Town of Vegreville Economic Development Department
This department is in place to directly assist anyone that is looking to start up or relocate a business to Vegreville. The Economic Development Manager, Bob Bezpalko, is there to provide advice and direction as well as help with finding a great location for your business. This could include an existing location, serviced land, or even raw land. He can also help with demographics, introductions to the planning department for permits and licenses, and information needed to complete a business plan.
Vegreville Rotary Club
A non profit group who provides service to others, promotes integrity, and advances world understanding, goodwill, and peace through fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.
Vegreville Kinsmen & Kinette Clubs
Kin Canada is an all-Canadian service organization made up of dedicated member volunteers who serve their community’s greatest need through hosting and sponsoring events and community service projects.
Vegreville Agricultural Society
The Vegreville Agricultural Society’s primary focus is to promote and improve various types of livestock, grain and homemaking skills in a social environment.
Vegreville & District Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber is there to help businesses with advice, support in the form of a number of business programs, advice, links to Covid-19 assistance for businesses, and a forum to network with other Vegreville businesses.
Business Link hosts, sponsors, and participates in events and webinars that give small business owners the opportunity to learn, network, share ideas, and meet other like-minded entrepreneurs.
Alberta Women Entrepreneurs
AWE provides free advising services to women entrepreneurs in Alberta. An AWE Business Advisor can help you talk through your business strategy, your delivery model, and how to manage cash flow. They can also delve into marketing, talk about mindset management, connect you with other resources, and more.
As a part of Futurpreneur's volunteer mentoring program, mentors provide business advice, as well as support and encouragement, to help young entrepreneurs (18-39) remain focused on what is important for the success of their business.
Community Futures offers business counselling and advisory services, as well as consulting services for topics such as marketing plans, feasibility studies and investment attraction strategies.
Through digital programs and flagship events, Startup Canada is the network promoting, inspiring, educating, connecting and giving a voice to Canada’s entrepreneurs; supporting them to start, operate and scale businesses that build a better Canada for the world today and for future generations.