Calgary Young Professionals: Welcome to the Discovery Sessions

Welcome to the Notable and Apothic Wines Discovery Sessions

Glad you could make it. 

For the second time, Notable is going on a cross-country tour with our favourite wine brand to bring you – our young professional readers – something you’ll never forget. 

Four exclusive events will feature one of the top leaders in our amazing country presenting and sharing their personal path of discovery. And only 150 of the hottest young professionals in your city will be in attendance.  

Discoveries will range from business to personal, from philanthropy to possibilities, and from health and happiness all the way to heroism. Each notable leader will break down the barriers in this no-holds-barred evening built for forward-thinking YPs.

Let’s Talk: Calgary, September 17, 2014. 6-9pm 

Calgary young professionals, join us at Black Betty Burger Bar (we know, one of your favourite spots for shameless, yet civilized, gourmet grub) after work on September 17th to mix and mingle with some of your own.

It’s more than just networking, however, as a glass of Apothic Wine will be complementing your a juicy burger. Trust us when we say that this event will be golden. Why? Our guest speaker is Kaillie Humphries. If the name sounds familiar, it should be. She’s only a gold medal-winning Olympic athlete (no big deal, right?). And haven’t you always wanted to pick the brain of someone as disciplined as an Olympic athlete?

We thought so. 

About Kaillie:

Kaillie Humphries is, of course, a celebrated bobsled superstar. The young athlete has been victorious at the Olympic Games and, as you may recall, had the honour of carrying the Canadian flag during the closing ceremonies at the 2014 Games. She is so victorious, in fact, that she’s the reigning Olympic champion in the two-woman bobsleigh at the 2010 Winter Olympics and the 2014 Winter Olympics. Outside of her Olympic wins, Humphries has also won seven FIBT World Championship medals, including her current title. And she isn’t even 30 yet. She’s also actively involved with a number of charities, including some of our favourites, like Right to Play and Special Olympics Canada. But it hasn’t always been a smooth ride for the athlete (no pun intended); before taking up bobsledding, she competed in alpine ski racing before the age of 16, but broke both legs in separate crashes. Naturally, Humphries is a perfect fit to share her own path to discovery.

Limited tickets are available for this exclusive Notable evening:


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