Welcome to Community Futures Stuart Nechako
Community Futures organizations are independent, locally run and guided by volunteer boards. They actively support community-based economic development with a range of products and services aimed at creating diverse, sustainable rural communities.
Additionally, we offer business courses that you can register for by clicking the link below:
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Let’s give a home-grown business a big hand! Katrina Slorstad of Imperative Recycling, Fort St. James has advanced to the final of the “Thrive North Business Challenge.” Katrina will be pitching her business idea, along with the other finalists, to a panel of judges on May 7th in Terrace, for a chance to compete for a grand prize of $10,000 for her business. Go, go Katrina! AND HERE IS WHERE..
This could offer some good insight for our not for profits and small business out there. Webinar is free but you need to register https://mailchi.mp/d9315384a1d0/what-tech-trends-should-your-nonprofit-embrace-in-2018-j2r0ko25ae-2516205?e=24a6e326b1
Totally enjoyable day at “Young Entrepreneur Summit-North 2019” with SD91 and YELL. The “Faith” sprinkler system ended up as the winner in the pitch contest. Congrats.
How many of these “Social Media” sites have you heard of? https://www.businessnewsdaily.com/11315-facebook-twitter-alternatives-business-marketing.html?fbclid=IwAR3VF8E7Ra6QMtJvqlvrzDxpJaO09ezo3LpTU4wR178Mi3DEhZZ4BgLLj-g
https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/employment-business/economic-development/bc-ideas-exchange/webinars/upcoming-webinars Great webinar coming for Capital Gaming Grants. Webinars are free to attend
Congratulations to Vanderhoof’s Agri Green.