Lessons on Networking as an Introvert

It almost always seems like you have to be out there and in peoples faces to get the attention you need, but that can be challenging if you identify as an introvert. Learn how to make networking work for you by playing to your strengths.

Come to our workshop if:

  • You struggle with networking or social events.
This workshop is NOT for you if:
  • You only view your network as a tool to accomplish your goals and aren’t interested in building real relationships.

You will learn:

  • How to reframe networking and make yourself comfortable at networking events.
  • How to carry a conversation with anyone.
  • How to navigate a room and insert/excuse yourself politely from conversations.
Capacity is 10– book your spot now! 

Lunch and Learn: Procuring Tenders and Doing Business with Government

If you are a freelancer, contractor, or consultant you will want to attend this Lunch and Learn with YG Procurement Advisor, Meaghan Griffin.

Working in the Yukon, with close proximity to Government, can mean great opportunites. . . if you know how to capture them.

Meaghan will be offering her expertise, tools, and resources to help connect you to the potential opportunities to work with Yukon Government!

Bring your lunch to NorthLight Innovation, in the Outpost 31 classroom on the Makespace side of the building to take part in this informative Lunch and Learn.

This is a free event, but please register to reserve your spot.

Lunch n’ Learn – How to Deliver the Perfect Business Pitch?

Do you need tips for preparing you elevator pitch?

Join us for a complimentary Lunch and Learn session facilitated by Selene Vakharia followed by a Q&A with local investors on how to get your business funded.

Heavy apps provided for FREE!

This event is brought to you by



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NorthLight Innovation
Mon – Fri: 9am to 5pm
Wed – Sun: 1pm to 9pm
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