Nova Scotia Business Inc. is pleased to share The Insider – our monthly newsletter featuring initiatives, events, missions, resources and stories about doing business in Nova Scotia, and around the globe.
In Nova Scotia, local seafood distributors work directly with fishermen to ensure seafood is being pulled responsibility from the waters. Tracing farmed fish and seafood as they travel through the supply chain allows aquaculture operations to demonstrate to consumers, retailers, and export markets that they operate in a safe and sustainable way. Read more. Tweet this
NOVA SCOTIA SPOTLIGHT
45° North 63° West – Nova Scotia Seafood. Pure.
A new seafood brand that says it all. It tells of a place where the sea is pure, cold and clean. Where the seafood tastes of the unspoiled Atlantic. And now, Nova Scotia seafood companies have the opportunity to leverage this new brand globally. Read more.
In April, a group of Nova Scotia companies will be heading to Brussels, Belgium for Seafood Expo Global, the world's largest seafood trade fair.
Could someone in your global network be attending Seafood Expo Global?If so, we would be pleased to introduce them to our Nova Scotia companies. Please let us know at email@example.com
CONNECTNS MEMBER SPOTLIGHT
Cultivating Opportunity: Jean-Paul Deveau Meet Jean-Paul Deveau, President of Acadian Seaplants Limited, and one of over 100 ConnectNS Global Advisors helping Nova Scotia exporters become globally connected.
Jean-Paul Deveau shares his story and experience as a major international exporter operating in rural Nova Scotia. Read more.
IBM Investing in Nova Scotia Nova Scotia provided a business environment that allowed IBM to surpass growth projections. In 2012, IBM projected the creation of 500 jobs over an eight-year period. Today, the company has been hiring well ahead of the estimated timeline target.