Business Skills & Training

Running a business is a lot of work. You went into business because you’re good at something. You might be good at installing electrical systems, or making chocolates, or selling houses – or something completely different. However for the business to run well, you also need to know about:

Sometimes it can seem like your business runs you, instead of you running the business. The Chamber can help, with business skills and training. By learning how to run your business better, you can do more: more profit, more time, or more resources to grow your business. You will have more control and more options. The Chamber offers:


About Us

The mandate of the Business Skills & Training Committee is to engage and inform EHCC members and the general business community and facilitate their access to business development and education programs, to improve their business success.

The committee includes representatives from the East Hants & Districts Chamber of Commerce, NS Department of Labour Skills and Immigration, CBDC Hants-Kings, East Hants Community Learning Association, Futureworx, the Municipality of East Hants and the business community.

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The committee oversees the Essential Business Skills programs, which are fully funded by the Nova Scotia Department of Labour Skills and Immigration under its Workplace Education Initiative.

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Join us for some networking fun andstrategies for success in Mount Uniacke!.For the fourth and final session will be Wednesday August 17th at 9am at the office of Lindsay A. Lamb CPA Inc. 16 James Boyle Drive, Unit 2, Mount Uniacke .Missed the first sessions? No worries!We will work on creating an "elevator speech", how to talk about our business, and how to mingle in a group..If you're from the Corridor area we would like to arrange car pooling from Enfield, so please send an email to info@ehcc.ca ... See MoreSee Less
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Asrar Haq-Montford - DirectorAsrar grew up in beautiful Cape Breton Island from 2002-2013. After graduating from Sydney Academy in 2013, Asrar moved to Halifax to attend Dalhousie University. In 2019, Asrar graduated from Dalhousie University with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Social Anthropology with First Class Honours. Asrar has been employed by Dalhousie University since 2015. A passion for showcasing beautiful Nova Scotia & a dream to live on the water led Asrar & his partner to Burntcoat, N.S. In August 2021, they left the big city life to take over Shangri-La Cottages, a luxury cottage business on the Cobequid Bay (Bay of Fundy). Asrar looks forward to serving the East Hants business community through his involvement with the East Hants Chamber of Commerce. ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you for your continued support as an Award Sponsor of the 2022 EHCC Business Excellence Awards Halifax Stanfield ... See MoreSee Less
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VOTING IS NOW OPEN!**Outstanding Customer Service Award****Excellence in Diversity & Inclusion Award**These 2 award categories are now open for public vote until August 31st. To cast your votes pleae visit: bit.ly/3OZ7OP4 ... See MoreSee Less
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Looking for an affordable space for your next team meeting? Or for training? You can rent the boardroom at the East Hants Chamber office. - Seats up to 14.- Access to white board, easel, and smart TV.- Hybrid meeting capabilites: meet with those who can't join you online. They can see, hear, and speak to all those in person. - Access to kitchenette for lunch meetings. For more information please email info@ehcc.ca or stop in at 8 Old Enfield Rd, Unit 205, Enfield, NS. ... See MoreSee Less
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