and the culture of business
While establishing yourself as an entrepreneur in a new country can be difficult, even after years of experience abroad, Moussa Magassouba can count on the advice of his mentor, Daouda Dembélé.
CDEM helps community business development corporations (CDC's) implement specific projects whether community-oriented or private.
CDEM provides a whole range of business services for those starting/acquiring a business or considering expansion or succession.
CDEM works closely with Manitoba's bilingual municipalities to help them become more innovative and competitive all the while adopting a greener approach to their economic activities.
CDEM works closely with schools, the business community and youth organizations to encourage young people to develop their entrepreneurial spirit.
The economic goal of a co-op is not to profit but to satisfy the aspirations and economic, social and cultural needs of its members. In doing so, cooperatives help create sustainable economic development.
Aschenti Cocoa, a new chocolate shop on Corydon Avenue, aims to show Manitobans what real chocolate tastes like.
"Now that our store and café have reopened, there's going to be a lot of people who"ll want to stop here."
A series of videos on Canada's immigration programmes, our job market, and more.
Choose from almost 20 workshops offered by CDEM in 2016-2017.