Need Small Business Support in BC?


Whether you need help finding specific information, or someone to evaluate your current business plan, or to help you to find financing -- chances are pretty good that there are experts nearby who will be eager to help. Use this directory of support agencies and libraries in BC to make the right connection today.

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The Connected Woman® Association (TCWA) is a professional resource network for women entrepreneurs and business professionals who desire to be a part of an organization that is all about the...

Focused on practical how-to advice. Provides a series of videos entitled DIY or GO PRO and an ongoing self-reflection of business planning and small business operations. The Small Biz Doer can be...

It is the mission of the Thompson Rivers University (TRU) Library to participate actively in the education of students by providing excellent resources and services to support learning and teaching...

The Thompson-Nicola Regional Library can be emailed using their Ask a Librarian page.

The Thompson-Nicola Regional Library can be emailed using their Ask a Librarian page.

The Thompson-Nicola Regional Library can be emailed using their Ask a Librarian page.

The Thompson-Nicola Regional Libraries can be emailed using their Ask a Librarian page.

The Thompson-Nicola Regional Libraries can be emailed using their Ask a Librarian page.

The Thompson-Nicola Regional Libraries can be emailed using their Ask a Librarian page.

The Thompson-Nicola Regional Libraries can be emailed using their Ask a Librarian page.

The Thompson-Nicola Regional Library has been dedicated to meeting the lifelong learning, reading and informational needs of TNRD residents for over 40 years. We strive to be a leader in celebrating...

The Thompson-Nicola Regional Libraries can be emailed using their Ask a Librarian page.

The Thompson-Nicola Regional Libraries can be emailed using their Ask a Librarian page.

The Thompson-Nicola Regional Libraries can be emailed using their Ask a Librarian page.

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