September 08, 2015

Cape Breton Partnership Seeking Nominations For Investment Leaders in the Region

The Cape Breton Partnership is pleased to host a second installment of its Economic Impact Awards at the annual Investor Summit on October 15, 2015. The Economic Impact Awards recognize and celebrate companies and individuals who have made a significant impact on the Cape Breton economy through new investments. Award winners will be chosen based on their commitment to the region and local work they have accomplished during the past year.


“After the overwhelming response the Partnership got from last year’s awards celebration we are excited to shine a light on those individuals and businesses who are committed to helping Cape Breton grow and improve our region’s collective prosperity," said Keith MacDonald, President and CEO of the Cape Breton Partnership. “The awards honour any individual, company or organization that has expanded an already existing business, created a new business, and/or supported the growth of the regional economy through improvements to the local business climate.”


Nominations for the Economic Impact Awards will only be accepted by Investors of the Cape Breton Partnership .The nomination form may be completed online or downloaded from the Cape Breton Partnership website. The deadline for nominations is Monday, September 21, 2015 at 4 p.m. Submissions may be sent online or by email to Kate Gorman, Communications and Marketing Coordinator with the Cape Breton Partnership: Nomination forms will also be accepted, by mail or in person, at 275 Charlotte Street, Sydney, NS B1P 1C6 or The Professional Centre, Suite 205-609 Church Street, Port Hawkesbury, NS B9A 3K5.


The Partnership’s annual Investor Summit brings together over 200 business, community and government leaders from across Nova Scotia. Attendees are invited to join Investors of the Partnership for this year’s Summit at the Keltic Lodge, Ingonish on Thursday, October 15, 2015. Summit attendees will have the opportunity to network, collaborate and discuss issues facing the local economy, and to provide input on building a strong economic future for Cape Breton and Mulgrave. 

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