Low Cost Professional Development Events You Can Bring Your Kids To This Winter

Thinking of starting a business or already running one?

Check out these upcoming low to no cost professional development events in Ottawa – most require registration but it’s simple and quick to do from your phone or desktop!

Wednesday, February 12th
Friday, February 14th
Tuesday, February 18th
Wednesday, February 19th
Friday, February 21st
Monday, February 24th
Tuesday, February 25th
Wednesday, February 26th

Thursday, February 27th

Friday, February 28th
Monday, March 2nd to Monday, March 9th
Monday, March 2nd
Wednesday, March 4th
Thursday, March 5th
Friday, March 6th
Tuesday, March 31st

About Babies, Business + Breakfast

BBB Facebook Cover Photo

We believe parenthood and professional development don’t have to be mutually exclusive.

People have families and they want to invest in themselves. It shouldn’t be an either/or situation and we are creating a community that welcomes primary caregivers AND their children to talk about business in a safe and welcoming space (coffee and croissants included!)

Learn more about Babies, Business + Breakfast™.

We’re talking about protecting your ideas, Intellectual Property, mixing business and parenthood at our next event on Friday, February 14th.

Join us for the Babies, Business + Breakfast February 2020 Pop-Up Event at Bayview Yards between 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Tickets are almost SOLD OUT! 

We believe everyone should be able to invest in themselves alongside the ones they love and thanks to Feminist Twins, we are now offering 5 FREE tickets for parents who wouldn’t be able to attend otherwise.

This isn’t means tested, it’s an honour system. First come, first served. Simply register for your ticket and apply the special promo code at checkout to access the discount: BBB2020FT

Have a lovely weekend and I hope to see you at some of these upcoming professional development events around the city

Amy Lynch (+ Family)
Founder of Babies, Business + Breakfast

P.S. Know a parent who may be interested in joining the community? Please feel free to share the link to this blog post or our newsletter!

Flexible + Remote Work Resources For You:

FREE Digital Resources, Templates + Guides

• Template – Remote Work (With Kids) Time Blocking Made Easy [LEARN MORE]
• Guide – Babies + Business Mini Guide To Navigating The Corporate Jungle (With Kids) [LEARN MORE]

You can also follow my parenthood + professional development adventures on Instagram and via my previous blog posts.

Published by Amy Maureen Lynch

Over the past decade, Amy Maureen Lynch has negotiated remote work arrangements, freelance client work and validated business ideas, in between living and working in Canada, Europe and Australia (and having two kids). As the founder of Babies, Business + Breakfast™, she produces parent-friendly professional development events, digital resources and advise others on creating inclusive and flexible work solutions: mixingbabiesandbusiness.com She writes about travel, international family life, creativity and flexible work on her blog, where you can read about her experiences bringing her children into business settings and access flexible and remote work resources to help you navigate the future of work: notesfromanotherland.com. Amy’s first book, Startup Blogging: Validate A Business Idea and Build Your Audience, is based on her journey as a blogger, writer, founder and parent to date. Connect with her on: Twitter @amymlynch Facebook.com/AmyMaureenLynchWriter Instagram.com/amymaureenlynch LinkedIn.com/in/amymlynch/

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