Economic Resiliency and Recovery Resources

 

The Stettler Regional Board of Trade & Community Development, in partnership with Stettler Regional Emergency Management Agency, will be collecting emergency information from businesses along with details on their current situation to help share resources and prepare for recovery.

 

We are asking all businesses to please fill out this vital form.

 

Business Resource Form


Economic Resiliency & Recovery Resources

 

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From Stingray
 

Stingray Radio Launches the Stingray Stimulus Plan, a $15 Million Radio Economic Recovery Program for Local Business

 

Stingray (TSX: RAY.A; RAY.B), a leading music, media, and technology company, will do its part to kick-start Canada’s economic recovery and is proud to announce the establishment of an economic stimulus plan via its 104 radio stations across the country to help local businesses obtain grants in the form of radio advertising during this unprecedented crisis.

 

Through this program, Stingray will provide a minimum of $15 million in radio advertising grants to local businesses in markets across Canada where Stingray operates local radio stations. Stimulant grants will range from a minimum of $1000 up to a maximum of $100,000 in radio advertising per business. The recipient business will have twelve months to utilize the radio advertising grant provided towards booking and airing a radio advertising campaign and will not be required to invest additional sums with Stingray radio stations to receive the grant.

 

“Radio advertising has long been a successful stimulus for local economic activity in our country,” said Ian Lurie, President, Stingray Radio. “We are delighted to support local businesses lacking the capital resources to invest in advertising to effectively relaunch their business. The Stingray Stimulus Program is our way of helping to kick-start Canada’s economic engine for local business.”

 

As of today, local businesses in Stingray radio markets can apply for the grant at www.stingraystimulus.com. Grants will be determined and approved by the local Stingray radio management team based on their determination and weighting of relevant objective factors, including: immediate economic need, COVID-19 impact, social need, community benefit, and long term (macro-economic) benefit.

 

For the purposes of the Stingray Stimulus Plan, local Canadian business is defined as any registered Canadian business, not for profit organization or charity that operates within 100 km of the designated municipality in which the applicable Stingray radio operation is located. Visit www.stingraystimulus.com for more information or call your local sales representative today.

 

About Stingray

Montreal-based Stingray Group Inc. (TSX: RAY.A; RAY.B) is a leading music, media, and technology company with over 1,200 employees worldwide. Stingray is a premium provider of curated direct-to-consumer and B2B services, including audio television channels, more than 100 radio stations, SVOD content, 4K UHD television channels, karaoke products, digital signage, in-store music, and music apps, which have been downloaded over 150 million times. Stingray reaches 400 million subscribers (or users) in 156 countries. For more information: www.stingray.com.

 

For more information, please contact: 

Mathieu Péloquin

Senior Vice-President, Marketing and Communications

Stingray mpeloquin@stingray.com

1 514 664-1244, ext 2362


From Business Link

 

Starting a business during COVID-19

During difficult times, there are additional matters to consider when starting a business. Learn how to get the fundamentals right from the start, along with tips to thrive during and post COVID-19.

  • What industries are most resilient during COVID-19?
  • What business structure fits my business today, in one month and in six months?
  • Communication strategies with your new customers
  • Framework for Understanding What’s Changed & How to Adapt
  • Online tools to get you going quickly and affordably
  • Promotions & offers provided by different online tools for small businesses

 

June 25 @ 11am

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From the Canadian Business Resiliency Network

 

How To Support Employees’ Mental Health And Well-Being During COVID-19 And Beyond

In a recent survey by Sun Life, over half (56%) of Canadians surveyed said COVID-19 is negatively affecting their mental health. Join Carmen Bellows, Registered Psychologist and Director, Mental Health Solutions at Sun Life Financial to learn how to develop and maintain a positive mental health environment in your organization.

 

July 20 @ 2pm

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From ATB

 

Supply Chain Insights to Help You Navigate the Unknown

As the world started to react to COVID-19, the deep integration and fragility of our global supply chains quickly became clear. Production in some areas came to a sudden stop, critical inputs became hard to acquire and follow-on production, and supply was affected down the line. Additionally, business owners around the world became aware of many other factors, including the cost of flexibility when demand changes rapidly.

 

We invite you to join us for an insightful webinar with Ed Straw, MBA, CD
Head, Advisory Solutions & Advice with ATB, and Tom McCaffery President and CEO of Supply Chain Canada, to discuss key considerations around how to analyze and manage the risks in your current supply chain. We will also help identify opportunities to make supply chain management a fundamental building block to your future success.

 

 June 30, 2020

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