As ThriveNorth enters its fifth year, we’re excited to introduce a new program for Northern B.C. – the ThriveNorth Northern Trainer Network!
We asked Brianne for some tips on how small businesses and start-ups can make the most of their first pop-up event.
Located in the Fort St. John area of Northern BC, Cecil Lake Honey produces 100% pure honey, pollen and honey-based products like lip balm, skin cream, soap and candles.
There are a million reasons why implementing eco-friendly practices can benefit your start-up. However, when it comes down to it, three reasons come out on top – it’s good for the planet, it’s good for your brand and it’s good for business.
HaloApparel is a home-based business that focuses on custom made-to-measure athletic wear that uses the highest quality fabrics to ensure the best possible garment.
Balancing motherhood and entrepreneurship is no easy feat, but Smithers’ own Melissa Bennett is doing it in style. The young mom is the owner of SOLE Shoes, a boutique shoe store providing comfortable, quality footwear for women, children and men.
Let’s face it – starting a business is daunting.It can be even tougher for women to take the leap into entrepreneurship. For instance, a lack of female mentors can be a big barrier for women looking to set off on their own. The ThriveNorth Project has been helping to address this by connecting with and […]
Hiring staff is hard for any company, but to build a solid team for a young business is even harder.
Amy Brockmeyer is an elementary school teacher turned food entrepreneur whose artisanal ice cream, A+ Ice Cream, is taking Hazelton, BC by storm.
Here are some key things you need to know in order to work with influencers to promote your brand.
The youth of today face many unique challenges and, now more than ever, support is needed in many Canadian communities.While community-supported programs do exist in the Terrace, B.C. region, there is still a ways to go to ensure that area youth are receiving the support they need.Tara works full-time as an occupational therapist at the […]
It’s no secret that being an entrepreneur requires a strong work ethic. On top of that, there is a lot of pressure to stay constantly connected.
We put together this list of amazing local Northern BC businesses to help inspire your holiday shopping this season. From trendy boutiques to fun travel experiences, you can find something for everyone without having to leave your local community.
Located on the Skeena River, Jaclyn Gagnon and her husband Jon have transformed their quiet 90 acres of farmland in Terrace, BC, into a nature escape.
Staying true to yourself is not as simple as it sounds, especially when running your own business. You may often feel the urge to conform to a stereotypical notion of what it means to be an entrepreneur. But the truth is, being an entrepreneur has many definitions and the journey is different for every individual.
Bryan Last and Aleksa Havelaar are the co-founders of the small-batch coffee roaster, White Goat Coffee Roasters. White Goat roasts fairly-traded organic coffee beans slowly and carefully in order to highlight flavors which are unique to the beans’ geographic origins.
Whether you’re an entrepreneur, or simply looking to learn something new, here are some tips and resources to help you get started.
Hayley Wilson is the co-owner of Adventure Camp Tourism, a tourism company that offers unique, customized mountain adventures in Northern, British Columbia.