This is part of a year-long ‘Love for Local’ series called NB365: portraits of New Brunswick entrepreneurs, businesses and organizations. Huddle is a media partner with Love for Local. Today, we hear from David Shin of Café C’est la Vie in Moncton.
I WENT INTO BUSINESS TO BE ABLE TO SUPPORT MY FAMILY. OPENING A CAFÉ HAS BEEN CHALLENGING, MOTIVATING, AND HAS PROVEN TO BE A PROFESSION I ENJOY THAT ALSO ALLOWS ME TO SUPPORT MYSELF AND MY LOVED ONES.
Café C’est la Vie then isn’t what it is now, and I hope it won’t be the same in a few years. I plan to expand and keep building on all the improvements I was able to bring to my business over the years.
Supporting local has always been important. The Café relies on local customers. I think it’s been demonstrated at length over the last few months how meaningful choosing local can be not only for the businesses but also for entire communities. I feel fortunate to be able to count on my community to support my business, my team, and my dream.