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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 ...

Growing Rural Innovation: Wild Card Brewing Co

Wild Card Brewing Co Craft Beer in Trenton

Growing Rural Innovation: GROW 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 ...

Growing Rural Innovation: Trenchtown Wake Park

Trenchtown Quintevation George Fischer

Growing Rural Innovation: BRING 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 ...

Growing Rural Innovation: clevr

clevr belleville

Growing Rural Innovation: MAKE 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 ...

Young Entrepreneur – Stephanie Rayton

mommy mops stephanie rayton 2

An interview with young entrepreneur Stephanie Rayton of Mommy Mops. Describe your business. Mommy Mops is the cleaning company you don’t have to clean for! We know how busy life can be and how hard “adult-ing” actually is! We have judgement-free consultations and no shame services. Don’t worry about the dishes in the sink–we’ve got your back! What brought you to the region? I was raising my three daughters in Barrie and feeling like we were always rushed, looking ...

Meet the Locals Series – Celine and Alex

Meet Celine and Alex Bruce-Lepage. They are the owners of the new restaurant in downtown Belleville, The Lark. The pair have two daughters, Pearl and Dorothy, born here in Belleville. Originally both are from small towns: Celine from Vankleek Hill, Ontario and Alex from Simcoe, Ontario. Then went to Toronto to study at university and both gained experience in the restaurant scene there. After spending some time in Prince Edward County (or The County, for locals), they decided on Belleville ...

Lights, Camera, Local! Part One

Victor Cooper Filmmaker Belleville

As a kid I always enjoyed bossing, er… directing my siblings around in our backyard productions. I grew up in a family that loved performing, be it a church play or a music event. Fast forward nearly thirty years and not much has changed. I live about twenty-five minutes from where I grew up, I married my high school sweetheart, I still play guitar and sing at some of my favourite places around the Bay of Quinte area, and I ...

Meet a Local Series – Faye

Meet Faye, owner of downtown Belleville’s one of a kind fully-female run tattoo shop, Feminink. Originally from the area, Faye has almost a decade of experience when it comes to tattooing. The shop recently opened its doors to a new and more spacious spot at 298 Front Street. The idea behind Feminink is based around making anyone feel comfortable with getting a tattoo. “It just makes it more comfortable—not only for females, but also people that are transgender, 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.