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With Cloud Technology, Sky’s the Limit for Canadian Businesses ‘The cloud’ once posed a complex evolution in the story of internet technology—confusing those accustomed to traditional infrastructure and leaving skeptics uncertain of its true potential. Today, clo ...
VC Funds Are Dominated by Men. These Women-Led Firms Are Trying to Change That When Bobbie Racette was raising her first round of funding for her virtual assistant start-up, she got shot down approximately 170 times. Racette started as the first assistant in 2016 when she lost h ...
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What went down at CB’s Thought Leadership Panel on Hollywood North In partnership with Greybrook, Canadian Business has explored Canada’s appeal on the global stage through intimate and engaging thought leadership panels. These discussions have unpacked the country’s ...
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How Allbirds Co-Founder Tim Brown Went from Pro Sports to Sustainable Shoes 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 ...
Cisco’s Fast Future Innovation Awards is Accelerating Canadian Innovation, Returning for 2022 An innovative idea is like a ripple in an ocean: given the right push, it can become a tidal wave. That’s something Mathieu Lachaîne, the Chief Technology Officer of Montreal-based smart-building-tech ...
Has LinkedIn Become Too Personal? In May, Adam Greenberg, the CEO of Vancouver-based software company MakeShift, hit publish on a LinkedIn post that, if only for a few days, made him a LinkedIn influencer.  
Greenberg was insp ...
Why These Brands’ “Grey” Campaigns Miss the Mark The brands are at it again. This time, they’re going grey.
After Lisa LaFlamme was ousted from her anchor role at CTV National News after nearly 35 years at the network, two brands in particular to ...
Looking To Make Some Extra Cash From Your House? There’s a Platform for That When Los Angeles-based Bunim Laskin was growing up, all he wanted was a swimming pool. By the time he was in his 20s, he figured out a way to get one: When a neighbour was complaining about the cost o ...
Move Aside Quiet Quitting—Quiet Firing Is the Latest Workplace Trend As “quiet quitting”—which is actually just doing the job you were hired for and not going above and beyond—gains traction among Gen Z workers, so has the concept of “quiet firing.” The topic is sparki ...
How to Tell Your Boss You’re Experiencing Burnout Welcome to CB’s work-advice column, Ask Avery, featuring Avery Francis, founder of workplace design consultancy Bloom. Each month, Francis will answer reader questions on topics that affect our a ...
‘I Had to Park My Ego’: How Spin Master Co-Founder Anton Rabie Built a Multi-Billion-Dollar... Anton Rabie started his toy business, Spin Master, fresh out of university with his friends Ronnen Harary and Ben Varadi. The company grew from a single product to a global toy and entertainment compa ...
Why Tickets for Upcoming Concerts Are So Pricey If you’ve been to a live show recently, chances are you were hit with sticker shock—and not just from $15 beer. As of late June, music fans paid an average of US$108 for a ticket to one of the 1 ...

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