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Parlee Manufacturing: How a Liverpool company entered the business of life-saving

Thursday, May 26, 2022

Glenn Parlee, owner of Parlee Manufacturing, wanted to create quality, Canadian-made products suited to Atlantic Canada's environment. Now he's established his company as a preferred supplier of medical equipment packs and bags for several organizations across the country.

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Atlantic Canada certification program connects international companies to local landowners

Monday, April 4, 2022

For landowners, becoming part of the Atlantic Canada Certified Site network is an official acknowledgement your site is suitable and development-ready for investors.

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Population, workforce, and economic growth are converging

Thursday, March 24, 2022

Growth is necessary to ensure businesses in Nova Scotia can find the right candidates and the economy can continue to strengthen.

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We need sustainability at the core of business to safeguard future generations

Monday, March 21, 2022

As the world comes together to fundamentally shift its approach to issues including our environment and inclusivity, organizations like NSBI are connecting businesses with innovative and sustainable solutions.

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5 Industry trends shaping business in 2022 - and how Nova Scotia companies can capitalize

Friday, February 18, 2022

We asked our NSBI sector strategists to share their insights and help identify the potential key industry trends we see for 2022 and beyond.

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Jonas Software Solutions is ‘Building the Future’ in Nova Scotia

Friday, January 21, 2022

Opening an office in a new city and hiring a team is a tall order under regular circumstances, never mind during a global pandemic.

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EnPoint: Aiming to change 1 million lives through mentorship

Thursday, January 13, 2022

Chantal and Julia Brine want to bring the value of mentorship to the world through EnPoint, whose mission is to change one million people’s lives.

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Global tech leader Virtusa looks to drive digital transformation in Nova Scotia

Thursday, November 4, 2021

Nova Scotia is gaining global recognition for a highly educated workforce, tech-friendly environment, and neighbourly business style. Add in an envious ocean lifestyle, and it’s no wonder global tech leaders like digital engineering company, Virtusa, are choosing Nova Scotia.

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Bêche Nutraceutical Company: Adding value to sea cucumbers

Monday, October 18, 2021

Bêche is built on the solid foundation of Ocean Pride Fisheries, a specialty-seafood processor founded in 1986 by Milton LeBlanc.

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Tightline Anchor: A business anchored in practical innovation

Monday, October 18, 2021

When friends Greg Linton and Thomas Langton decided to build a better anchor for a friend’s boat in Louisiana, they had no idea that anchor would spark a new business venture.

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