The Sobey School Business Development Centre (in partnership with the Province of Nova Scotia and the Nova Scotia Community Access Program) will be showcasing a free online ‘toolkit’ for businesses at 15 locations across Nova Scotia on September 25th.
This toolkit offers an assessment and resources to help businesses learn how to be more efficient in their everyday operations through the use of online technology. Businesses will find out how to better connect with customers, be more competitive and strategic, as well as streamline existing processes.
The goal of the eBusiness program is to connect the business community with their local Community Access Program (CAP) site to access information, training opportunities, and engage in coaching where available. Following the launch, the program aims to develop individual training sessions to be rolled out across the province based on feedback from businesses attending the launch. Webinars will also be developed.
The launch is free to attend and refreshments will be provided. The launch runs from 1-3pm in the following communities:
For more information and to register visit: goo.gl/X1v3qm
More about the Sobey School Business Development Centre
The Sobey School Business Development Centre at Saint Mary’s University has been successfully delivering training and consulting programs throughout Atlantic Canada for over ten years. We focus on delivering training that is personal and relevant to your business.
More about the Nova Scotia Community Access Program
The Nova Scotia Community Access Program (NSCAP) is a network of community-based technology centres connecting people to technology, training, and opportunities that open doors locally, nationally and worldwide for growth and development.
Contact: Lianne Perry, Senior Project Manager
Sobey School Business Development Centre, Saint Mary’s University