The Rural Entrepreneur: John Bragg

Donald J. Savoie

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The Rural Entrepreneur: John Bragg

The Force Behind Oxford Frozen Foods and Eastlink

  Author:   Donald J. Savoie    
  Publisher:  Nimbus Publishing

The long-awaited story of Maritime entrepreneur from bestselling, award-winning author of “Thanks for the Business“.

Oxford, Nova Scotia – population 1,190 – doesn’t spring to mind as a place to start or grow a business with a global reach. But don’t tell that to John Bragg. From humble beginnings, this deeply committed Maritimer has grown Oxford Frozen Foods into the world leader in harvesting, processing, and marketing wild blueberries.
He’s done the same with Eastlink Communications, which he launched as a modest cable television operation in a small Nova Scotia town; through acquisitions it has become the largest private cable company in Canada.
Bragg has all the instincts of an astute entrepreneur, and he brings these talents to all things, including his deep understanding of the challenges confronting rural Canada, where he is a true champion of rural development.
As told by award-winning author Donald J. Savoie, and featuring a dozen photos from Bragg’s personal archive, The Rural Entrepreneur: John Bragg is the story of a tremendous business success born and grown in the Maritimes – one that is sure to inspire the next generation of Maritime entrepreneurs.

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ISBN associated with this title: 9781771089951
Item NB1576
PublisherNimbus Publishing
PublisherNimbus Publishing
Published on September 23 2021
Language eng
Pages 280
Format Paperback
Dimensions9(in) x 6(in)
Shipping weight558(g)
Status ACTIVE TITLE
Donald J. Savoie holds the Canada Research Chair in Public Administration and Governance (Tier 1) at the Université de Moncton. He has won numerous awards, including the 2016 Donner Prize for What Is Government Good At? He has been made an Officer of the Order of Canada (1993), elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada (1992), and received eight honorary doctorates from Canadian universities.