A new report on women-owned businesses in Atlantic Canada shows women entrepreneurs are well-educated and successful, but that they tend to stick to low-growth, less lucrative sectors. The study, called Women Business Owners in Atlantic Canada, was released Tuesday by Nova Scotia’s Centre for Women …
How do you prepare to pitch your company to what is arguably the world’s leading tech accelerator in Silicon Valley? With days and days of rehearsing, quizzing and hitting the gym, says Scott Stevenson, CEO and co-founder of Rally, a St. John’s based company looking …
With rising star awards and multi-million dollar contracts, there is a lot to know about Atlantic Canadian business this week.
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.
Scale Up Atlantic Canada announces first cohort, plus more small businesses closing in this weeks Five Things to Know in Atlantic Canadian Business this week.
Friday marked the announcement that Saint John Port is now a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) point. This federal designation allows for companies to import goods, assemble and store them and then re-export them without any taxes or duties. Saint John is the tenth designated area in Canada and the port organization hopes this will open up doors to new business on international seas.
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