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Huron County Economic Development update

Huron County Economic Development June Monthly Update June 2021 – Check out Huron County’s brand new Economic Development Dashboard! This is a great place to find economic and demographic indicators from a variety of sources. It’s regularly updated, interactive, and downloadable.

This exciting new tool is of particular use to realtors, investors, researchers, and community groups.

See the Dashboard here!

Bilingualism: Adding Value in the Workplace Employer Webinar
  Huron County Immigration Partnership has partnered with Immploy to create a webinar for employers across Southwestern Ontario called ‘Bilingualism: Adding Value in the Workplace’. It will take place on Tuesday, June 22, at 1:00 PM through a virtual presentation and panel discussion. The webinar will engage attendees with a panel of incredible speakers from across the region to explore the benefits of a bilingual workforce, and find out how employers can access bilingual talent in the region.

Upcoming workshops in June include:
  June 08 – “Business Basics: Financial Management”
June 10 – “How to Manage HR without an HR Person”
June 15 – “Business Basics: Pitching Your Business”
June 17 – “Business Law 101”
June 22 – “Art of Delegation: How to Delegate Responsibly with Respect”
June 22 – “Bilingualism: Adding Value in the Workplace Webinar”
June 29 – “Canva 101”

Find out more or register here!

If you are a business in Huron County, look out for your BR&E survey package in the mail!

Survey Support Volunteer’s are connecting with businesses over the phone, before you receive the survey package to inform you of the incoming survey, speak on the importance of completing the survey, and to offer their assistance with the survey as needed. The phone calls and mail outs are starting now and continuing until November, 2021.

Business respondents will have the opportunity to communicate any urgent business concerns and/or opportunities to their assigned Survey Support Volunteer, who will then relay that concern or opportunity to the Project Coordinator to be triaged by the Business Supports Team, comprised of Huron Economic Development staff. The appropriate member of the Business Supports Team will then connect with the business owner directly to address their concern and/or opportunity. The surveying phase of the Huron BR&E Project will continue to the end of November of 2021, at which time analysis of the data can begin. For more information please contact Cole Nicholson at cnicholson@huroncounty.ca.

Read more of the latest update from Huron County Economic Development!

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