17 February 2017,

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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, 


ick Highlights

We have Business for=
a Beer & Wine Maker
Zoom Option for Attending MeetingsNew Phoenix YouTube ChannelFam=
New Member for West =
New Member for KanataFriendly Competition for Phoenix Business Exchange Members=
Roundtable:  6 Conversations To Have=
With Your Business Partner
Heart Emergenc=
Celebration of WomenCharity Sleigh Ride EventThree Phoenix Meeting Locatio=
ns to Fit your Schedule
Phoenix Events Calendar


Visit our website!

We are looking for =
a Beer & 
Wine Maker
From time to time we are being asked f=
a referral for a beer and wi=
ne maker.  
If you know a profes=
sional and reliable beer and/or wine maker, please 
let them know t=
hat our networking group is looking for such a 
company to send business to. Our group is ideal to help expand their clientele base. &n=

Now with three locations, =
Phoenix Business Exchange has members who r=
over 60 businesses in =
the community. Ask us for details to have them visit one 
of our meetings for free.

 Zoom in with Phoenix!&n=
Phoenix Business Exchange is proud to offer a way to network even wh=
en you are unable to leave your business. Visit us for free, Phoenix, =
 via Zoom.us and promote your business virtually. Simply enter the mee=
ting number posted on our website and you are 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 =
which represents about 60 businesses. We want you to succeed without limita=
tions regardless of what conditions you are facing. We also look forward to=
meeting you in person!

 NEW Phoenix YouTube Channel! 
Phoenix Business Exchange has yet again expanded the method of getti=
ng our members to attend our meetings through YouTube.
With our New Phoenix YouTube Channel a member can upload their video=
anywhere in the world from a computer or hand-held device and we will play=
their video link while they are away so they can keep in contact with thei=
r co-members. Simply let us know when you have a video you would like to up=
load and we will send the member the login with our gmail account and passw=
ord…and that’s it!

Day – No Meetings 
This W=
As a way to break up the long stretch betwee=
n New Year’s and Easter, Many Canadian provinces, including Ontario, d=
eclared the third Monday of February to be Family Day, a statutory holiday.=
Families are encouraged to spend tim=
e together.

New Member for West End

We extend a warm welcome to the newest membe=
r of 
our West End Group, Bob MacDonald.  Bob=
is a Home 
Financing Officer with Scotia Bank and will =
be a great 
asset to our group.

Link to Bob’s web site

New Member For Kanata
come to Taylor Lewis, the newest member of our 
ata Group.  Taylor is a home comfort a=
dvisor with 
Airzone HVAC Services, specializing in indoor air quality, 
residential heating, cooling and hydronics.  Welcome 
aboard Taylor.
Link to Taylor’s web site

Friendly Compe=
tition for Phoenix
Business Excha=
nge Members

2 Free tickets to WIBC – Women in Business Conference
When: Wednesday March 8, 2017 

me:  8.30 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.            

Where: Ottawa Confere=
nce and Event Centre
Value: Priceless but actual co=
st is $250.00 including fees and taxes.

Competition start=
s:   January 26, 2017 to February 15, 2017
One ticket goes to the most number of true BAM’s – One ticket goes to the most number of referrals

Compliments of Jolene Hung.    Good luck everyone!

6 Conversati=
ons To Have with Your Business Partner
Saturday, February 18=
, 2017
My Byward Office
78 George St., Suite =
204, Ottawa
Every business owner knows that in order to build a strong busin=
ess you will need, at certain stages of your business growth, to form an al=
liance with another business. This could be a permanent alliance in the for=
m of a business partnership, a temporary strategic alliance or joint ventur=
e (there is a difference).

To make sure you build a strong and =
mutually beneficial business relationship you need to “date” your business =
partner before you tie the business knot. You need to cover all your bases =
and talk about what’s important to both of you in order to get the most val=
ue out of this relationship. We will ensure you have the right tools for th=
is job in your business tool belt.

Join us for a Roundtable disc=
ussion led by Anna Ulitsky about the conversations you must have to ensure =
you are in the right place with the right person. Don’t rely on your gut fe=
eling, rely on a structured decision process so you don’t hurt your busines=

Anna is the CEO and owner of Legal Prep, an Ottawa-based Medi=
ation Boutique firm. Anna specializes in business partnerships and works wi=
th you to help you set up your evolving partnership relationship to ensure =
it reflects the success you’ve envisioned.

