FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A new not-for-profit opened in Fort St. John in May that offers a socially and culturally safe space.
The Cultural Learning and Innovation Circle (CLIC) was created after Bizzybody Enterprises and Professional Muse joined forces.
The businesses work and collaborate together to provide a creative think tank and solutions-based service that offers various services.
Bizzybody Enterprises offers business coaching, entrepreneurial prep, incorporation guidance, industrial advising, Elder and youth initiatives and programs, and administrative aspects of industrial safety.
Professional Muse offers curriculum and instructional design, training and facilitation, employment and essential skills training and coaching, copy and content writing, branding, strategic planning, editing, and cultural tourism development.
CLIC offers an artisan outlet, employment coaching and resume development, creative and cultural classes, cultural competency training, office and meeting facilities, as well as gathering, learning and collaborating space for new Canadians, Indigenous people, and the general public.
The three businesses not only collaborate together, but also hold each other accountable to a shared vision, mission, and values.
Their location is at 10511 100th Avenue in Fort St. John, next to Community Printers.
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