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Contact information and related resources and funding links for film and creative industries in Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotia Business Inc. will begin accepting applications for the new Nova Scotia Film and Television Production Incentive Fund on Thursday, July 2.
Global Relay, an international, Vancouver-based technology firm, has chosen to grow in Nova Scotia.
FCV Technologies Ltd. is creating jobs in Nova Scotia to support its growth in national and international markets.
Acadian Seaplants of Cornwallis, Annapolis Co. took home the award for Exporter of the Year at the 31st annual Export Achievement Awards, held today, May 21, 2015 in Halifax.
Nova Scotia companies will be honoured for their success in exporting at the 31st annual Export Achievement Awards.
Information for businesses working in the film and creative industries
Nova Scotia’s ocean technology companies have created ground breaking technology and have reached new depths in world ocean exploration.
Nova Scotia seafood companies are ready to take part in the largest seafood trade event in North America in Boston, MA on March 15-17, 2015.
RBC, one of Canada's largest employers in the financial services sector, has signed an incentive agreement with Nova Scotia Business Inc. to expand in Nova Scotia.
Nine Nova Scotia gaming and interactive media companies have been preparing for months and are set to share their latest game releases and virtual reality creations at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco, CA on March 2-6, 2015.
An optical systems engineering company is growing in Nova Scotia.
Metamaterial Technologies Inc. (MTI), which was founded in London in 2010, has signed an agreement with Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI) to expand its global business in Dartmouth.
Nova Scotia Business Inc. board of directors announced today, Jan. 14, Laurel Broten has been appointed president and CEO of NSBI.
Lockheed Martin Canada's Halifax facility is positioning itself for growth by developing and maintaining its capacity to export through its Nova Scotia operations.
Over the course of the payroll rebate incentive (September 2008 – August 2013), Lockheed Martin Canada earned $1,782,204.05 in rebates. The jobs covered under the NSBI incentive created at Lockheed Martin Canada resulted in $32,186,502 in employee payroll over the course of NSBI’s incentive and Nova Scotia received about $5,342,959 in direct tax revenue. Learn more