Historically, in Canada and around the world, Aboriginal people have experienced lower rates of entrepreneurship and have been an underrepresented population in terms of economic participation outside of their communities. Very few had access to the tools and resources that are necessary to support a small- to medium-sized business enterprise. Now, all of this is changing.
Since 1962, Pritchard Electric has served customers throughout West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, and Virginia. From industrial and commercial to residential and even high voltage distribution line work, Pritchard Electric’s suite of in-house services are extensive.
The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) is the voice of America’s $130 billion electrical construction industry. A foundational support to the industry, the association drives innovative research, performance standards, and progressive labor relations, as well as providing networking opportunities and workforce recruiting and training.
Mini-Circuits is a designer, manufacturer and distributor of products for intermediate frequency, radio frequency and microwave signal processing. The company can produce large quantities on short notice and send them almost anywhere on earth that they are needed. Mini-Circuits’ product lines represent over 10,000 custom models and off-the-shelf products, while offering world-class quality, service and technical support to its customers.
For over thirty-five years, Grass America has been designing and manufacturing first class functional movement systems, hardware, and accessories for kitchen and bath cabinetry across the United States. Grass offers their customers the highest quality and most innovative movement systems that add value to their products.
Wisconsin’s Grant County Economic Development Corporation is harnessing its potential with modern industrial parks, financial incentives and a ready workforce. This is a great area to build a business, with access to first rate communication, energy, technology and transportation infrastructure. […]
Boasting a host of business incentives — from a prime location near key highways, two major municipal airports, and a strong and well-educated available workforce to top-tier educational resources, close proximity to the Texas Medical Center and NASA’s Johnson Space Center, a responsive government, and a strong sense of community pride — the City of Pasadena, Texas, remains committed to economic development and success for the city and its surrounding regions.
Labrador City, incorporated in 1961, is located in western Labrador near the Quebec border and is part of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Together with its twin town of Wabush, located five kilometres to the south, the area is commonly referred to as Labrador West and has a combined population of approximately 11,000. Labrador West is the Iron Ore Capital of Canada resting on one of Canada’s richest iron ore formations discovered in 1892 – the Labrador Trough.
Greater Grays Harbor Inc. is located in Aberdeen, Washington and acts as the regional chamber of commerce, economic development council and visitor information center for the area. Its goal is to help businesses in any industry and of any size to realize their full potential.
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