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Does the road of doubt get you coming and going?

Does the road of doubt get you coming and going?

From a very young age, I have written and performed stories. When I got out of my parent’s basement, I actually had people pay me to do what I loved. I wrote comedy sketches, TV scripts, and then, in 1989, a big play about the premature birth of my daughter — Miracle Mother. I say […]

winners Queen's PELA competition

Queen’s students win $150,000 PELA loans for new businesses

Prince Edward Lennox & Addington Community Futures Development Corporation (PELA CFDC) introduced three new businesses – winners of $150,000 business loans from PELA and Queen’s University Business Plan Competition. “The three winning teams of this exciting competition presented business ideas that tap into our counties’ growing reputation as rural hubs for creativity, innovation and the […]

Ready, start, grow your business

Ready, start, grow your business

Free Confidential Business Coaching Our services for entrepreneurs are free and confidential. No matter whether you are established or just starting out; whether you have a storefront, farm, factory, restaurant or online business, the Prince Edward County Enterprise Facilitation Project is here to help you. Who is Eligible for This Service? Anyone wishing to create […]

A taste of business

A taste of business

Entrepreneurs from Rob Garden’s Grade 11 marketing class at Prince Edward Collegiate Institute are out in force all over Picton Tuesday and Wednesday testing their business skills selling food, drinks and treats. Above, Ricky, Katrina, Adam and Damien with hot chocolate, cookies, fudge, gummy treats and squares for sale at No Frills.

Are blogs hot? (or not?)

Are blogs hot? (or not?)

Trends on the web change quickly. Are blogs hot today and gone tomorrow? A recent Pew survey revealed that the popularity of blogging among teens and young adults has declined dramatically from 28 percent to 14 percent from 2006 to 2009. http://gigaom.com/collaboration/the-future-of-blogging/

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