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  • Are you thinking about starting or expanding a Business? CBDCs can help!

    CBDCs are not-for-profit organizations run by volunteers from the local business community who firmly believe in improving the economic viability of their region. CBDCs offer a variety of loan products and services to help entrepreneurs succeed! To find more information about the many programs and services offered, visit a CBDC office near you.

  • Here to Stay - Healthcare Practitioners Retention Community Engagement Event

    The West Prince Community Partnership Committee, Health PEI, Rural Action Centre, West Prince Chamber of Commerce, PEI Association of Newcomers to Canada and RDEE I.-P.-E. Inc. invite you to attend -  Here to Stay, a community engagement event for community and business leaders to raise awareness and determine what action can be taken together in support of the retention of new residents, specifically healthcare practitioners and their families.


    Event to take place at Mill River Resort on March 5, 2019 from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, with registration beginning at 8:30 am.


    * Storm date is March 6, 2019


    Register by Feb 22, 2019 by visiting the following website:





  • Looking for business assistance?

    Innovation PEI’s Business Development Division provides coordination and delivery of information and assistance to new and existing business in Prince Edward Island.  Specifically, the division provides counselling, financial assistance, business guidance.

  • Maximizing the Profit Potential of Your Business Workshop

    CBDC West Prince Ventures Limited, in partnership with Innovation PEI,

     will host Ron Robichaud of C & R Care & Consulting Ltd. to facilitate a workshop titled


    Maximizing the Profit Potential of Your Business

    being held at

    Rural Action Centre – 455 Main Street, Alberton -

    Tuesday, March 5, 2019

    9am – 12pm


    *Storm date is March 6, 2019

    This workshop will be beneficial for those who want to better understand financial statements and learn how to ensure they achieve a reasonable profit from their business.


    Topics discussed include:

    ·         How to think like an investor

    ·         How to use financials statements to make solid informed decisions

    ·         The key things you need to know in monitoring financial statements

    ·         How to calculate the net profit margin

    ·         How to establish a net profit margin goal


    Ron Robichaud is an accomplished and passionate educator whose career experience spans over thirty years.  He has developed and delivered a wide range of small business workshops to thousands of participants, both across Canada and internationally.






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