In an effort to further assist Nova Scotia companies adjusting to the impacts of COVID-19, Nova Scotia’s Regional Enterprise Networks have collaboratively partnered to expand their business support services by introducing a new Virtual Adviser Program.
The 2019 Partners for Progress Conference was held at the Holiday Inn in Truro on November 28-29. Over 154 people registered and attended the conference, representing REN staff, REN Directors and members of the Liaison Oversight Committees, Businesses, Municipal Representatives and Service Providers from across Nova Scotia.
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 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 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.