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Treading through the muddy waters of M&A

It is hard to imagine someone else stepping in and taking over your team when you are at your peak. For 30 years I coached hockey teams and the first time I was fired I was devastated. I remember [...]

The 2018 retail showdown: Black Friday vs Boxing Day

Which of the Two Biggest Days for Sales will Reign Supreme? Lest you’ve been living an idyllic hunter-gatherer lifestyle in the northern reaches of this country, you’ve likely noticed the ascent [...]

Best practices to mitigate security threats

Your firewall is the first line of defense against security threats, but as you may already know, simply adding firewall devices to your network doesn’t ensure your network is secure; you need to [...]

Speaking with a Stacked Deck

The speaker sat at the head table, between the Chamber of Commerce president and the program director. Breakfast was almost over and both had asked many questions about his favourite subject, the [...]

How to Write Blog Posts That Get Read And Shared

Does your audience feel inspired to share or engage with your blog post after reading it? Learning how to write blog posts that get read and shared is essential to an effective content marketing [...]

Rewarding Your Customers

One of the first things I ask business owners when I meet them for the first time whether it is at a meeting, a mutual introduction or at a networking event is “Do you have a referral and reward [...]

North American Magento Websites at Risk From Hackers For Security Oversight

Security web scans and analysis on almost 74,000 Canadian and US Magento websites, the most popular e-commerce platform globally, reveal 79% are at risk from cyber criminals, according to leading [...]

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

By Angus Gillespie Since 1982, the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) has been the leading voice and the backbone for creating improved relationships between mainstream corporate [...]

What the Red Hat Acquisition Says About the Open Source Ecosystem

I’ve been working in open source for more than 12 years and never could have predicted the $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat by IBM. Frankly, it makes me concerned for the open source ecosystem. [...]

Who Said a CEO Can’t Ask for Help?

I remember my first coaching job as the head coach of a hockey team in Dollard des Ormeaux, Quebec. It was 1986. The team was made up of players between the ages of fifteen and sixteen years old. [...]

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