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Enterprise South East Office Closure
20/02/2013
 
After a decade of delivering economic development services in the South East Region of New Brunswick, Enterprise South East will be closing its doors in April 2013.  After this date, clients seeking information or assistance are encouraged to contact the appropriate government departments in their area.
The Board and Staff of Enterprise South East wish to extend sincere gratitude to its key stakeholders including: Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA); Province of New Brunswick; and the municipalities of the South East Region. Enterprise South East is appreciative of the tremendous and professional working relationship it has had with these partners, and all the solid partnerships created with Enterprise South East.  Moreover, we would like to recognize the partnership created between the CBDC Westmorland and Albert and Enterprise South East over the years.  
 
James McKenna, President and Chair of the Board of Directors says; “I wish to thank the many volunteers who have served as members of the Board and to the staff who served the business communities with dedication and passion throughout the existence of our organization.    Enterprise South East, along with its stakeholders, has had the privilege to share in many business success stories in the region and it is my hope that the success stories will continue for many years to come.”
 
To access information on available programs, funding or other services, businesses may contact the following organizations:
 
o Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA)
1-800-561-7862
www.acoa-apeca.gc.ca
 
o Department of Economic Development
506-858-5560
 
o Department of Post-Secondary Training and Labour
506-869-6061
www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/departments/post-secondary_education_training_and_labour
 
o CBDC Westmorland Albert
506-532-8312
www.cbdc.ca
 

o Canada Business
1 888-576-4444
www.canadabusiness.ca