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Small Business Week events in Corner Brook on Monday
Oct 15, 2018 at 10:38 p.m.
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A couple of staffers from the firm Grant Thornton, from left, senior tech analyst Christopher Stone and assurance manager Jadie Zeng, chat with Sean St. George of the Navigate Entrepreneurship Centre during a public coffee break at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University as part of Small Business Week events in Corner Brook Monday. - Gary Kean
Small Business Week events took place in Corner Brook on Monday.
Wendy Taylor, outreach officer for small and medium enterprises with Public Services and Procurement Canada, discusses how local businesses can be suppliers of goods and services to the federal government during a Small Business Week event in Corner Brook Monday.
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