South Niagara Conversations

by South Niagara Chambers of Commerce

The South Niagara Chambers of Commerce is proud to back with Season 2 of South Niagara Conversations. Co-hosted by Scott Lunn of 105-1 The River, the podcast will be focused on issues that Niagara is talking about. It's Niagara Perspectives. Niagara Voices. Niagara Conversations.  

Podcast episodes

  • Season 2

  • S02 E03 - Business Planning Advice from Niagara Business Professionals

    S02 E03 - Business Planning Advice from Niagara Business Professionals

    In this week's conversation, we discuss the importance of business planning with three business professionals from Niagara. We welcome Verne Milot from Growth Associates, Bryan Lachappelle from B4 Networks, and Neville Kidd from D...

    37:41
  • S02 E02 - Niagara's 2021 Tourist Season Update

    S02 E02 - Niagara's 2021 Tourist Season Update

    In episode two, we welcome Joel Noden from HOCO Entertainment & Resorts and Andrew Niven from Konzelmann Estate Winery to discuss the 2021 tourism season in Niagara, trends moving forward, and where they see the industry going. Ep...

    34:21
  • S02 E01 - Employee Engagement and Retention

    S02 E01 - Employee Engagement and Retention

    We welcome Alu McCabe from Trusted Time Inc and Thalia Semplonius from the Niagara Workforce Planning Board to discuss the Employee Engagement and Retention Survey;They provide their insights and advice on how you can keep your em...

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  • Trailer

    S02 - Season Two Teaser

    S02 - Season Two Teaser

    We're back Niagara! We're bringing you more Niagara perpectives. More Niagara voices. And, of course, more Niagara conversations. New episodes will be uploaded Wednesdays.

    00:54
  • Season 1

  • S01 E20 - Niagara's Labour Market

    S01 E20 - Niagara's Labour Market

    In our final episode of season one, we welcomed Kelly Jones from Employment Solutions, Deanna D’Elia from the YMCA, and Vivian Kinnaird from the Niagara Workforce Training Board. We’ll gain some insight into the local labour marke...

    48:34