Food & Beverage Atlantic is hosting a Grow Your Food & Beverage Company Workshop on Thursday, December 6th at the Best Western Glengarry, Truro. Hear insider tips and success stories to help you create, process and sell innovative products. Learn to package and label for success, build and sustain public trust, be more profitable, and grow your business! For more information please visit the Food & Beverage Atlantic website here.
The Connector's first Annual Report explores future projects and items completed to date. Read the full report below for more information.
Have you always dreamed of owning your own business? Here's your chance to launch a new business, turn your hobby into a business, or grow a small business that you already own.
You could win up to $3,500 and get free business support! Simply fill out the application form below and submit it by May 7th, 2018 (DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MAY 7TH) to get started. You'll be invited to attend a Business Plan writing workshop in May, which you'll submit by May 18th to be judged. Finalists will pitch their business ideas to a panel of judges, with winners announced in June!
There is an upcoming Business Over Breakfast on Friday, May 19, 2017, at the Community Credit Union Business Innovation Centre in Amherst at 8:45 am until 10:00 am.
***Due to time constraints and limited space, you must email Ron Furlong (firstname.lastname@example.org) to reserve a seat.***
Business Over Breakfast is an ongoing series developed by Innovacorp as a method of creating discussion around relevant and timely discussions.
This session is about building the future of ocean technology.
Nova Scotia is a world leader in ocean science and technology, but how can we engineer even more company success stories. Find out over breakfast on May 19. Our gathering will feature three engineers-turned-business-leaders from thriving local ocean technology ventures. They’ll tell you about local and international trends in ocean innovation and how Nova Scotia stacks up internationally. Plus, they’ll offer an insider’s perspective on running successful, export-focused ocean technology companies while calling Nova Scotia home.