Innovative Applications of Technology
WHERE INNOVATION & ENTREPRENEURIALISM CONVERGE
Alberta’s International Region provides a supportive network of advanced manufacturing sectors including petroleum, chemicals, fabricated metals, machinery and equipment.
A Growing Centre Of Research Excellence
WHERE INNOVATION & ENTREPRENEURIALISM CONVERGE
We continue to focus on value-added opportunities in agricultural and food products to support the region's rich resource base.
Global Energy Hub
WHERE INNOVATION & ENTREPRENEURIALISM CONVERGE
Alberta’s International Region is home to Canada's largest largest developed energy services industrial park and numerous companies serving regional, national and international markets.
Managing The Transportation Flow of Regional Resources
WHERE INNOVATION & ENTREPRENEURIALISM CONVERGE
Multi-modal, highly efficient access to global markets through Road, Rail and Air Infrastructures.
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Barbara
McKenzie
Executive Director
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Contact Barbara McKenzie at 780.986.9538.
Mark
Gallant
Business Development Manager
Sandra
Trueman
Corporate Services Manager
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Contact Sandra Trueman at 780.986.9538.
Sandra
McIntosh
Program Coordinator
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Contact
 Sandy McIntosh at 780.986.9538 with questions about Business Services programming, regional data, and ongoing studies.
Michelle
Levasseur
Stakeholder & Community Relations Advisor
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Contact
 Michelle Levasseur at 780.986.9538 with questions about marketing and communications events and activities.
Michael
Presniak
Stakeholder Relations Coordinator
Events
  • June 14, 2016
    Back again by popular demand, the Leduc-Nisku EDA is partnering with the City of Leduc to bring you three Lunch N Learn sessions that you can "Take to the Bank". The three sessions will cover: How to Crowd Sourcing, How to Manage your Money, Tech Tools & How to improve your producti...
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    Friday, May 27, 2016
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