14 October 2016,
2nd test!

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Spirit-Driven Networking

We are all partners in each other’s business. That is the value =
of networking.
The PBEX Spirit

Hi Phoenix,
Our Phoenix membership =
hopes that you and your family
enjoyed the Thanksgiving holiday. We w=
elcome you to consider joining us as our guest at one of our three meeting =
For your reference, we are sharing our weekly newsletter.Thank you for letting us stay in touch with you!


ick Highlights

We have business for Banking Services Zoom Option for Attending Meetings Speaker for Monday’s MeetingSpeakers fo=
r Tuesday’s Meeting
Speaker for Wednesday’=
s Meeting
Just Say Yes! – Event InformationMake-A-Wish Christ=
mas Gala
Meet one of our Recent New MembersThree Phoenix Meeting Locations to Fit your Sched=

Visit Our Website

 We are looking for a Banking Services Re=

If you know someone who is in the banking services industry, in TD o=
r Royal Bank who is professional and reliable, please let them know that ou=
r networking group is ideal for expanding their customer base. Now with thr=
ee locations, Phoenix Business Exchange has members who represent over 50 b=
usinesses in the community. These members welcome someone to join our group=
who is knowledgeable in the banking services industry.

Stay Connected by Zoom with Phoenix!

Phoenix Business Exchange is proud to offer a means to network even =
when you are unable to leave your business. Visit us for free, Phoenix,&nbs=
p; via Zoom.us and promote your business virtually. Simply enter the m=
eeting number posted on our website and you are connected with us. 

We are the only networking group in the world ~ that we know of ~ th=
at provides the alternative of a remote link to attend our weekly meetings.=
We want you to succeed without limitations regardless of what conditions y=
ou are facing. We also look forward to meeting you in person!

You are Welcomed to Be Included in this Weekly Newsletter Connec=
Us All Together

A reminder to be in touch with any news or a=
nnouncements or event information to be included in the Phoenix Spirit wee=
kly newsletter. We enjoy celebrating and supporting each other!

With thanks from Lynn 

Topic for Monday’s Meeting

Open Business Forum – How to retain your customers. M=
arriott Fairfield location (Kanata).

Speaker for Monday’s Meetin=

Christine Forget i=
s the owner of Help for Mom Senior Accommodation Services.  Finding a =
home for your loved ones is not easy with the amount of locations there are=
for seniors. Christine will show you how.  She will be presenting at the Marriott Fairfield Inn & Suites location (see below for details).

Link to Christine’s website

Speaker for Tuesday’s Meeti=

a Hui
is the owner of Edible Arrangements. Ada will
demonstrate the work involved in making a fruit arrangement
y for delivery. Ada will be presenting at the Crystal
View Lodge loca=
tion (see below for details).

Link to Ada’s website

Speaker for Tuesday’s Meeti=

Sarah Caesar of=
DoTerra Essential oils will share her passion
for the quality of the=
essential oils and the benefits of using them.
Sarah  will=
be presenting at the Crystal View Lodge location
(see below for deta=

Link to Sarah’s=

Speaker for Wednesday’s Mee=

Dr. Paul Greenacre of Dolphin =
Dentistry talks about the importance of having healthy teeth which is the c=
onnection of all health within the body.  Dr. Paul Greenacre draws fro=
m his vast knowledge and 40 years experience to bring a simple message to y=
ou. This is a must see.  Paul will be the first member to present his =
business in our new venue at the RCAF Officer’s Mess building location and =
we are honoured to have him as a member. (see below for details).

Link to Paul’s Website

 Reminder of Just=
Say Yes! Event

Trish Harris is the organizer for this uplifting one-day event on=
Saturday October 22nd (9:30=
am – 4pm
) with a total of eleven speaker presentations and demonstra=
tions combined to empower the spirit within to Just Say Yes! Back by popular demand,  =
this fully-energized day will help many to move forward in their lives. &n=
bsp;It will be happening in the RA Center at 2451 Riverside Drive in Otta=
wa. See the speakers Trish has lined up on your behalf on the Just Say Yes! Event website. Doors o=
pen 9:00am. Register now as it may be sold out a=
t the door.


