We work with educators & community partners to develop customized entrepreneurship tools to deliver to students of all ages.
Whether you''re starting a new business or expanding an existing business one of our loan programs may be right for you.
SEB is designed to help those looking to become self-employed. This 40-week program helps entrepreneurs start their business, every step of the way.
Second Chance is a one year program for priority youth. Participants gain necessary life skills to become successful members of society.
YEP is a free service in HRM that helps youth receive the skills and experience they need to choose their own future.
This 2-hour information session walks aspiring entrepreneurs through the basic how-tos and next steps to opening a business. You will walk away with the tools and resources you need to make your business idea a reality. This workshop will: - Introduce you to easy-to-use templates for business planning and financial forecasting. - Share sources of small business financing. - Provide information about local resources and services for e
Ten tips for your Business Plan
When your business opens, being able to sell is vital to generating revenue. One of the most underrated, and challenging, aspects of business is selling. It is vital that you have a sales strategy that encompasses your clients' needs, purchasing agreements, buying cycles and expectations.
This two-part workshop will assist you to gain the necessary sales skills and confidence to go out and get new business.
Downtown Digital is Atlantic Canada's premier technology store, offering PC and notebook sales and service, upgrades and components as well as pro audio, studio, sound and DJ hardware and software. From our two locations in Halifax Nova Scotia and our single location in Sackville New Brunswick we also offer business consulting
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Oh, By The Way...
Business of Good
CEED welcomed a group of inspiring social entrepreneurs to its Halifax and Antigonish offices earlier this month for interactive workshops on the topic of social enterprise and entrepreneurship.
The event included guest speakers and consulting circles with some well-known faces in the world of social enterprise. Karina LeBlanc, Pape Samb, Pat Carlson, Lisa-Drader Murphy, Tristina Sinoploi, and David Campbell engaged with a range of social entrepreneurs from organizations such as The Hub, ACALA TV, Canadian Association for Community Living Antigonish, Napkin Works, and others who wanted to learn more about getting involved.
CEED will continue to engage socially minded entrepreneurs through events like these and have an online presence in the weeks to come. Stay tuned for more information.