Your SADC Pontiac Community Futures Development Corporation works with business, industry and local communities to help create local employment, to support economic growth and to encourage business development.
Our team of professionals are highly experienced in community development, finance, business marketing and management.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION – SURVEY 2017
The SADC, Emploi Québec and the MRC Pontiac have retained the professional services from the firm Zins Beauchins et Associés<https://www.zba.ca/> from Montréal to conduct a survey of our businesses. To validate the process please contact the Pontiac SADC office at 819-648-2186 or 1-844-648-2186 with Cindya Labine or Rhonda Perry.
SADCs are the best help for businesses
A fifth study from Statistics Canada reaffirms that SADCs and CAEs propel businesses
Québec, February 4, 2016 – Businesses that work with SADCs or CAEs in Quebec have better survival rates, create many more jobs, and more rapidly increase their payroll and sales, even during periods of economic crisis. This is confirmed by the fifth study from Statistics Canada on the performance of the Community Futures Program (CFP), delivered by SADCs and CAEs in Quebec.
Daniel Dumas, President of the Réseau des SADC et CAE, is proud of the consistency of the results: “The data shows that our organizations improve business performance. Personalized and professional support from SADC and CAE professionals, combined with financing, encourages the development of strong and sustainable businesses in Quebec’s regions and, as a result, creates jobs.”
Several entrepreneurs testify to the importance of SADCs or CAEs in the success of their projects. One of them is Matthieu Girard, owner of the computer service business MJS Inc., from Saint-Hilarion: “The SADC Charlevoix, Côte-de-Beaupré, Île-d’Orléans enabled us to double our sales. SADCs are the best help for businesses. They help entrepreneurs set their ideas in motion, create high-quality jobs and be much more competitive.”
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