Take your lunch hour to learn a valuable new skill. This webinar is open to members of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce & employees.
Covid-19 exacerbated the productivity gap that predated the pandemic within Canadian businesses. Lost productivity means lost profitability. Many entrepreneurs recognize such, however, are oftentimes unclear about exactly where to start and exactly how to make needed changes. Join us to learn how to spot signs of inefficiencies in your organization as well as practical steps you can take to run a leaner and more profitable business.
This live, online event will also include a Q&A session.
Thursday, November 19, 2020
Free & exclusive to members of the Richmond Chamber with advance registration.
Anish Ambujakshan brings over 14 years of expertise in process consulting and operations management across multiple industries including Technology, Finance and Manufacturing. At BDC, Anish is committed to create an impact on Canadian entrepreneurs by improving their business productivity and profitability. He believes that consulting is about being client-centric and working towards common goals. Anish holds an MBA from the University of Alberta, and he is also a certified PMP (Project Management Professional) and ASQ CSSGB (American Society for Quality Six Sigma Green Belt).
Coming from a long line of entrepreneurs in the family, Jacqueline Zhou has had an interest in entrepreneurism from a young age. After obtaining a multidisciplinary education including a Master of Engineering and a Bachelor of Science, Jacqueline worked for multinational companies such as IBM, SAP and DELL. In 2017, she joined BDC’s Advisory Services and currently specializes in working with small to mid-sized businesses to identify business improvement priorities and solutions. In this role, she is able to use her experience and business acumen to assist companies to advance to the next level in their growth and to increase their profitability. Jacqueline’s clients appreciate her practical approach to business opportunities and her integrity in all dealings. She is well known for building trusted relationships with her advisory clients as she helps them to improve their business aspects.
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