Luring people back to the region’s tourism attractions needn’t be a tedious task, as the Municipality of South Dundas proved earlier this year with its award-winning new tourism app.
From tiny concerts to downtown markets, tourism plans are getting underway in eastern Ontario after many events were cancelled during the pandemic years.
The collaboration will advance market entry into the U.S. or Canada for entrepreneurs and business leaders through the Soft-Landings Program, which encourages cross-border partnerships.
Kingston manufacturers will be able to access a new monthly trade webinar series designed to help their businesses grow and explore global markets.
Three Eastern Ontario organizations will receive funding from the province under the Eastern Ontario Development Fund, part of the Regional Development Program.
Kingston Economic Development is partnering with the Digital Main Street Squad, a government-funded program that helps small businesses step up their online offerings.
For ETM Industries, location truly is everything.
An Ottawa Valley defence and security firm is leveraging Renfrew County’s skilled workforce and high-tech investments to protect some of the world’s biggest sporting events.
From an economic development perspective, Ottawa is currently undergoing a massive and mostly promising transformation.