BE READY FOR BUSINESS GROWTH (ATTRACTION)
Saskatchewan has a thriving provincial economy and industry is looking for places to expand. The NLEDC region is open for business, and it is important that we increase our visibility and extend an open invitation to everyone that we are ready for them when they come. The NLEDC is going to be prepared when interested parties are looking for places to set up business with relevant and detailed information. Our goal is to provide more detailed information in a timely manner than any other possible location. We want the business community to know that we are serious about expanding, and will do what it takes to meet their needs first.
STRONG BUSINESS COMMUNITY (RETENTION)
Small Businesses rarely have the time or capacity to look for new opportunities or ideas, and often face challenges in keeping up with new and emerging trends. Networking and partnering is often neglected since they just don’t have time to reach beyond their day to day activities.
The NLEDC is going to find ways to bring the local business community together to network, present ideas and opportunities, and provide business information that will help them reach new levels of success. Business is evolving at a fast pace, and the NLEDC wants to ensure that our regional businesses have the ability to remain current and progressive in their business activities.
BUILD STRONG PARTNERSHIPS
The NLEDC recognizes that there is a limited amount of internal capacity and resources. Through effective collaboration and partnering that is in alignment with the strategic direction of the NLEDC, the strengths of each contributing partner will be leveraged effectively leading to meaningful results. One of the strengths of the NLEDC is that we are a neutral organization that is not bound by any outside organization. NLEDC has a lot to offer the region, and all of the potential partners will be quick to see the synergies of partnering with this organization.
GROW TOURISM AND RECREATION
A strong economy is built by meeting the needs of consumers each and every time that they travel to or through the region. Tourism and recreation is consistently bringing people into the region and we need to focus on fulfilling their consumer needs while here to ensure that their positive experience will result in future return visits.
Upselling and cross-selling to consumers as they come to or through our region is a key aspect to creating a thriving local economy without any additional resources. The NLEDC will be working hard to find ways to leverage the existing businesses and infrastructure to maximize the economic impact throughout the region.
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