Join us for a live Q&A webinar session on Wednesday, October 7 at 12 pm PDT to learn
how to start growing again and the best way to research and execute Successful Pivots!
In light of COVID-19 and the economic downturn, 'brick & mortar' businesses have had
to quickly adapt to going and growing their businesses online. As restrictions begin to
lift, and businesses start to reopen, now's the time to understand what marketing will
look like in quarters 3 & 4.

Here's an opportunity to ask questions and get expert feedback.

Panelists Include:
Tra My Pham, Program Manager at Spring
• Christine Lilyholm, Owner of Stonehouse Teas.

This Q&A session will cover questions regarding:
• Steps to research and plan your pivot.
• Executing a successful pivot: financial planning, connecting with customers,
marketing outside of the box, training and maintaining employees.
• Plans to maximize Christmas sales.

About Spring

As a certified B Corporation®, Spring is a global incubator, accelerator, and advisory
firm that empowers impact entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial ecosystem builders to
build better businesses and change the world. Through its global advisory services, it
has helped more than 70 different incubators, accelerators, foundations, and
governments on 5 continents enhance their capacity to maximize impact both in their
local communities and globally. With their impact programs, they have helped more than
700 entrepreneurs create 350 companies and raise more than $24M in funding.
About Stonehouse Teas

Stonehouse Teas offers over 120 different types of loose leaf teas, locally roasted
organic Aroma coffee and other local products such as pottery and honey. They carry
everything you need to make the perfect cup of tea including teapots, strainers, tea
cups and travel mugs.

The idea and concept for Stonehouse Teas was set in motion when the original owner,
Tanya came back from visiting family in England. Having a love for all things tea and
after visiting countless Teashops and Tearooms, a desire for a loose leaf teashop in
Campbell River was born. The business is named after Tanya's family name,
Stonehouse.

In 2016 she was ready to sell the business and semi-retire and the timing was perfect
for Christine to purchase Stonehouse Teas. Since then, Christine has expanded the
seating both inside and out to offer more room to sit and visit. Naked Snacks is also a
company with a conscience. A portion of all proceeds goes to support feeding children
in need through their partnership with the Breakfast Club of Canada.

Register here: https://bit.ly/3kYkoiZ

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