Moncton, NB Monday, May 14th, 2018 - Last Wednesday, La Station's owner, Mylène Després, officially launched her business at the Barolo and Co. headquarters in downtown Moncton. After several months of brainstorming and researching the needs of the business community in the region, La Station now offers bilingual and affordable administrative and operational services to entrepreneurs looking to grow their businesses. Among other things, La Station contributes to the development of ideas, content and websites, in addition to offering basic translation services and event logistics.
The crowd of partners and friends was busy Wednesday to celebrate the new venture. The Honorable Cathy Rogers, Minister of Finance and Regional Minister for Greater Moncton and Southeastern New Brunswick, was among the guests. "Your government recognizes the importance of small businesses to New Brunswick's economic growth, and we applaud small businesses like La Station that help boost our province's economic competitiveness. Becoming an entrepreneur is a courageous and exciting opportunity. I congratulate Mylène Després and La Station for their community contribution that will help other entrepreneurs do their best. " said the Minister at this week’s launch.
Mr. Don Moore, Director, Entrepreneurship and Business Start-up and Mrs. Carolji Forgues, VP marketing communications at 3+ Corporation, the Greater Moncton Economic Development Agency were also present at the launch on Wednesday night. "3+ is proud to support La Station, a company that is part of the Greater Moncton ecosystem and supports the local economy by providing essential services to the entrepreneurial community," Moore said Wednesday night.
After only three months of operations, Mrs. Després says she is extremely grateful for the reception of her community. According to her, the city of Moncton is the perfect place to start a business because the Greater Moncton area already offers an exceptional space for sharing and collaboration for small businesses and young entrepreneurs. What La Station wants to bring is an added value to the community approach in order to have a significant impact on the economy of the region. "At La Station, we are committed to helping small creative businesses consolidate their place in the local entrepreneurial ecosystem. Our ultimate goal is to contribute to the development of a healthier, more resilient and better connected community, "adds Ms. Després.
For more information on La Station, visit the website www.lastationsupport.com or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org