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 3302


Social Enterprise Spotlight: Homegrown

Doing well by doing good, Homegrown Land Bank Group is an incredible example of a local social enterprise that has a big impact. Homegrown brings together farmers from the local community in an online farmer’s market to help them reach markets they might not have access to otherwise. The online...

Fall Business Workshops!

Critical Reflection with Carol Casey  Oct. 5, 2017 | Small Business Centre, Goderich | 6:00-8:00 pm The practice of reflection is known to expedite transfer of knowledge to practice; generate higher quality work performance, and promote professional growth. This workshop engages participants in an...

Summer Company Spotlight: Rustic Signs

It all started with a brilliant idea to paint Canadian flags on old wooden pallets to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. Now, 16 year-old Jonnie Lavis runs his business, Rustic Signs, as part of the Summer Company Program, funded by the Province of Ontario. Jonnie makes signs with eco-friendly...

Social Enterprise Spotlight: Upcycle Lifestyle

Every good story starts with an ugly sweater. And this story is awesome. 23 year-old Ann Gibson just finished her degree in Environmental Engineering at Waterloo University, and is going on for her Masters in Environment and Sustainability this September at the University of Western Ontario. With...

Summer Company Spotlight: Kleinton’s Woodwork

I think we all have a story of that exceptional teacher who helped us find our passion—or at least to love a subject that might have otherwise been a bore. 19 year-old Kleinton Saunders took woodworking by chance in grade 11, and now he’s running his own business, Kleinton’s Woodworking, with...

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