Make-A-Wish Gala Event=

Win-Win for Companies Planning

;            &n=
bsp;      “The Christmas Party” 

On behalf of Make-A-Wish Eastern Ontario we would like =
to invite you to join us the 11th annual =
on November 19th, 2016 at the Ottawa Conference and Event Centre=
. The theme of this year’s black tie event is “Masquerade Ball”.  
Over the last 11 years, the Gala has been a huge contr=
ibutor in helping us grant over 647 magical wishes within the Eastern Onta=
rio community. Individual tickets and tables for 10 can be purchased (tax =
receipts provided) and company logo displayed and included in evening even=
t program.  
More information and purchase tickets

 Welcome New Member!=


We warmly welcome Cind=
y Little as one our new members 

at Phoenix Downtown. C=
indy brings extensive knowledge of 

health and wellness as=
a former gym owner and personal
trainer of 15 years who retired at 40=
to enthusiastically work
full-time with Isagenix, the world’s leading=
Nutritional Cleansing company. She also loves Yoga and Harley riding.
Welcome Cindy!

 Start time for our Meetings


As our Phoenix network=
grows we want to ensure that our commitment to finishing on time is attain=
ed. In this regard, we begin our meeting in Kanata at 8:00 am so the Kanata chapter members are respectfully asked t=
o come at least 15 minutes prior 8:00 am to do their netwo=
rking and enjoy their breakfast.
Our Central Chapter (Centrepointe) begins at 9:00 am and our Downtown Chapter begins at 6:30 pm sharp!&n=

Productive networkers =
arrive about 20 minutes prior to the meetings to network, enjoy food and be=
verages, and they also remain for at least 15 minutes after the meeting to =
set up appointments for the week.

This week’s Positive Quote: 

“Don’t ask what the world needs.
Ask what makes=
you come alive and go do it.
Because what the world needs is more pe=
ople who have come alive.”
~ Howard=

Delivering the Spirit of our Group!

Always a pleasure to connect with you.
Lynn Thomp=
son  Co=
mmunication Specialist

Three Phoenix Networking Locations

New Location!
Phoenix Kana=
Marriott Fairfield Suites
578 T=
erry Fox Drive
(at Palladium Drive)
Kanata, ON
Date: New Day! Mondays
Time: 7:30 am – 9:15 am
Meeting starts at 8:00 am 
Marriott Fairfield Website
Phoenix Cent=
Crystal Vi=
ew Lodge
6 Meridian=
(near Cent=
Nepean, ON=
Date: Tues=
;8:30 am – 10:30 am
Meeting st=
arts at 9:00 am
Crystal View Lodge Website

Phoenix After Hours

Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF)
Officer’s Mess building   

New Location!


Gloucester Street 
ween Bank St. & O’Connor
at the Control Tower
Ottawa, ON
Date: Wednesday nights     &=
nbsp;           &nbs=
p;            &=
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm       &nb=
Meeting =
starts at 6:30 pm
Parking on the street
or nearby parking

Link to Make-a-Wish website

Agent of Change Member

Phoenix Business Exchange is a=
proud supporter and an Agent of Change member. Anthony is the most recent =
child who had his wish granted – for an all-terrain vehicle so he can go ou=
t  in the yard even in the snow.

Tony’s Website

Tony Gyen=
is, Our Group’s Founder

Tony is a clairvoyant Sound Vibration Tuning=
Fork Practitioner, Teacher, Feng Shui Consultant and Spirit Coach based in=
Ottawa, Ontario Canada. 
Tony was guided to form the Phoenix Business=
Exchange in January 2016 when he recognized the need for a spirit-driven g=
roup with the purpose of exchanging business.  We are thankful to Tony=
for following through on his vision, which allows us to connect to him reg=
Thank you P=
, for this opportunity to conn=
ect with you.

Tony Gyenis | Phoenix Business Exchange | 613-238-PBEX (7239) | Email | Website

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 #2 near Kent,
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