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Bay of Quinte Entrepreneur: Taylor Russett

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An interview with Taylor Russett of The Grind & Vine, Russett Photography + Let’s Get Married Wedding Show. Personal pronouns. He/Him Briefly describe your businesses. The Grind and Vine servers premium coffee and we dabble in wine. Our coffee house and wine bar is the perfect spot to meet up with old friends or to meet new ones. We offer a curated social environment that prides itself on inclusion and accessibility. From a corporate meeting spot to a quiet ...

Makin’ It Work: The Brake Room

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Over the past four years, The Brake Room has fostered a customer base interested not only in cycling and coffee, but community.

This interview is part of a series chatting with local business owners, artists, organizers and people in our community who are learning to adapt during COVID-19. It has been transcribed (with edits for length and clarity) from our Instagram Live interview. Adam Tilley – The Brake Room What is work looking like for you right now? It’s been a crazy eight weeks. We’ve gone through interesting waves. It started with a lot of uncertainty; the first couple of weeks, ...

Growing Rural Innovation: The Brake Room

Adam Tilley The Brake Room

Growing Rural Innovation: START IT QuinteVation’s purpose is to facilitate and encourage business innovation by entrepreneurs, thereby accelerating the growth of industries and sectors in the Bay of Quinte region. They regularly host events across the region and feature profiles of the doers and dreamers of the local business sector to help foster this resolution. Head to our lifestyle blog to read about other entrepreneurs who are leading the charge to start it, bring it, make it and grow ...

Meet the Locals Series: Cara and Shane

Bourbon and Bean Handshake Society is one of the newest additions to Belleville’s downtown core. Situated on Front Street, their building boasts a brick exterior surrounded by floral accents. Red cushions line the outdoor benches while downtown’s newly renovated sidewalk streets complement their contemporary design.  The cafe owners Shane and Cara Poyner were born in Prince Edward County but have recently moved back to the area with dreams of setting up shop in downtown Belleville. Cafe by day and ...

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Bay of Quinte Region is an alliance of interdependent communities, bound together by a common history, shared economy, and the water that surrounds and defines us. We hope to welcome you soon.