PoCo Biz Alley open for business

City of Port Coquitlam invites local firms looking to showcase products, services to register for May 11 event

The PoCo Biz Alley is open for business to Port Coquitlam firms looking to register to be part of the fifth annual event.

Local businesses can showcase their products and services in the Biz Alley to be held May 11 from noon to 5 p.m. as part of the annual May Day Festival and Rotary Grand Parade. Businesses cal sell products and provide samples, coupons and giveaways, but food sales aren’t allowed unless they’re prepacked.

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The cost is $100 to commercial and $75 to home-based businesses with a valid Port Coquitlam licence. For the fee they’ll get a table, two chairs and covered tent space in Leigh Square Place. Businesses signing up before April 18 will be promoted on the city’s website and advertised in The Tri-City News.

Participants also get to attend a free workshop on digital marketing and creating engaging displays to be held at Samz Pub on Wednesday, April 10, 6:30 p.m.

More information and registration is available online at portcoquitlam.ca/bizalley or by emailing bizalley@portcoquitlam.ca.

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