We want Edmonton to be the best possible environment for local entrepreneurs, making it easier and faster to thrive and grow.

The Edmonton Made program strives to enhance the exposure of local businesses by sharing stories of Edmonton-made businesses and entrepreneurs, creating a collaborative brand to represent our homegrown businesses, connecting entrepreneurs to resources that can help them scale, and creating opportunities for exposure through City of Edmonton and EEDC initiatives.

Habitat Etc. brings beautiful, small batch, unique products from local and North American brands to the customer, and aims to build community by hosting workshops and events with local makers.

Credo Coffee started in 2009 to provide a space for people to gather, connect and communicate, and sparked a resurgence of community coffee shops in downtown Edmonton.

Tomnuk Design is an internationally acclaimed industrial design studio that has created custom products for ATB Financial and Kit & Ace, as well as a collection of home accessories and products for consumers to enjoy.

Edmonton Made is a collaborative program led by Edmonton Economic Development in partnership with the City of Edmonton, built on a common desire to help our local businesses realize long-term sustainability.

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Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Edmonton Startup, Jobber, Opens Toronto Office to Keep Pace with Global Growth

Jobber, the software platform that helps home service businesses be more successful, announced the opening of its Toronto, Canada office to support the rapid growth of its global customer base.

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Case Studies

Canada’s Marijuana Industry is Coming

With the Government of Canada having put forward its framework for the legalization of recreational cannabis, cities across the country will be looking to capitalize on the marijuana economy and its associated jobs, investment, and tax revenue. Edmonton will be no different, and it’s about time we started thinking strategically about how to make our mark in this new industry.

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