On September 5 & 6, 2018, more than 120 people gathered at the Digby Pines Resort from points all across Nova Scotia. The facilitated gathering of Regional Enterprise Network (REN) partners and stakeholders focused on breaking down ‘silos’, honestly examining lessons learned, and re-invigorating ongoing efforts to bring prosperity to regional Nova Scotia. A balance… Read more »
The Eastern-Strait Regional Enterprise Network (ESREN) and its municipal partners (Municipality of the County of Antigonish, Municipality of the District of Guysborough, Municipality of the District of St. Mary’s, Town of Port Hawkesbury and Town of Antigonish) recently completed Phase 1 of its Investment Readiness work which identified and mapped regional investment assets so that we as partners can respond quickly to investment inquiries with the best information available.
The Cape Breton Partnership has announced that Carla Arsenault is the successful candidate in a recent competition to fill the organization’s role of President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
The Valley Regional Entreprise Network (REN) has a new chief executive officer. Deborah Dennis, originally from Toronto, comes to the REN after spending more than 25 years honing her skills in international business and marketing communications.
The Board of the Truro & Colchester Partnership for Economic Prosperity is pleased to announce it has recruited its new CEO. Brennan Gillis, a resident of Valley, joined the organization on Jan. 8, to begin ramping up the work of the newly formed Partnership.
Representatives from the Cape Breton Partnership recently returned from the second mission to Vietnam as part of the Partnerships for Municipal Innovation: Local Economic Development (PMI-LED) project.
The Eastern-Strait Regional Enterprise Network took another solid step today toward getting the region ready for investment with the launch of its Economic Development Investment Mapper (EDIM) in Sherbrooke, NS.