SARANAC LAKE — More than 10,000 business owners nearing retirement in the North Country, and new ones are hard to find, but the new Adirondack North Country Center for Businesses in Transition stands ready to help.
The unique collaboration of regional organizations and leaders aims to support existing business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs in developing successful business transition strategies.
Following its first gathering of lead partners and representatives at the Adirondack North Country Association office in Saranac Lake earlier this year, the center announced a slate of community liaisons, a monthly workshop series and other ways the group will share insights, skills and resources to assist local businesses in transition.
“I like to think of this program as an organic movement towards collaborative problem solving,” said Danielle Delaini, ANCA’s Business Transition program coordinator, in a press release.
“We’re tackling a national issue with a regional approach. The talent and expertise represented within this partnership will provide outreach and education strategies that are appropriate for North Country businesses.”
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