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Don’t Talk About Your 2018 Plans

Entrepreneurs don’t usually worry about other people’s point of view. They follow their own vision regardless of others’ opinions, always act boldly, enjoy taking risks and can identify and seize [...]

How Are You Showing Up To Your Customers?

As always, even if I am just walking down the street, or sitting on a subway, I am on the lookout for how businesses are ‘showing up’ to their clients or prospective clients. I see too many [...]

Do Your Social Media Profiles Create An Immediate Impact?

First impressions are everything in this world, especially online. You have seconds to make a connection with a brand new prospect before they size you up and move on. When I work with my [...]

Buckle up – Turbulence Ahead

Michael Kavanagh is Senior Manager with Ariem, a firm that specializes in advising small and medium sized businesses to improve operations, grow and increase profitability. Last summer, after a [...]

Canada’s Silicon Valley The Vital Importance of Advancing The Toronto-Waterloo Tech Corridor

Driverless vehicles, artificial intelligence and the continuation of the advancement of technological innovation – at what seems to be progressing at the speed of light – makes it absolutely [...]

Canada’s Economy is Booming But will it Last?

Boom! Canada hit 4.5% growth in the second quarter after a torrid 3.7% expansion in Q1. Sounds like growth in India, not a sleepy advanced economy. As a result, Canada’s deficit is lower than [...]

The Fundamental Skill Canadian Business Can Improve

In hockey, skating on ice is a skill that fundamentally hasn’t changed in more than a century. The objective of skating is to get from one point to another as fast as you can, while maintaining [...]

How to Build Trust in a Post-Trust World

Marketers are facing unprecedented levels of skepticism in today’s media landscape. With the proliferation of fake news, cyberattacks threatening consumers’ data security, and increasing concern [...]

New Approaches to Financing Infrastructure

As pressure continues to mount on governments to finance economic growth and, in particular, infrastructure projects with substantial price tags, governments and commercial banks are becoming [...]

International Capital Market Fragmentation – The Risks Are Real

The 2008 global financial crisis, setting in train financial bankruptcies and causing credit markets to seize, shook the global financial system to its core. In response, the G20 tasked the [...]

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