Bridges to Better Business 2018

Rural Oxford Economic Development Corporation & The Small Business Centre are partnering to deliver the region’s 2nd Bridges to Better Business Event! Join Us!

Thursday, October 25th, 2018 Agenda:

11:00 am, Doors Open for Registration. Come early and build your network!

12:00 pm, Networking lunch.

1:30 pm, Keynote by David Coletto: The Millennial Generation is Changing Everything!

2:30 pm, Business Achievement Awards.

3:30 pm, Conclusion and Networking.


Tickets Now Available: Click Here for the 2-for-1 early bird rate!



About Our Keynote

Marketing Research Leader | Expert on Millennials

David Coletto delivers strategic advice and research design expertise to many of Canada’s foremost corporations, advocacy groups, and political leaders. A leader in online research methodologies, public affairs research, youth research, corporate and organizational reputation studies, David has led projects for top-tier companies in pharmaceutical, transportation, financial services, educational, natural resource, telecommunications, media, arts and cultural, tourism, and retail sectors. David’s clients have included Nestle, Sysco, Google, Ernst & Young, the RCMP and Hudson’s Bay, among others. Having earned a doctorate in 2010, David is an Adjunct Professor teaching courses on polling and public opinion, political marketing, research and public affairs. He is also an instructor at the Clayton H. Riddell Graduate Program in Political Management. He is an outspoken proponent of transparency in the polling industry and is regularly called upon by media and organizations alike to provide expert analyses of public opinion and research methodologies.

About Bridges to Better Business



We would like to thank these Community Partners:

Fanshawe College, Town of Tillsonburg, Town of Ingersoll,

Your Neighbourhood Credit Union, Libro Credit Union, BDC, Creative Atmosphere,

City of Woodstock, and the province of Ontario


To Sponsor this event, please contact Ronda Stewart, Manager at or call 519.539.2382 ext. 2600.



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