The Telegraph Taphouse is proud to announce owner/operator Ram Khanal is speaking at the RBC Family & Small Business Summit.
“I’m so happy to be sharing the stage at the Small Business Summit,” Ram said. “I just love meeting and talking with people who have a passion for business, and our province.”
On March 13th, RBC is hosting their annual Family & Small Business Summit at the University of Lethbridge. Their purpose is to offer a space where budding entrepreneurs can listen and interact with business owners and innovators that have found success in their fields. By bringing together small business owners with students and other community members, attendees will see the opportunity that starting, or working with, a local business can create.
It’s through events like this that our business and entrepreneurial communities can grow. But more than that, the community can guide young people into the fold. Ram hopes that by getting up there and telling his story, he can encourage others to get out there and start following their passion.
Tickets for the event are free, and available now.
Sharing at the summit
At the event, Ram will be talking about his journey from his tiny village in Gorka, Nepal to becoming a restaurateur with three, successful restaurants under his belt.
“My life has taken me all over the world, and I’ve learned so much from that experience that I love to share,” Ram said.
At the event, Ram will take the stage during the first Presenter Series. He’ll be joined by fellow foodservice entrepreneurs: Angel Harper, Co-Founder of Mocha Cabana; and Marci Stickel, CEO of LA Chefs.
After presentations, each will have time to take questions from the audience. So, if you have any burning questions about the foodservice industry, or how to start your own restaurant, this event could be your key to breaking in.
The RBC Family & Small Business Summit
A one-day event, the Summit features a variety of local and provincial entrepreneurs and business people, including:
- Bill Spenceley, President, Flexahopper Plastics
- Marci Stickel, Owner / Founder / CEO, LA Chefs
- Blaine Emelson, Chief Commercial Officer & Co-Founder, Bridge Bud Supply & Bud Supply Group
- Roxanne Doerksen, CEO, T.R.A.D Worm Industries LTD.
- Keith Jones, General Manager and CFO, Rowland Farms
- Sanford Gleddie, VP of Operations, The Little Potato Co.
- Trevor Lewington, CEO, Economic Development Lethbridge
With a focus on creating new relationships that will strengthen local, Alberta businesses and create new prospects for residents, the summit offers plenty of time for attendees to network.
The day begins at 7:45, switching between networking opportunities and presentations from the various speakers. Lunch will be provided by LA Chefs at 12, and the final presentation will finish at 4:15
Sign up now
With free tickets, and room still available, now is the perfect time to sign up to make sure you get a seat. Ram, and the other presenters, hope to see you there.