We hope to see you o=
n February 18th. Bring lots of questions.

Light refreshments wil=
l be provided.

Cost for the event: $50.

Heart Emergence

In a si=
mple 5-step holistic program, discover how Conflict Evolution has evolved into the new Heart Emergence program. Li=
fe skills learned in our program open our heart-centered intuitive potentia=
l. This results in the emergence of our natural state of gratitude,&nb=
sp;kindness, wellness and enoughness as individuals.

Saturday, March 4, 2017       &nb=
sp;  8.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.

Coaching Navigator         &=
nbsp;       8 Sweetnam Drive, Stittsville, On.
To Learn More

Celebration of Women

Business Owners, Comm=
unity Builders, Trades, Athletes , and STEM hosted by – Ottawa Opportunitie=
s Network….
March 2017 – Women’s D=
Our annual Women’s Da=
y breakfast celebration brings together many of Ottawa’s diverse business =
professionals to meet, mix and mingle over a delicious breakfast! Get your=
chance to hear our wonderful speakers, network and start to build new con=
The Ottawa Opportunities Network is an online/offline community hub h=
elping to connect Ottawa’s diverse business professionals, entrepreneurs a=
nd non profit organizations.
We have created a space for professionals to network and build new c=
onnections first through the power of great conversations and getting to k=
now each other.
*The Ottawa Opportunities Network has become a link betwee=
n the private and non profit sector. =20

Presenting Organization: City For All Women Initiative: une ville pour=
toutes les femmes IVTF
to register, please click here:

Charity S=
leigh Ride

Joyce Owe=
is our div=
orce Financial Advisor in the Phoenix Kanata group from Brophy Financial Pl=
anning. Joyce and her husband, Charlie Brophy are having a sleigh ride even=
t and the Phoenix Business Exchange members and family are invited to bring=
the kids for an outing to the Brophy Farm in Richmond.

The event will=
be held on: 
ay, February 27th, 2017
11:00am – 3:00pm

We will be having:

sleigh ridesice skating on a pond (bring your skates!) i=
f weather permits
hot dogs, hot chocolate, coffee & tea, with a bonfire for roasting m=


Bring your children, grandchildren, nieces and n=
ephews to  
enjoy the festivities together.  All are we=
They are off=
ering the sleigh ride and activities free of charge, however, 
we are asking that each family make a donation to char=
They have chosen to donate=
all proceeds to the:
 L’Arche Ottawa
This organization provide=
s a life of community
and belonging to adults w=
ith disabilities.
Directions to the Brophy Farm:    4700 Brophy Drive

Drive south =
on the 416 and take exit # 57 for Bankfield and Brophy Drive.
Turn right (=
west) at the stop sign onto Brophy Drive and continue west.
The second =
road you pass on the right is Moodie Drive.  
The Brophy =
Farm is the next driveway on the right.  There is limited parking.


This is a great winter event for our members…
Mark it on your calendar!

http://brophyfarmevents.com =

This week’s Posi=
tive Quote: 

“Faith is taking the =
first step
even when you don’t s=
ee the whole staircase.”
    – Martin Luther King

Delivering the Spirit of our Group!


Tony Gyenis 
Sound Therapy Medium

Susanne Shields 

Medium & Spirit Life Coa=

Our Group’s Admin Wizard=


Marlene Thomas 

Member Communications Co=

Three Phoenix Networking Locations

Phoenix Kana=
Marriott Fairfield Suites
578 T=
erry Fox Drive
(at Palladium Drive)
Kanata, ON
Date: Mondays
Time: 7:30 am – 9:00 am
Meeting starts at 8:00 am 
Marriott Fairfield Website
Phoenix West=
Crystal =
View 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

Free street park=
ing and in the
rear of the building. 

Phoenix Downtown – After Hours 
Gyenis Shields Natural Healing Centre 


MacLaren Street
ween Bank & Kent
Ottawa, ON
nbsp;                    =
Date: Wednesday nights &=
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Meeting starts at 6:30 pm

Link to Make-a-Wish website

Agent of Change Member

Phoenix Business Exchange is a=
proud supporter and an Agent of Change member. Recently Anthony had his wi=
sh granted – for an all-terrain vehicle so he can go out in the yard even i=
n 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 again.
Tony Gyenis | Phoenix Business Exchange | 613-238-PBEX (7239) | Email | Website

Phoenix Business Exchange, 436 MacLaren Street, Suite=
 Ottawa, K2P 0M8 C=

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