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The Small Business Enterprise Centre
OUR SERVICES INCLUDE
Free consultations with a qualified business consultant
Business permits, licences, registration, regulations and other forms and documents required to start and build a business
Review of business plans
Up-to-date, leading-edge information geared to the needs of the entrepreneur
Access to current resource materials including books, directories and trade indexes
Informative workshops and seminars specifically designed to meet the needs of small business
Copyrights, patents and trademark information
Support for student entrepreneurs through the Summer Company program
The South Georgian Bay Small Business Enterprise Centre is pleased to welcome a new cohort of 2021 Starter Company Plus participants including Carrington Lauzon of eARTh Revival. eARTh Revival co-creates with nature by growing native plants that help our ecosystem thrive in hopes of regenerating our outdoor spaces. It just so happens that native plants are the solution! They aim to help gardeners and plant enthusiasts beautify their space while contributing to wildlife habitat and participating in biodiversity restoration and responsible land care.
The South Georgian Bay Small Business Enterprise Centre is pleased to welcome a new cohort of 2021 Starter Company Plus participants including Nicole Krueger of Refille Mobile Refillery. Refill Mobile Refillery is a South Georgian Bay business that makes it easy to reduce household waste by offering eco-friendly, Canadian-sourced home and personal care products, delivered right to your door step.
Amama’s natural skincare line helps the eco-consious consumer who wishes to increase their overall well-being and nurture their skin by providing 100% natural body care. Pure food for your skin. We are please to have her as part of the 2021 Starter Company Plus cohort.
The South Georgian Bay Small Business Enterprise Centre is pleased to welcome a new cohort of 2021 Starter Company Plus participants including Bruce Zigman who owns the new coffee bike shop Downtown Collingwood, Summit Social House. This is the first bike + coffee shop combo to come to Collingwood and the locals are loving it. A spot to grab a tune-up and a delicious latte all in one.
GVR offers custom hoodies and t-shirts designed to make you look great and give back. Apparel can be purchased online through their online shop. 25% of profits will be donated to Plan International’s goat program that provides goats to families in third world countries to help with sustainable farming practices.
Sincerely Earth & Co. crafts one of a kind, handmade rings, bracelets, necklaces and a curated selection of nationally sourced crystals. They aim to educate customers on the materials used in hopes of increasing awareness on their origins and sentimental value.
As a Summer Company participant, JSR Collectibles offers high quality, professionally graded sports cards selected and vetted for your enjoyment. Sold through Kijiji, JSR looks to find passionate collectors on the hunt for one-of-a-kind gems.
Marshall Video Services provides professional, high quality videos and images ranging from short advertisements to full length coverage to clients looking to grow their business. Level up with custom content tailored to your business brand and messaging.
The South Georgian Bay Small Business Enterprise Centre is pleased to welcome a new cohort of students ready to launch their businesses and dip into the world of entrepreneurship – including Grayson Fairley of Upcycled Designs. Upcycled Designs creates attractive and functional indoor and outdoor products for your home using recycled wood. They specialize in planter boxes, herb gardens, benches, side tables, dog beds, and desk organizers but can also work with you to bring your ideas to life.
The South Georgian Bay Small Business Enterprise Centre is pleased to welcome a new cohort of 2021 Starter Company Plus participants including Shandelle Page McCurdie – freelance artist and muralist. Shandelle has brought many public walls to life with her artistic designs and one-of-a-kind murals. In June, Simcoe street had a monarch makeover and it’s turned into quite the conversation piece and photo op for strolling locals. Read on for more on Shandelle.