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September 10, 2020

Video: Social Selling Reinvented Webinar with Paul Watts, Base Over Apex

Recognizing that many businesses are moving toward capitalizing on on-line sale methods to address the challenges presented by the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Cape Breton Partnership hosted a webinar focused on the reinvention of social selling on September 10 via Zoom. A salesperson’s ability to leverage social media to their advantage has never been more important than it is right now. This free online session aims to help salespeople to level-up their performance on social media and provide them with meaningful steps to take their social selling performance to the next level. The webinar covered a number of topics, such… Read more >
August 28, 2020

Cape Breton Partnership to host Social Selling Reinvented Webinar

Cape Breton Island, NS – Recognizing that many businesses are moving toward capitalizing on on-line sale methods to address the challenges presented by the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Cape Breton Partnership is hosting a webinar focused on the reinvention of social selling on September 10 via Zoom. A salesperson’s ability to leverage social media to their advantage has never been more important than it is right now. This free online session will help salespeople to level-up their performance on social media and provide them with meaningful steps to take their social selling performance to the next level. The webinar will… Read more >
August 26, 2020

Cape Breton Welcome Network initiative helps communities welcome newcomers

Cape Breton Island, NS – Are you passionate about your community and eager to share that enthusiasm with new neighbours? Would you like to promote your community while meeting new residents? Then the Cape Breton Partnership would like to speak with you! The Cape Breton Welcome Network is a new initiative of the Cape Breton Partnership to support communities across the Island in welcoming newcomers. It will be comprised of local volunteer-led  Welcome Groups, eventually reaching every corner of Cape Breton – Unama’ki. “People are healthier, happier and feel more connected to their community when they are welcomed and can… Read more >
August 26, 2020

Improving access to fresh, local food across Cape Breton

Issued by Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency From left: Jaime Battiste, Member of Parliament for Sydney-Victoria; Adrian White, Board Member, Invest Nova Scotia; Wynn MacNeil, Chair of the Board of Directors, Cape Breton Food Hub; Alicia Lake, Executive Director, Cape Breton Food Hub; Carla Arsenault, President and CEO, Cape Breton Partnership. Cape Breton Food Hub to expand links between food producers and consumers  August 24, 2020 – Bras d’Or, NS – Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency Canada’s food and beverage industry has been hit hard by COVID-19. The Government of Canada is taking significant action to help the industry through this difficult… Read more >
August 19, 2020

Cape Breton Local Immigration Partnership shares immigration-related facts in new documents

Cape Breton Island, NS – To grow Cape Breton – Unama’ki’s economy, we must grow its population.  Increasing immigration and welcoming newcomers to the Island are key components of that equation. In an effort to help Cape Bretoners to better understand the immigration landscape, the Cape Breton Local Immigration Partnership (CBLIP) has created two resource documents: Immigration in Cape Breton, a Glossary of Common Terms; and Cape Breton Immigration, Important Facts. There are a number of common terms that Cape Bretoners may come across in the news or when having a conversation about immigration. Immigration in Cape Breton, a Glossary… Read more >
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