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MOVING WITH THE TIDES

MOVING WITH THE TIDES

By NS Works | Island Employment
Podcast series on adapting to change and making waves as a business in Cape Breton
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Celtic Colours: Hosting an International Festival at Home

MOVING WITH THE TIDES

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Knock On Wood: Exporting and the importance of online visual presentation for handcrafted goods
Interview with Don Beamish of Larch Wood Canada. Larch Wood specializes in wooden end-grain kitchen cutting boards, countertops, flooring and more. Everything is handmade in their facility on Cape Breton Island. Larch Wood understand the power of visual presences and showcasing behind-the-scenes craftsmanship in their work, when it comes to promoting their product. Larch Wood has had great success utilizing digital platforms for both customer and wholesale retail.
32:14
November 27, 2020
From Tap to Your Door: Bringing a brewery online, home deliveries, and connecting with community during hard times Ft. Breton Brewing Co.
In this episode, we interview Brian MacDonald of Breton Brewing to discuss changes made during the pandemic; the importance of brand story; dealing with the extended storefront closure; and the importance of collaborating with community!
25:59
October 23, 2020
Celtic Colours: Hosting an International Festival at Home
In our first episode of Moving with the Tides, a podcast that discusses adapting to change and making waves as a business in Cape Breton, we speak with Executive Director, Mike McSween with the Celtic Colours International Festival and how they adapted their annual culture event to an entirely online platform of performances and activities during a time of Covid-19.
42:58
August 13, 2020