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Founded in 2000, the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Economic Development Commission (FNQLEDC) supports and accompanies community economic development agents and organizations as well as the members of the First Nations for the successful completion of their private and collective socioeconomic projects.
For the past few years, a new kind of activity, speed business networking or speed-meeting, has become increasingly popular in the business world. This formula facilitates the development of businesses, by way of meetings limited to 15 minutes. In fact, the FNQLEDC tried out this formula at an event held this past November 19th, in Quebec City.
Anna Isaac is a Mi’gmaq entrepreneur in Listuguj, who with her spouse Frank Brisk, owns Welteg, an e-shop and brick and mortar store. In business for some years now, Anna has a very inspiring entrepreneurial path which shows the positive impact that mentorship can have in the life of a person.
[ARCHIVES] [COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT]
As early as this summer, the population of Opitciwan will be able to grow its own vegetables or buy some at the grocery store, thanks to an exciting and promising project which is arousing a great deal of enthusiasm and hope in the Atikamekw community...
A true talent showcase, the ARISTA Provincial Contes aims to highlight Quebec's young leaders. It is intended for young business people, professionals and entrepreneurs from across Quebec, aged 18 to 40...
[FUNDING] [SOCIAL ECONOMY]
Do you have an entrepreneurial project in mind that meets one or more needs of your community, a collectivity, a territory or a sector?... The Investment Readiness Program (IRP) is for you!