NORTH SYDNEY, N.S. – A North Sydney business is looking for investors to help speed up the process of acquiring containers to ship live product across the globe.
A Halifax-based company is turning to Nova Scotians again to raise another $2.8 million to pay off loans that allowed it to gain an equity stake in joint-venture wind energy projects.
The East Hants Entertainment Ltd. (formally East Hants Bowling Society) will open up a bowling/cinema complex in 2016/2017. Numerous sites are being explored by the company. Equity to build the complex will be raised by a share offering using the CEDIF model (Appendix 3-pg. 86). The company is made up of a core group of bowlers, with a dream to have a local facility to service the eager marketplace. The complex will have a 12-14 lane bowling facility with supporting equipment and goods to service the many levels of bowlers. There will also be a 200 seat Cinema showing a variety of movies. A food concession will be included to provide a selection of food and snacks. It is the intent of the company to open the complex in sections to gain momentum on the project. The East Hants Bowling Society members have a variety of experience and a vast network of contacts to make such a project viable.
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Over the last three years, Live Ship has secured exclusive rights from BioNovations for a new Generation of patented shipping containers that are poised to fundamentally change the way lobster and snow crab are shipped worldwide. These containers can travel by road, rail and or sea. Among the many benefits of these containers.
Live Ship has applied to the Nova Scotia Security Commission for the use of their CEDIF program (Community Economic Development Fund) in 2017
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“When we began this journey in 2004, we never imagined that in ten years we’d have raised nearly $10 million for investment in Cape Breton,”said New Dawn President, Rankin MacSween in a press release. “We knew we were on to something but interest in local investment has exceeded all expectations.”