Business Consultation and Funding Opportunities
Last fall, CJNU 93.7, Winnipeg’s Nostalgia Radio station, had an open house to celebrate their move into new studio space at the Richardson Building at the corner of Portage and Main.
But that’s not all CJNU had to celebrate.
The new digs were just part of the changes happening at the non-profit community radio station.
“We were looking for some business planning assistance and additional funding assistance,” says Bill Perlmutter, CJNU’s Treasurer. “We needed to work on a funding proposal.”
After working with a SEED Business consultant, CJNU was able to develop a successful business model and tap into funding options with both Assiniboine Credit Union and the Winnipeg Foundation.
“We were able to hire our first paid employee,” says Perlmutter. “We were also better organized and able to improve overall operations.”
We were looking for some business planning assistance and additional funding assistance