Startup St. Bernard announced Friday, February 20, the finalists for the 2015 entrepreneur pitch competition. The five finalists will pitch to a panel of judges on Monday, March 23, at the Meraux Foundation's Docville Farm during New Orleans Entreprenuer Week (NOEW).
The St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation is excited to be an official sponsor of Starup St. Bernard.
Nunez Community College in Chalmette will begin offering a Process Technology Fast Track program designed to help those with an associate's degree or higher attain the Associates of Applied Science degree in Process Technology in 16 weeks.
Process Technology is a high-wage, high-skill, and high-demand profession with beginning salaries of over $50,000. Most PTEC positions involve working onsite at various manufacturing or processing facilities.
CHALMETTE – The Louisiana District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Louisiana Small Business Development Center of Greater New Orleans (LSBDC) will be presenting a free workshop for small business owners and the community on Thursday, November 6. The workshop will be hosted by the St. Bernard Chamber of Commerce and the St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation and will feature Melissa Daigrepont, Economic Development and Public Information Officer for SBA Louisiana, and Dr. Michael P.
“Working on Water” to Feature Experts on Businesses of Ecotourism, Coastal Restoration, and Disaster Response
For the first time ever, Louisiana has been ranked #1 for Best Business Climate in the USA.
St. Bernard Parish Economic Development Foundation ( EDF) announces that it is seeking a new Executive Director to move forward an economic development entity.
The St. Bernard Chamber of Commerce and St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation began its first-ever Leadership St. Bernard Program in 2014.
The United Stated Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration recently awarded a $40,000 matching grant through the New Orleans Regional Planning Commission to support ongoing economic development initiatives in St. Bernard Parish which will have a New Orleans regional impact. The principal partners in this grant, the St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation (SBEDF) and the Nunez Community College Foundation Board, will each contribute a $20,000 match to the grant.