Brendan Brothers is a co-founder of St. John’s software company Verafin. Here’s looking at you, Atlantic Canadians startups! Startups in the region attracted $166.6 million in private money in 2018 — a record amount, according to Entrevestor’s latest report. Half of those businesses were in …
Summer is here and so are the new restaurants! There were almost no closures this month, but coffee ships and creameries abound.
With rising star awards and multi-million dollar contracts, there is a lot to know about Atlantic Canadian business this week.
It’s almost summer and you know what that means: new brewpubs, food trucks and glamping resorts! Here’s the monthly roundup of what opened and closed in May.
Spring is in the air — and so is the smell of delicious dishes being cooked up in all those food trucks hitting the road for the season. Plus three more things you need to know about in Atlantic Canadian business this week.
Despite some unseasonable weather and nasty flooding, the openings outweigh the closings across Atlantic Canada this month — plus a plethora of seasonal shops are dusting off to open for the busy tourist season.
Startup supporter shutters while the lineup for gelato in St. John’s wraps around the block, plus three more things you need to know about Atlantic Canadian business this week.
This year, we wanted to celebrate International Women’s Day by going through the archives to find the best interviews and stories about women in business throughout Atlantic Canada.
SaltWire buildings go up for sale while Martha Stewart partners with Cooke Aquaculture — plus three more things you need to know about Atlantic Canadian business this week.
Stats Can’s first labour force survey of 2019 good news for Atlantic Canada, and so is Irving’s new shipbuilding contract, plus three more things you need to know in Atlantic Canadian business this week.
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