Today on the Eastern Ontario Business Journal Podcast, Phil Gaudreau speaks to experts who offer up valuable tools, programs and incentives for employers looking to hire.
“We decided to go our own route because we didn’t see progress moving fast enough,” Rideau Lakes Mayor Arie Hoogenboom said.
Proud co-owner Phil Audet says complete reliance on solar power makes ArBru, located just outside Mallorytown, one-of-a-kind in Canada.
Opening during the pandemic was stressful, admits Ranelle Larocque, owner of Queen Bee Millinery in Perth, but as it turned out, her timing was just right.
The County of Leeds and Grenville’s economic development office is launching another round of funding to help small businesses get back on their feet post-COVID.
Binks is a multigenerational commercial brokerage known for its risk management expertise with automotive dealerships, among several other business sectors and not-for-profits.
Andi Marcus has trademarked a concept she calls DineOver, which takes the bed and breakfast concept and reverses it.
When Scott Godwin and Luc Vincent left their respective rural towns, neither expected to return to Kemptville, Ontario, years later, to start a business, a life and a community together.
With 500 subscribers and more than 30,000 downloads, the Boss Babes podcast is a bubbly, Ottawa Valley-based voice for women-led businesses.
Two-year program will see chamber businesses work in partnership with the Town of Petawawa, the City of Pembroke and the Pembroke Business Improvement Area.