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Regional Economic Development Alliances

Edmonton, AB - Regional Economic Development Alliances

The REDAs were created to enable regions to compete more effectively in a global marketplace and improve investment attraction, resulting in greater prosperity locally, regionally, and provincially. 

Advanced Education fosters and supports development of REDAs in Alberta through its Entrepreneurship and Regional Development Branch Offices. These efforts are coordinated through the Entrepreneurship and Regional Development Branch head office, located in Edmonton.

Each of the following pages contains links to REDA profile documents, websites, contact information and more:

Northeast Alberta Information Hub Ltd. (AlbertaHUB)
Alberta SouthWest Regional Alliance (Alberta SW)
Battle River Alliance for Economic Development Ltd. (BRAED)
Central Alberta Economic Partnership Ltd. (CAEP)
Calgary Regional Partnership Incorporated (CRP)
Grizzly Regional Economic Alliance Society (Growth Alberta)
Lesser Slave Lake Economic Alliance (LSLEA)
Palliser Economic Partnership (PEP) Ltd.
Peace Region Economic Development Alliance (PREDA)
Regional Economic Development Initiative Association for Northwest Alberta (REDI)
SouthGrow Regional Initiative (SouthGrow)

Tags: Economic Development, All of Alberta, Government - Provincial,

Rural Alberta Business Centres

Camrose, 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:

Tags: Business Development, Economic Development, Expansion, Rural, Startup, Other Regions, Government - Provincial,