Features » February 18

Manufacturing: Still The Primary Driver Of The Nation’s Economy

The rapid advancement of artificial intelligence, innovative technologies are reshaping the way humans live and the work they do. Keep in mind, we are still at the very early stages of this [...]

CES 2018 Trending: Insuring the Smart New World

For the past seven years now, I’ve made an annual pilgrimage to CES in Las Vegas to learn all about the latest research in technology and how it is being integrated into new consumer products. [...]

Is Your Business Ready For Disruption in the Food Industry?

In John Huston’s cult classic Wise Blood, the main character preaches, “Where you come from is gone, where you thought you were going to was never there.” This quote perfectly describes the state [...]

Personal Pension Plans: A Powerful Solution for Highly Taxed Business Owners and Incorporated Professionals

Many business owners and professionals have used their corporations as a vehicle for saving for their retirement. However, the new tax measures proposed by the Minister of Finance in July 2017 [...]

When is the Right Time to Sell your Business?

With the economy expanding in Canada, many owners are wondering if this is the year to consider selling the business. In most of the major regions of Canada there are five specific reasons why it [...]

A $1 Trillion Opportunity Disrupt RRSP Apathy; Action & Investment Fueling Social Innovation

Environmental, Social & Governance change harnessed via untapped resource to boost social innovation/enterprise sector; injecting significant catalyst dollars into our economy. How might we [...]

How Toronto’s Rental Restrictions will help Hoteliers

The proliferation of online property rental platforms such as Airbnb, HomeAway and VRBO, have made short-term rentals easy for both travellers and hosts. However, has put residents in big cities [...]

How Are You Showing Up To Your Customers?

Even if I am just walking down the street, going into businesses or sitting on a subway, I am always on the lookout for how businesses are ‘showing up’ to their clients or prospective clients. I [...]

Are You Doing Enough to Care for your People?

Take care of your people and your people will take care of your customers. Nothing could be truer for a company in today’s marketplace. For over 30 years as a hockey coach my job was to guide my [...]

Do You Go to Work While Sick?

How many employees in your company come to work coughing, sneezing and aching all over every day? Going to work when sick, is a persistent problem at more than half of Canadian and U.S. [...]