Service Provider Directory
Agrivalue Processing Business IncubatorLeduc, AB - 780-980-4244 Agrivalue Processing Business Incubator
The APBI is a multi-tenant facility providing the infrastructure and services to support and enhance the establishment and growth of new companies and new business ventures in Alberta. The APBI is a federally registered establishment enabling resident companies to market their products nationally and internationally.
One purpose of the facility is to assist with the start-up of new food businesses, providing facilities and programs to help manage the transition from new product development, through commercialization, market launch and growth in sales, resulting in graduation and the establishment of their own facilities.
Alberta Food Processing Development CentreLeduc, AB - 780-986-4793 Alberta Food Processing Development Centre
The Food Processing Development Centre is a modern, fully equipped pilot plant and product development laboratory facility. It is staffed with experienced food scientists, engineers and technologists. Centre services are designed to strengthen and expand the capability of Alberta's food processors to meet the challenges of the marketplace through application of new technology and the development of new or improved products and processes.
APEX Southeast Alberta Regional Innovation NetworkMedicine Hat, AB - 403-528-2824 APEX Southeast Alberta Regional Innovation Network
APEX's vision is to create a globally competitive region for innovation and technology in Southeast Alberta. APEX strives to support local entrepreneurs and small and medium-sized enterprises to develop and adopt new technologies, commercialize innovative new products, and improve productivity.
Rural Alberta Business CentresCamrose, AB; Cold Lake, AB; Hanna, AB; Rocky Mountain House, AB - Rural Alberta Business Centres
The rural business centres provide services to entrepreneurs, small business owners, and managers at all stages of the business life cycle from the start-up to expansion to succession planning.
Each rural business centre is staffed by a small business advisor who assists in providing one-on-one business advice, seminars, workshops, and access to relevant information about small businesses and business opportunities. Information and materials will be tailored to the specific needs of the communities served by each RABC.
While most services are free, a small fee may apply to some educational offerings.
Rural Alberta Business Centres exist in the following communities: