The holidays are over and winter is definitely here.
When you're not busy shovelling all the snow, take a look at some of the upcoming events in Eastern Ontario, listed below.
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Visit the Ontario East Events Calendar and stay up-to-date on what's happening in Eastern Ontario
Entering & Expanding in the Chinese Market
8:30am to 4:30pm, January 26th, in Kingston
The Kingston Economic Development Corporation is hosting a one day business summit Entering and Expanding in the Chinese Market. KEDCO is working with the office of the Consulate General of the People's Republic of China in Toronto, and are pleased that Consul General He Wei will be opening the summit.
Escape from the office and go undercover in a place where you can imagine, create and discuss issues facing economic developers with some of the most imaginative and strategic minds in the industry. Join us at #EDCO2018 and decode the secrets to your community's economic growth!
This one-day forum will provide Ontario companies with specific information on key Latin American markets, including Mexico, Chile and Brazil.
Three Ontario International Trade Development Representatives (ITDRs), based in the region, will deliver presentations on their markets and how Ontario exporters can take advantage of opportunities in Latin America. The presenters will then meet one-on-one with participating companies to provide company-specific information and advice
March 1st and 2nd 2018, at the Residence Inn by Marriott, Kingston
Save the date for this exciting event that will explore what you, as EDO's, need to be looking ahead to in the world of economic development. More details to come in the new year.
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Growing up in a small community in northern New Brunswick, Jennifer Bergeron enjoyed the benefits of the friendly, co-operative atmosphere and more relaxed pace of life.
After moving to Ontario and living in Kingston for several years, when it came time to open her own pharmacy she wanted it to be in place where she could feel a similar vibe. A few months after moving to Yarker, Bergeron opened Newburgh Pharmacy, a full-service pharmacy and retail outlet in the picturesque Stone Mills Township community.