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The 2nd Wednesday of every month JCI Calgary organizes a member Opportunity Night. This is an awesome learning and Networking Event.
Dele Ajele, Ph.D, P.Eng
Referral Marketing Consultant, The Referral Institute
Speakers Topic: EFFECTIVE NETWORKING Avoid networking fatigue, make the most of your networking time and effort!
JCI Members are Free!
Non- JCI Member: $20 per person
TICKETS: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/jci-calgary-february-member-opportunity-night-tickets-31523219799?ref=estw (tickets purchased on Eventbrite or cash at the door)
Snacks and one drink ticket per person will be provided
WHERE: Millstreet Brewpub
PARKING: Please note there is limited street parking so arrive early to find a spot.
16th and 18th Avenue both have parking.
St. Mary's Church on 18th Ave is also available. There is a church located behind 17th Avenue that has available street parking. DO NOT park in the vet clinic beside the pub - you WILL be towed! SPEAKERS BIO: Dele Ajele is a certified referral marketing consultant and business coach with Referral Institute (also known as Asentiv), an international business consulting organization. He is also a co-Executive Director of Business Network International (BNI) Southern Alberta region.
Dele has a background in Engineering with a doctorate in mechanical engineering from Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia as a commonwealth scholar. His career as a professional engineer has spanned a couple of decades and a variety of industries, resulting in a well-rounded and professional approach which he now uses in his role as a referral marketing consultant. Dele’s transition from Engineering to referral marketing has been largely driven by a strong desire to see business professionals achieve their business dreams while enjoying a life that is rich with relationships and personal fulfillment.
A public speaker and instructor, Dele is focused on professional service providers as his primary audience. He also enjoys volunteering as a way of giving back to his community. He is currently a volunteer instructor with the Alberta Board Development Program training Board members of Charitable organizations on effective governance.
Dele and his wife Moji have four children. He loves hiking, travel and spending time with his family. He is also a runner and has completed seven full marathon races.