Atlantic Business magazine is marking its 25th anniversary (making it the longest-publishing regional business magazine in Atlantic Canada) with a series of concurrent luncheons in St. John's, Halifax and Moncton on Wednesday 15th. Details of the magazine's redesign will be revealed as well as the magazine's Super Start-Up Program, by which 25 aspiring Atlantic Canada entrepreneurs will be provided with start-up funding of $2,500 and 25 hours of mentoring.
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
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