National Business Coaches Association Offers FREE Help to Business Owners in Need

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National Business Coaches Association Offers FREE Help to Business Owners in Need

We are currently facing unprecedented times for small businesses, with the Covid-19 pandemic here in Canada. Businesses are struggling to react to the rapidly changing situation. Many business owners and leaders are having to make decisions and react quickly as the result of the economic impacts of this pandemic.

“As business coaches we are seeing the daily effects of this pandemic. Business owners are having to make unprecedented decisions moving forward.” Says Dave Fuller, President of the PBCA (Professional Business Coaches Association) Canada.

Our community of Canadian business coaches share the concerns of our clients and the business community across Canada. PBCA members have come together to offer their services free of charge for business owners affected by Covid 19. We encourage business owners to reach out for a Strategy Session with one of our certified business coaches. No sales pitch, no strings attached. This session will go over a checklist that will help them think through their own situations and enable thoughtful decisions.

For more information or to arrange your free strategy session email or visit our websites or

The Professional Business Coaches Association of Canada is a non-profit organization which was created to bring together a community of independent professional business coaches across Canada. Together we collaborate, share tools, best practices, and resources. We uphold the highest standards of business coaching and adhere to the PBCA code of ethics.

PBCA certified Coaches have extensive prior business experience and education and run their own coaching and consulting practices.

For additional information about the Covid 19 Program in support of small businesses or to learn more about the PBCA, please contact Dave Fuller President, 250-617-7467 or email , or contact either of the two PBCA members in Kamloops from Thrive Business Strategies, Cindy Piva ( or Anna Harrison (

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