The Huron Small Business Enterprise Centre offers small business owners and entrepreneurs the following resources and services to establish a successful momentum for your business:

  • • Free consultations with a qualified business consultant
  • • Free assistance in registering your business name – obtaining your BIN, HST, payroll and WSIB numbers
  • • Free business plan reviews
  • • Workshops and seminars, free or low-cost
  • • Networking and professional development opportunities
  • • Guidance on licenses, permits, registration, regulations and other requirements

Goderich Office
54 West St, Goderich, ON N7A 2K3
519-524-8394 ext 6


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