NewMakeIt is a facility that provides innovators, entrepreneurs and creative professionals with the tools and technology to turn ideas into reality. Watch to learn how the YSBEC helped them launch this creative business!
Christine Moran spent her whole life helping others. After moving to Newmarket from Orillia over 25 years ago, she dedicated her life to raising her two children. But shortly after moving to Newmarket, her youngest child was diagnosed with Autism. For years she worked various jobs that would allow her the time to take her son to various appointments, day
Some people have a love for music and are lucky enough to make a career out of it. Others do the same for art and design. Stella Grinfeld has at one point or another done all three. From her education to her lifetime involvement in the arts, Stella has always had a passion for what she does, including music,
We’re excited to introduce our new blog series: Ask the Expert. It aims to answer the most common questions that we receive from new or prospective entrepreneurs. On today’s edition, we feature Christine Burchett, a lawyer with Burchett Law. To incorporate or not incorporate, that is the question. Also, do I need a lawyer? What are the pros and cons
Date: Thursday, July 18 Time: 8:30 – 11 a.m. Location: York Region Administrative Centre 17250 Yonge Street, Newmarket in the Great Hall Stop by to talk to our Summer Company participants about their new businesses and enjoy a free coffee. 9 students with businesses ranging from: natural homemade skin care products asphalt sealing property maintenance including landscaping and construction projects One Stop
Wednesday, July 10 – 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. York Small Business Enterprise Centre (YSBEC) is hosting a meet and greet to help local participants from the Ontario Summer Company Program promote their summer businesses. Come and support our community’s student start-up businesses! Meet the Summer Company students who will be showcasing their summer businesses. Participating Staples Location: 14800 Yonge
It’s not where you’ve been, it’s where you end up. This rings true for Corey McCusker, owner of Muttz with Mannerz, based out of Whitchurch-Stouffville. After a 13-year career in finance, she was ready for a change. “I had a successful career as a Senior Manager, but I simply didn’t have the drive anymore,” she said. “During this transitional time,
The Ministry of Labour is excited to announce the launch of the Employment Standards Self Service Tool, available on the ministry’s website at Ontario.ca/ESATools. The tool is designed to promote self-reliance amongst workplace parties, making it easier for employers and employees in Ontario to understand and comply with the Employment Standards Act (ESA). It also includes calculations to determine whether