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Mulc, along with a manager, two northern development officers and an administration support person, will help business owners gain access to available programs, particularly to those who are looking to set up a temporary facility to hire employees back and get their operations running again.
As far as selling Greater Sudbury to business owners, Mulc said the ranking will help establish Sudbury as being more business friendly and attracting new business.
"I think it speaks volumes for the willingness of companies locally to work together to grow their operations," says Mulc.
The turning unit was fitted within the unit of special machine tool controlled by Siemens digital control system (Mulc et al., 2004), Sinumerik 840D, Fig.
"Eighty per cent of new jobs are created by small businesses in a community," says Helen Mulc, manager of the Sudbury Regional Business Centre.
"TeleTech provided a foundation that a company of that size could operate successfully in Sudhury," says Helen Mulc, manager of business development at the city's Regional Business Centre.
"The reason why that was launched was both for students and other community citizens to let them know that there is a role for all of us to play to make this a better place to live for young people and for all of us," says Helen Mulc., manager of business development with the Sudbury Regional Business Centre.
We were very thankful to have judges Helen Mulc, Linda Wiens, Marnie Hoey and Candy Mitchell participate this year to select the 2002 IW winners.
A native of Sudbury, Helen Mulc is a graduate of Laurentian University's honours bachelor of commerce program.
Sudbury may have its share of "struggles," just like any other northern community, but Helen Mulc, manager of business development at the Regional Business Centre, says she disagrees with the negativity and the bleak outlook some business owners have adopted.
To commemorate Small Business Week across Ontario, Helen Mulc, the city's manager of business development, decided instead of organizing a workshop or business seminar, the municipality should recognize young people who chose to spread their roots in Sudbury by "doing the unthinkable," she jokes - by starting their own business.