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  • New Brunswick Company Brings Canadian Education to China

    Wee College is an early learning and childcare franchise program with multiple locations in the province of New Brunswick. CEO/Founder Melody Munro has made early learning and childcare her life’s passion since the 1980s, launching her first childcare centre in 1994. She sees Wee College as “entrepreneurship with a purpose.” “I saw the industry being so

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  • New Brunswick Offers Cybersecurity Boot Camp

    Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB) is stepping up its support of New Brunswick’s cybersecurity/IT sector with the launch of its upcoming Cybersecurity Boot Camp. This industry-driven, English language Boot Camp begins February 6th, 2017, and registration is now open. Get the details and register here. Pierre Clavet serves as CCNB’s Sectorial Advisor for IT, Technology

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  • New Brunswick College to Offer Atlantic Canada’s First Salesforce Administration Course

    In 2011, via acquisition of social media monitoring company Radian6, Silicon Valley titan Salesforce.com established its presence in the province of New Brunswick. Today, the company strengthens its ties to the region, officially welcoming the New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) into the Salesforce Academic Alliance Program. As part of this announcement, NBCC is launching a

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  • How Canada Is Creating Tomorrow’s Cybersecurity Leaders

    October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and the time of year when a lot of people settle back into our routines. For many of us that includes continued education in some manner. Fortunately, I was able to spend time this summer combining education and cybersecurity pursuits. I’d like to offer a ‘What I did on my summer vacation’ report

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  • New Brunswick’s CyberLaunch Academy is Open for Business

    It is expected that over the next decade, high-skilled occupations—already representing over 60% of total employment in Canada—will grow by 70 percent, increasing the already fierce competition for skilled labour. With the fast pace of growth of Canada’s technology industries, the Province of New Brunswick will need to rely on internal labour resources to fulfill the

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  • How to Build an Award-Winning Company

    Winning

    In business it’s all about winning; winning the bid, winning the contract, winning that elusive customer. When it happens it evokes a powerful aura of achievement. When you add winning awards for your business acumen and results, it creates a culture of success. Opportunities NB (ONB) wanted to investigate the characteristics of award-winning companies. What

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  • How Partnering With the Insurance Industry Is a Win-Win for This College

    Collaboration and partnering are important components to personal and professional success. A clear testament to this success is the New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) and its insight and fortitude to partner with industry. In this post, we explore how NBCC partnered with the insurance industry, resulting in a unique and one-of-a-kind program offered in only

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  • How 3 Companies are Bolstering New Brunswick’s Innovative IT Sector

    Oulton College is a private post-secondary college located in Moncton, New Brunswick. The school opened its doors in 1956, a time that saw increased local demand for business students. Over the course of its 60-year history Oulton has continuously adapted its curriculum to better fulfill the job demands of Atlantic Canada. This past fall saw

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  • How New Brunswick is Bringing Innovation to the Metal Industry

    Over the past decade, the Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB) has greatly increased its efforts to support and promote technological integration and innovation initiatives from the province’s industrial and manufacturing industries. As such, it has become a key strategic partner at the centre of economic development for both its region and the province. Today we’ll

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