Over one hundred and fifty organizations have committed to investing in Cape Breton's future economic growth. The current investors represent a wide cross section of industry sectors, such as tourism, transportation, retail and service, energy, arts and culture, fisheries, forestry, manufacturing, communications, and health, demonstrating Cape Breton's continued economic diversification.
ACAP Cape BretonAG ResearchAnchored IdeasBig Spruce BrewingBreton Ability CentreBreton TechnologiesCanmac Economics Ltd.Cape Breton Centre for Craft and DesignCape Breton Island Building and Construction Trades CouncilCeltic Music Interpretive CentreClassic Fine FoodsColaisde na Gàidhlig / The Gaelic CollegeCollegio Technologies Inc.Connors BasicsCopol International Ltd.Custom Employee BenefitsDillon Consulting LimitedDora ConstructionEast Coast Credit UnionEast Coast Metal FabricationEnterprise Rent-A-CarEskasoni Kitpu Security Ltd.Export Development CanadaF.K. WarrenFarmer’s DaughterFlavor by Creative CateringFortress of Louisbourg AssociationGroup ATN ConsultingHealth Outcomes WorldwideHighland Village MuseumHome Instead Senior Care SydneyHorizon Achievement CentreHunston Kachafanas Chartered Professional AccountantsIsland Sauce CompanyJ. Francis Investments Ltd.Kim Long & AssociatesLobsters ‘R’ Us SeafoodMabou River InnMaritect SolutionsMayflower MallMembertou Trade and Convention CentreMercer Fuels Ltd.Mi’kmaw Economic Benefits Office of Nova ScotiaMulgrave Machine Works Ltd.New Dawn EnterprisesOERAParkland, Cape BretonPreferred Office Environments Inc.Railroad Recording ProductionsRamsay’s HondaRobert L. SampsonSampson McPhee LawyersStrait of Canso SuperportSydney Credit UnionThe Inverness OranThe Victoria StandardWorkers’ Compensation Board of Nova Scotia