Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Local businesses featured in Community Futures update

A number of businesses that have benefited from the help of the offices of the local Community Futures of the Pacific Northwest have found that their stories are making up a healthy portion of the most recent publication  "Growing the North" for the Northern Region.

The 44 page overview of the growing business options across Northern British Columbia looks at the launch of a number of projects from the Cariboo to the North and Central Coasts and all points in between.

Prince Rupert makes for one of the stops in the annual review, with the magazine highlighting a number of North Coast entries.

Background on the North Coast Commercial scene and some recent events provides a glimpse for a larger audience to see what's up at the far end of the highway 16 corridor for 2016.

The NorthWest Growth Conference from March of 2015 was featured on page eight, while the popular Cash Mob experience in Prince Rupert was noted on page 9.

The Fresh Onion Café and Catering (page 10)
Pacific Paramedics (page 13)
The Cow Bay Marina (page 27)

Posh Pirates which recently closed its doors in the Cow Bay area was also featured as part of the annual review, with a look at how their business plan was put together a focus of the article (page 30)

The magazine is available locally at the Community Futures Office in the Capitol Mall building on Third Avenue West.

An online version of the review can be found here.

For more items on the North Coast commercial scene see our archive page here.

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