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Online workshop helps businesses go digital

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North Bay area businesses now have an immersive online workshop program at their fingertips, thanks to the North Bay & District Chamber of Commerce (Chamber).

The Recovery Activation Program (RAP), which was created by The Toronto Region Board of Trade and World Trade Centre Toronto, offers businesses the know-how, blueprint as well as partners to address the conditions that COVID-19 has created by implementing digital solutions.

It is completely free for businesses.

With the support of $7.7 million investment from the Government of Canada and Ontario, RAP has expanded to business throughout the Province, including North Bay.

The Chamber has been selected as a partner to help ensure local businesses benefit from the customized services and mentorship at RAP offers.

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“We are pleased to partner in this program to assist our local businesses with digital solutions and create capacity to operate at a different level.” stated Chamber President and CEO Peter Chirico.

“The Recovery Activation Program is a direct response to what we’re hearing from our members and the business community at large: digital tools and services are crucial to success, but challenging to implement,” said Jan De Silva, President and CEO of the Toronto Region Board of Trade. “The North Bay & District Chamber of Commerce’s involvement in this program will result in the digital transformation of businesses outside of Toronto who will now be in a position to shore up their current business offerings, create new businesses opportunities and explore new markets.”

For more information or to apply online interested businesses can visit https://supportbusiness.bot.com/RAP/

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