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Why Gus* Modern Co-Founder Amanda Schuler Pivoted from Furniture to Skincare Many entrepreneurs will tell you that what they’re doing now is not what they initially set out to do. Making major professional changes—even mid- to late-career—can often lead to more fulfilling and successful outcomes. That’s what our series The Pivot ...
Maria Qamar on How She Turned her Passion for Art Into a Sustainable Career Toronto-based artist Maria Qamar started doodling during meetings while working as a copywriter. After posting her comic-book style illustrations of South Asian women on Instagram under the handle Hatecopy, she gained a following and attracted international attention. In March, the Museum ...
What Do Layoffs at Canadian Tech Companies Mean for the Industry? After a banner year for VC funding and valuations, rising interest rates and fears of a looming recession are forcing tech companies big and small to tighten their belts. Canadian fintech firm Wealthsimple laid off 159 employees on June 15, ...
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Five of the Best New Hotels to Visit During the Travel Renaissance In the earliest months of the pandemic, the international hotel industry hit a hard wall. Occupancy plummeted, layoffs ensued and only 53 per cent of all 2020 new hotel construction projects reached the finish line, with the rest deferred or ...
Shawn Mendes Is the Latest Gen Z Celeb to Prioritize Mental Health Over Work Canadian pop star Shawn Mendes is putting his work on pause. On Wednesday, he took to Instagram to announce he is cancelling the rest of his Wonder world tour to focus on his mental health. Earlier in July, the 23-year-old ...
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This Banker Retired at 38 to Run a Winery With His Family Many entrepreneurs will tell you that what they’re doing now is not what they initially set out to do. Making major professional changes—even mid- to late-career—can often lead to more fulfilling and successful outcomes. That’s what our series The Pivot ...
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Why This Entrepreneur Launched a Boozy Barbecue Sauce Business During the Pandemic Many entrepreneurs will tell you that what they’re doing now is not what they initially set out to do. Making major professional changes—even mid- to late-career—can often lead to more fulfilling and successful outcomes. That’s what our series The Pivot ...
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This Investment Specialist Made the Leap From Finance to Farming Many entrepreneurs will tell you that what they’re doing now is not what they initially set out to do. Making major professional changes—even mid- to late-career—can often lead to more fulfilling and successful outcomes. That’s what our series The Pivot ...
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This Corporate Director Quit Her Day Job and Created a Pea-Based Alcohol Many entrepreneurs will tell you that what they’re doing now is not what they initially set out to do. Making major professional changes—even mid- to late-career—can often lead to more fulfilling and successful outcomes. That’s what our series The Pivot ...
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Why This Marketing Pro Ditched His Nine-to-Five to Launch a Burger Brand Many entrepreneurs will tell you that what they’re doing now is not what they initially set out to do. Making major professional changes—even mid- to late-career—can often lead to more fulfilling and successful outcomes. That’s what our series The Pivot ...
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Workspace of the Month: Inside Toronto’s Bridge Bike Works In our Workspace series, CB is featuring interesting, smart-designed and one-of-a-kind spaces across Canada. From innovative home offices to out-of-the-box co-working spaces to unconventional setups—like this beauty company run out of a rural farmhouse—we are looking to showcase the most unique and ...
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How to Add Philanthropy to Your Business Model Vancouver-based eyewear retailer Clearly has no shortage of ambition when it comes to giving back. “About 2.7 billion people globally—including almost 2.5 million Canadians—suffer from uncorrected poor vision,” says Clearly CEO Arnaud Bussieres, who took the top job in 2018. ...

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