Young People Succeeding Here in Nova Scotia

September 10, 2013


(Dartmouth, N.S.) Today, Premier Darrell Dexter toured Ad-Dispatch, an innovative high-tech small business that is providing good jobs and helping make Nova Scotia a leader in digital technology. 


“Nathan Kroll is a creative and innovative small business owner who made the choice to start and grow his company right here in Nova Scotia,” said Dexter.


Ad-Dispatch provides a unique experience that brings virtual and real world experiences together for movies, TV, and mobile apps. Nathan provides 45 good, high-tech jobs that allow young people to stay and work in Nova Scotia.


“His entrepreneurial drive has helped make Nova Scotia a leader in digital technology and provides talented young people with the opportunity to work and put down roots here at home,” said the NDP Leader.


Ad-Dispatch has clients in cities like New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, and Chicago.


“In Nova Scotia we are fortunate to have a fantastic resource of talent on both the software development side and the 3D animation content creation side,” said Kroll.


“Our turnover is non-existent, our lifestyle is second to none and we have a provincial government that is very supportive.”


“Stephen McNeil and the Liberals refuse to fight for jobs and would allow good opportunities for young people go somewhere else,” said Dexter. “The NDP enhanced the digital media tax credit and introduced the Graduate Retention Rebate so more talented young people have good reasons to live and work in Nova Scotia.”


The NDP will: deliver better health care where and when people need it, fight for good jobs and stronger communities, keep the HST off home energy and take it off more family essentials, give our kids a better start, stand up for seniors, build the Maritime Link and keep the budget balanced to protect services for families.