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MBEC & Starter Company assist young entrepreneurs business aspiration

Priscilla Boateng is a Mississauga Business Enterprise Centre’s (MBEC) recipient of the Ontario Starter Company Grant who took her business idea “Style Me Ankara” and launched it on March 2014. StyleMeAnkara.ca is an exciting new twist to African inspired clothing and...
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Learn how to market your Business! [Seminar]

Need effective marketing strategies to build or grow your business? Learn the basics of business marketing in this two-part seminar series. In this seminar, you will learn: • the mechanics of developing a marketing plan • how to conduct market research, define a target market,...
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Code and the City, Mississauga’s First Open Data Idea Jam

The City of Mississauga will co-host “Code and The City”, an idea jam, in partnership with Sheridan College and I-CUBE (University of Toronto Mississauga) to mark International Open Data Day on March 5, 2016. As an early adopter of open data in 2010, the City of Mississauga was...
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Have a Big Idea? Unlock Your Big Idea Pitch Competition #UYBIpitch

Attention entrepreneurs! Partners of the Ontario Network of Entrepreneurs (The ONE Network) in Peel officially launched its Unlock Your Big Idea Pitch Competition on Tuesday, February 9th from 4pm to 6pm at Humber College, North Campus. The objective of the competition is to...
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Thinking about a renovation or building project? Why not try ePlans!

The City has recently launched ePlans, an e-processing system for submission and review of plans and documents for building permits, site plan approvals and pre-application meetings for planning applications accessible 24/7 anytime, from anywhere. ePlans is expected to help...
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Share your vision of a future Cooksville – #VisionCooksville

Downtown Cooksville is a vibrant, diverse, multicultural urban neighbourhood centered around the busy intersection of Dundas and Hurontario Street. Home to 11,000 residents with 7,000 more to come over the next 20 years, it is the most culturally diverse community in Mississauga....
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New export program “CanExport” announced to support Canadian companies

Minister of International Trade Chrystia Freeland recently announced a new program to increase the competitiveness of Canadian companies. CanExport will provide up to $50 million over five years in direct financial support to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Canada...
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Young Entrepreneurs, Make Your Pitch!

Attention young entrepreneurs! Ontario will be giving you the opportunity to pitch your business ideas to experts and the public through the Young Entrepreneurs, Make Your Pitch competition. The contest is presented in collaboration with the Government of Ontario and Ontario...
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Create, Build + Design with Maker Mississauga

Maker Mississauga is a new initiative brought to you by the Mississauga Library System. This innovative initiative provides library users with access to new technologies such as a 3D printer and other specialized tools and equipment to create, build and develop things. The goal...
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Mississauga companies are among the Best Employers in Canada

Nine Mississauga Companies ranked best employers in Canada, according to Canadian Business Magazine. A total of 236 Canadian employers were assessed this year as part of Aon’s Best Employers in Canada studies. For the 2016 rankings, employees at these Canadian companies were...