27 October 2016,
test 1 – see notes in separate email

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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 Flooring Services Zoom Option for Attending Meetings =
Speaker for Monday’s MeetingSpeaker fo=
r Tuesday’s Meeting
Speaker for Tuesday=
‘s Meeting
Speaker for Wednesday’s Mee=
Member Special EventOttcity N=
etworking After Work
Make-A-Wish Christmas GalaMeet on=
e of our Recent New Members
Three Phoenix Meeting Locations to Fit your Schedule

Visit Our Website

 We are looking for a Flooring Profession=

If you know someone who is in the flooring business ~ carpet, tile, =
hardwood ~ who is professional and reliable, please let them know that our =
networking group is ideal for expanding their customer base. Now with three=
locations, Phoenix Business Exchange has members who represent over 60 bus=
inesses in the community. These members welcome someone to join our group w=
ho is knowledgeable in the flooring 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!

Speaker for Monday’s Meeting  
Karim Hadj-Idris i=
s a Realtor with Coldwell Banker. Karim talks about the benefits of ch=
oosing a realtor compared to trying to sell your home on your own. This eve=
nt will be at Phoenix Kanata (see below for details).

Link to Karim’=
s website

Speaker for Tuesday’s Meeti=

is the owner of the Parkview Moving. John will talk about the services that seniors need to=
move or to downsize their home. He will talk about the care and packing t=
hat is needed to execute a good move. John will be presenting at the Cryst=
al View Lodge location (see below for details).

Link to John’s website

Speaker for Tuesday’s Meeti=

Ben Dionne is a photographer and videographe=
r. Ben talks about the importance of video on our instagrams and website. =
 It shows the viewer in seconds that you are a professional company an=
d leaves a different impression. Ben will =
be presenting at the Crystal View Lodge location (see below for details).

Link to Ben’s Website

Speaker for Wednesday’s Mee=

Susanne Shields is a clairvoyant and life coach with Gyenis=
Shields Natural Healing Centre.
Susanne will talk about how we all =
live a spirit life already, only our minds are constantly wanting to take =
control. She is a medium and clairvoyant and can show you that spirit has =
both personal and business value if you have the desire to develop it. Sus=
anne will be presenting at the Phoenix Down=
town location (see below for details).

Link to Susanne’s Website

 Feng Shui Class #1 – with T=
ony Gyenis & Susanne Shields ~ Sunday October 30th

Tony Gyenis and Susanne Shields are Gyenis Shields Na=
tural Healing Centre in Ottawa. Tony will be covering the art of Feng Shui =
in identifying the areas that are slowing you down in life in your home.&nb=

 Linked to website 

 Ottcity Networking After Wo=

Sophia Jacob is the organizer for this casual business after wo=
rk networking event. The event is on Tuesday November 15th at 6:00pm. It will be held at The Red Li=
on Public House at 47 Clarence Street near Dalhousie in Ottawa. See the Face=
book Link
Come out and make new connections in a casual and=
relaxed setting. A great opportunity for startups & diverse business pro=
fessionals to meet, mix and mingle without the pressures of the daily busi=
ness grind! No speakers, No formal dress, No agendas, No timelines, Just e=
njoy the easy and friendly atmosphere with complimentary appetizers & fant=
astic special cocktails *cash bar* ~ and remember ~

*Have your business cards handy…you never know who you might meet*
Phoenix Members can reserve a booth to display/promote their company =
& services!


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 Sophia Jacob as one our new members at Phoenix Downtown. So=
phia brings extensive knowledge and experience of event planning to our gro=
. She has many events on the go at the same time and h=
as an attention to detail. Her building of Ottcity Networking after work is=
in a casual setting for entrepreneurs to meet and network. Welcome Sophia!=

This week’s P=
ositive Quote: 

“The difficulties you meet will resolve themselves as=
you advance. Proceed, and light will dawn and shine with increasing clearn=
on your path.”
~ Jean le =
Rond D’Alembert

Delivering the Spirit of our Group!
Always a pleasure to connect wit=
h you.


Lynn Thompson 
Communication Specialist


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 – 9:15 am
Meeting starts at 8:00 am 
Marriott Fairfield Website
Phoenix West=
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
Ottawa, ON
Date: Wednesday nights     &=
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p;               &nb=

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm         &=
nbsp;               =
rking on the street or 

nearby parking lot for $4.00
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. 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

Phoenix Business Exchange, 436 MacLaren Street, Suite=
 #2 near Kent,
 Ontario K2P 0M8 Canada
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