The Instruction Booklet was developed in response to feedback received from the October 25, 2019 Proposal Writing Workshop; held in partnership with GEDC, Greenstone Gold Mines and the Thunder Bay & District Entrepreneur Centre. The session was presented by KATWO Consulting and focused on tips and techniques in proposal writing as well as strategies to approach potential opportunities.
Attention Entrepreneurs and Hobbyists…
Who does GEDC lend to?
To be considered for a loan you must start, maintain or expand a registered business within GEDC’s catchment area.
Check out our newest addition to our Booklet Series!
Are you looking to transition your business?
Call our Business Advisor to find out about our SuccessionMatching Community Program.
Starting a business is hard. Keeping one going is even harder!
We can offer you guidance on how to transform your business idea into a reality. We will also go through the business development steps with you and answer your questions.
Over the last year GEDC has been approached by several interested parties looking for information on the Agriculture Sector and possibilities in the Greenstone area. As a result we approached Ms. Kendal Donahue, Ontario Agriculture Development Advisor, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Thunder Bay, to do a presentation at our 2018 AGM. Check out our new Agriculture page with resource links.
The Business Capacity Inventory project is a partnership between Greenstone Economic Development Corporation (GEDC), Greenstone Gold Mines, AV Terrace Bay Inc. and the Municipality of Greenstone.
This report was compiled to update Greenstone Stakeholders and the business community, on the tracking and results of the projects and activities that stemmed from the 2014 BR+E project recommendations. To review there were 59 recommendations which resulted in over a hundred project and activities.