Are you the owner, organizer, visionary of a small flock chicken business? Incubator farm? Local pizza and brewery? Community cannery? Co-operative abattoir? All the dreams of new local food and farm social enterprises just got closer to reality.
Tourism stakeholders in Lennox & Addington are invited to learn about an exciting opportunity designed to create and enhance experiences that can inspire visitor travel.
An IGNITE Information Session takes place at the Lennox & Addington County Museum & Archives, 97 Thomas Street East, Napanee on Tuesday, November 6th at 1:30pm.
Lennox & Addington County business Calderwood Automation Services Ltd. has been named a Critical Power EcoXpert™ partner of Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation. Calderwood Automation was trained by Schneider Electric to leverage the latest in IoT-enabled technology to deliver improved power availability, safety and operational efficiency to their customers.
Lennox and Addington County Economic Development returned from the Economic Development Association of Canada Conference (Fredericton, NB) with two national marketing awards. Each year the Economic Development Association of Canada hosts the Marketing Canada Awards. The awards are presented to acknowledge communities across Canada who have succeeded in their marketing efforts and to highlight up-and-coming best practices in the economic development profession.
By joining or starting a Circle, you may be eligible for a small business grant/loan through PARO Peer Lending Circle Program.
Grants/Loans range from $550 - $5000
Increases women's access to:
- Grants and Loans
- Business Plan Development
- Networking, Peer Support, Mentoring and Encouragement
- Opportunity to access/share business knowledge
Join us at one of the following sessions:
Nestled in the heart of Eastern Ontario, the borders of Lennox & Addington County stretch from the shores of Lake Ontario to the rocky Canadian Shield. With close proximity to the cities of Belleville and Kingston, Lennox & Addington County has the second largest labour pool in Eastern Ontario providing direct access to over 300,000 people within a 30 minute drive.
All Lennox and Addington County based businesses in tourism and related sectors are invited to attend a special "Naturally L&A” Speed Dating Event at the Lennox & Addington County Museum & Archives on Tuesday, June 26th at 7pm. This event is hosted by the Lennox & Addington Economic Development Office.
Enterprising youth are getting a nudge in the right direction from Lennox and Addington County, thanks to a new county pilot project.
The Kidpreneur program gives grades 6 through 8 students in Lennox and Addington County elementary schools a framework for brainstorming and developing their own small business plans.
Developed by Lennox and Addington County Economic Development staff, the Kidpreneur program is being embraced by three Napanee area elementary schools that are preparing students for a Kidpreneur Fair hosted by the county on April 25 in Napanee.
Destination Ontario has developed a Content Toolkit for tourism stakeholders to leverage the ‘Where Am I?’ brand platform. The Content Toolkit is a guide for industry on how to align with the creative platform, provides campaign assets and shares details on how you can implement the brand into the promotion of your own Ontario destination, product or experience.
Lennox & Addington County will soon have a new place where visitors can rest their heads. On March 7th, Choice Hotels Canada, Canada’s largest hotel franchisor, announced the development of a new build Comfort Inn & Suites in Napanee.