New Brunswick

Situated on the east coast of Canada, New Brunswick is among the four Atlantic provinces known for its talented and hard-working workforce. Oh, also, this is the only province in Canada that is officially bilingual and has recognized both English and French as its official language. Because of its strategic location, New Brunswick is a  great place to expand business ventures. In the early days, fishing, mining, and forestry contributed the most to this city’s economy. However, with time, many people moved towards the service sector. Therefore, for aspiring entrepreneurs, this became an excellent place to establish their own businesses which now is a fusion of modern technology and traditional, deep-rooted heritage. 

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New Brunswick Chamber of Commerce

The New Brunswick Chamber of Commerce represents the economic interests of the business community. As per the official website, the mission of the North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce is to lead and advance the economic development of our area and promote business activity that enhances the quality of life for all residents.” On the other hand, the vision is to come together and work as a community and help people achieve their goals to grow not just their businesses but also the economy. You can click here to find out more!

The Atlantic Provinces Chamber of Commerce

The Maritime Board of Trade that was established in 1896 became the Atlantic Provinces Chamber of Commerce when Newfoundland and Labrador’s respective chamber joined it in 1974. The official website states that APCC “actively partners with members and other organizations to impact a strong, vibrant and growing Atlantic Canada. It is a catalyst to influence, educate and advocate on policy-related issues that support business, to deliver high-value services and opportunities to our members, and to support and promote initiatives that contribute to sustainable economic growth in the region.” APCC is an advocate for over 16,000 businesses of different scales and sizes and works tirelessly in representing them to the higher-ups in the province. You can find more information on APCC by clicking on the link provided here.  

Canadian Federation of Independent Business

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business is another excellent option to turn to when you feel you need some help with your small-scale business in New Brunswick. Dedicated to helping small firms and entrepreneurs, CFIB is the largest non-profit organization with more than 95,000 members. 

The CFIB plays a vital role in advocating for small-scale businesses, whether with the government or politicians. Additionally, they provide specific business tools and practical resources plus on-call counsellors if you still have a doubt. You can get more information by clicking on the link provided above!  

Fredericton Chamber of Commerce

True to their tagline, the Frederiction Chamber of Commerce definitely is the voice of business in the city.  Representatives of the varied interests of the community, they are on a mission to “help business improve, innovate and grow through networking, shared services, advocacy and results.” With strong organizational values, the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce’s vision for a “stronger community through business prosperity” is not an unachievable task. Therefore, the members ascertain that they are honest to their goals and work for the greater good of the community. For more information, you can visit the official website by clicking here

Third-Party Tools and Resources

Other than the government and non-profit tools and resources present in New Brunswick, small-business owners can also look for other adequate third-party resources that are not just affordable but entirely scalable in helping achieve their goals. We have also provided some important links that you can check out below:

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