Visionary Leadership + Strategy + Plan +
McNair gets involved with people who have vision; a vision of a better future for their community, their region, their enterprise or their institution; a vision of growth and prosperity, and a more successful future. These people take on dynamic opportunities that include a variety of stakeholders, innovative delivery approaches and complex risk management plans. These are Transformational Projects that prepare you for the future.
Capital Expansion. Community Infrastructure. First Nation Wind Energy. Campus Renewal. Resource Development. Agency Startup. Program Divestiture. Private/Public Project Development. Private/Public Cost Benefit. We’ve done all this and more.
Strategic Business Investments
Business Owner + Opportunity + Investment + Execution=Outcomes
McNair understands Saskatchewan companies because we are a Saskatchewan company and invest and work throughout the province. We become trusted advisors to business owners (and often their management teams) wanting their companies to grow because they see new opportunity. We help business owners with decisions around Strategic Business Investments. We serve as a Business Development Partner and can source Private Equity as well as work with financiers.
Company Acquisition. Enter New Market. Negotiate International Agreement. Facilitate Joint Venture. Sale of Non-Strategic Venture. Business Divestiture. Buyout of Partner. Establish New Operating Company. Financing and Corporate Restructuring. Interim CEO and Executive Management. We’ve done all this and more.
McNair Business Development Inc. is very pleased and honoured to be celebrating our 20th anniversary in 2016. Being in business for 20 years truly speaks to the dedication and hard work put in to helping the province grow and prosper. The event will be held in late September with live, local musicians, local food from a Regina favourite and Saskatchewan-brewed beer. If you are interested in attending the event please e-mail Alex at amcnair @ mcnair.ca
The College Avenue Campus revitalization took another step forward on Monday night as the City of Regina Council approved giving 2.6 acres of Wascana Centre authority land adjacent to Darke Hall. McNair is happy to see our client's initiatives succeed and transformational change happen.
McNair has been working with the University of Regina over the past several years to help with the continued effort to move forward the renovations of their College Avenue Campus. On Friday, it was announced that the Federal government would be contributing $27.6 million to the project.
Congratulations! We look forward to seeing the vision become a reality.
McNair is proud of our work with First Nations and our relationship with Kawacatoose First Nation (KFN) goes back a long ways. When KFN first purchashed their business, McNair played a role in stabilizing its operations and supported their primary investigation and discussions with Moose Jaw regarding the creation of the urban reserve in Moose Jaw. We are proud that the vision and the efforts of KFN have paid off.
McNair is pleased with our role in this project including with the business case and our role in the strategy for partnerships and engagement and procurement.