by Catherine Martin, MMNN Contributor
Strategies for Aboriginal Success
I DO BUSINESS. Atlantic Regional Summit – Strategies for Aboriginal Success was just that, a great success! The three-day Summit, held December 3rd – 5th 2013 at the Truro Best Western Glengarry Hotel, attracted well over 120 participants. This first I DO BUSINESS. Atlantic Regional Summit focused on developing capacity for Aboriginal Entrepreneurs to effectively grow and sustain their businesses through forward thinking procurement strategies and business partnersh ...
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