In November 2013 I was selected as one of 16 up and coming entrepreneurs throughout the province as a High Flier through the Canadian Youth Business Foundation.
Selected entrepreneurs and their business ventures include:
Keith Gelhorn, ADDvocacy ADHD & Life Skills Coaching ltd, Ricky Goodall, Collison Sports, Moses Robicheau, Laugh It Up, Kyle Williams, KTM Services Group, Kristy O’Leary of Scout and Burrow, Jamie Newman, JCN Performance Consulting Ltd., Rosemary Murphy of The Townhouse Brewpub & Eatery, Jon Fraser, Stromline Technologies, Laurie Dolhan of ContractMe.ca, Brad Hiltz of Good Wood Fuel Limited, Chris Mahoney of Train Clean, Megan McCarthy of DraftCAM, Jessi Gillis of Highland Drive Storehouse and Highland Drive Catering and Matthew Pickup of Fosch Capital.
“This year we really focused on the entrepreneur and their potential for business leadership. Each High Flier impressed us with their drive to succeed, passion for business and positive, can-do attitude. We also considered their commitment to the business and its opportunity for growth. The High Fliers selected have the desire to learn and to apply those learnings to business growth” says Nicole Osmond, Director of CYBF Atlantic. “CYBF has more than 16 years’ of experience supporting young entrepreneurs to reach their potential. We are thrilled to play a role in their business success.”
ABOUT HIGH FLIERS
A program created by Canadian Youth Business Foundation, High Fliers is supported by the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) and Nova Scotia Economic and Rural Development and Tourism. It intends to attract Nova Scotia business leaders of tomorrow, providing them with the resources they need to make their ambitions a reality. Deadline for submissions is 11:59 p.m. on Oct 25, 2013 at www.highfliers.ca.
I am looking forward to seeing what this program has to offer and taking my business to the next level!