By : Samuelle Duplessis
Last June, two of our sustainable business strategy advisors, Francesca Rios and Samuelle Duplessis, had the chance to visit the underside of the SCARO workshop by Caroline Arbour, Jeweler. SCARO participated in our last cohort of Réacteur48 with the aim of developing its market. With views of Western Canada and a presence in France, Caroline Arbor is a rising star in the economic development of SMEs in the region.
Our team was dazzled by his work as well as his distinct style inspired by Abitibi. Her jewelry reflects the beauty of nature and the riches of our environment.
It now opens its doors to the general public by offering them a space where they can discover the profession of jeweler and its creations. People will be able to observe her work and understand the process of creating jewelry. From the small mobile boutique to the pergola, where it is good to gather, the jeweler has once again painted her colors on the map of Abitibi-Témiscamingue. This new tourist attraction will allow Madame Arbor to organize events and evenings where artisans from the region can gather and discuss their creation and the evolution of the world of the arts. We wish him success!
For more information on SCARO by Caroline Arbour, jeweller: https://scaro.ca/fr/.
It is a dynamic development program offered in group or individual format and allowing a reassessment of its positioning, marketing and export strategy. Based on a three-step approach – REFLECTION, ACTION and PROPULSION.
48e Nord International
48e Nord International is a dynamic and present team for companies wishing to lead their activities towards sustainable business development and thus achieve their objectives. Its services are aimed at companies established in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue territory and companies in the mining sector in Quebec.
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