17 Indigenous Entrepreneurs Ready To Take Next Step After JEDI’s Programs – Huddle Today

by ahnationtalk on December 6, 201954 Views

Dec 6, 2019

FREDERICTON- Seventeen Indigenous entrepreneurs in the province will have the skills they need to take their businesses to the next level next week.

On Dec.9, the entrepreneurs will graduate from the Joint Economic Development Initiative’s (JEDI) Indigenous Business Incubator and Accelerator programs. The current participants are developing and expanding businesses in sectors such as tourism, trades, retail, food production, beauty, and fashion design.

“We are proud of all the Indigenous entrepreneurs in this region. It is exciting to see so many Indigenous peoples engaged in JEDI’s programs and we are happy to be able to provide them with the support and mentorship they need,” said Alex Dedam, president of JEDI, in a release.

The JEDI Indigenous Business Incubator is a 10-week program that provides participants with the skills, tools and resources they need to succeed in business. The training provider, Frank Erschen, owner of Artful Sciences, designed and delivered a program that helps participants develop their idea into a viable, pitchable business plan.

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