Bruce Grant, QC, discusses importance of supporting local arts communities for Business & Arts Newfoundland & Labrador article
Business and Arts Newfoundland and Labrador recently interviewed St. John’s partner Bruce Grant, QC, on the importance of being a supporter of the arts within his local community, and more specifically, what it means for Stewart McKelvey.
Bruce explains that, “our association with the arts allows us to access other communities within our community.” In addition to continuing to build connections with leaders from the business and government realm, it also gives the firm an opportunity to create and foster strong relationships with those from other social groups. As the chair of the Newman Sound Men’s Choir, Bruce knows that, by supporting the arts, it can open many doors for businesses and is a “win/win proposition.”
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