Does your business need help? We can help!
“We are dedicated to the vision of financial independence for all Aboriginal persons residing in the region.”
What We Do
We offer services to Status, Non-Status, Métis & Inuit individuals as well as businesses in Northeastern British Columbia. The Northeast Aboriginal Business Centre has several entrepreneurial resources available to our clients, including an extensive resource library, and we also have computers and telephones available for use by our clients.
We are not a lending source, however, we can help through the business planning & loan applicaton process.
The Northeast Aboriginal Business Centre Offers Assistance With:
Business Plan Development
Pursuit of Business Loans & Grants
Economic liaison Services with Industry and Government
Our regular hours are Monday – Thursday from 9am-4pm and closed from 12pm-1pm for Lunch.
Our address is:
10055- 100th Avenue
Fort Saint John, BC, Canada V1J 1Y7
If you would like to book an appointment to speak with a business coach, please call (250) 785-1870 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For any questions regarding starting a business, please email email@example.com.
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Métis are 30% of the Aboriginal labour force
Aboriginal People represent almost 50% of the self-identified business owners.
According to Statistics Canada, the number of Aboriginal entrepreneurs in Canada grew 37% between 2001-2006.
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BE ENTREPRENEURIAL About Be Entrepreneurial Be Entrepreneurial challenges students to start planning their own entrepreneurial venture while still in school. Be Entrepreneurial provides high school students with engaging, fun and enriching lessonsin order to prep to write a business plan while exploring their interest in entrepreneurship and small business ownership. Supporting student learning and entrepreneurial skills Through this fun and interactive program, students identify entrepreneurial concepts, including product, service, competitive advantage and target market. Be Entrepreneurial also helps students develop an awareness of resources that are available to entrepreneurs and the planning required to start a business. FREE PROGRAM for AboriginalYouthgrades 10-12 Date: September 22, 2017 Time: 9:00-3:00 Location: Chalo School (4021 Fontas Drive, Fort Nelson First Nation) Refreshments and Snacks provided. For more information contact the NEABC at (250) 785-1870 or firstname.lastname@example.org www.neabc.ca
4021 Fontas Drive
Fort Nelson First Nation, Postcode
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