EXPLORING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & INNOVATION
IN NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR
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April 2016: the nlpost launches as a free monthly paper

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About

About the Publication

The nlpost is a monthly sporadically-published print and online publication which aims to generate dialogue around the growth and diversification of Newfoundland and Labrador’s economy.

It explores economic development opportunities from the perspective of individual businesses, communities, industries, and the province at-large.

At a Crossroads

Click here to read the introductory article of the nlpost, written by its owner and publisher Kieran Hanley.

Our Focus

The nlpost’s recurring subject themes include:

  • economic development policy recommendations written by subject experts
  • ideas on how community, design, and environment affect the economy
  • the impact and pursuit of entrepreneurship, productivity, innovation, and international business activities
  • stories on the successes and experiences of local firms
  • highlights of supports available to help businesses in each stage of growth
  • interviews with thought leaders on issues critical to economic growth in NL

The nlpost has a community development focus through providing an array of free online tools and features for firms and entrepreneurs, an ongoing interest in placemaking, and a commitment to donate 5% of its advertising revenues to a charity of the advertiser’s choice.

In Brief

  • 5,000 copies available throughout the Avalon region
  • free to read
  • Sent directly to elected representatives, decision-makers, industry representatives, and economic development / planning professionals province-wide
  • free listings for business development events
  • daily features online
  • for all those interested in the future of NL’s economy

More Information

Want to know more about the nlpost? Follow the links below.





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The nlpost is published by the Wellington Information Group.