“Often times, small business owners are thrust into a situation in which they must become competent in a diverse range of skills. Key among these are business communication skills. This customizable, comprehensive training materials package covers everything that small business owners need to know about getting their message out there. This two-day course includes information on developing and conveying an effective message through a variety of channels, including traditional media and social media.”
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
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“The Wikwemikong Development Commission helps community members develop and realize economic opportunities from construction to modern communications, while keeping touch with their traditional values.”
"The second in a series of three, this report surveys data submitted by 38 companies participating in the Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) program offered by the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business and representing various industries operating in Canada between 2001 and 2009.
The tools, traditions and relationships that it takes to re-build First Nations, to realize good governance, were the three key elements discussed at the Aboriginal Financial Management Association of B.C.- INAC conference on Governance and Accountability, held in Vancouver, June 10-11, 2002.
When done well, email marketing is an effective way to communicate with your customers. Email is inexpensive, convenient, and is easy to track. Consider an email marketing strategy that respects Canadian laws and targets your clients with the right message.
Is your business located in a remote area that limits your ability to recruit top-notch employees? Perhaps you want to keep overhead costs down by reducing your office space? If so, you might consider hiring teleworkers — employees who work outside your office, usually from home.
Access statistics and analytical research related to the information and communications technology industry. You will find information about the goods and services associated with this industry which includes older technologies such as television and the telephone, as well as computers, software, mobile phones and the Internet.
Have you ever thought about your name rolling onto the screen in the credits at the end of a television program? In addition to the talent in front of the camera, that list often includes ENG camera operators, set designers, crane operators, production technicians, and editors – the folks behind the camera, in the studio, and in the control room.
Radio continues to evolve at a breakneck pace and there's ongoing demand for creative and passionate announcers, writers, and audio producers. This concentration focuses on advanced fundamental skills for those hoping to pursue careers on-air, in radio production, commercial creative writing, and programming management. It's composed of studies in advanced on-air techniques, digital audio production, and internal station operations as well as contemporary radio industry and technology developments.
Do you like talking to people? Are you curious about what is going on in the world and like the idea of telling people about events both near and far? Broadcast Journalism could be the area of specialization for you. With a focus on writing, reporting, and reading the news for both radio and television, you are active in the community – interviewing people, recording the sound and shooting the visuals, as well as writing and presenting the stories on the air. In your senior project you create a documentary about social issues and engage the community to develop real life stories.