurship in Canada, as well as share what he calls the three pillars to success.

The Chamber annual general meeting takes place Wednesday, April 8, noon, at the Manteo Resort, 3762 Lakeshore Rd.

Tickets are $55/person or $40 for Chamber members

Register online at http://bit.ly/19wrJSd

The deadline for buying tickets is before 4 p.m. on April 1.

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