Meet the Olympic Star With Startup Ambitions

Swimmer Michael Phelps is the latest celebrity looking to get into the tech world, but will he soar like Dr. Dre or sink like Curt Schilling?

Is Atlantic Canada the Country’s Next Tech Hub?


The young people of the eastern provinces shouldn't have to leave to find jobs, says one executive. Why you might want to set up shop near them

What You Can Learn About Modern Business From Loblaw

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The grocery giant illustrates that every company is becoming a software company. How it developed a knack for predicting—and shaping—Canadians’ retail habits

The New Way to Pay Your Employees

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No worker likes waiting two weeks to get paid. With new tech and growing demand, daily cash outs may soon be common

What It Takes to Build a Better Product in a Crowded Space

Ray Taaeb, CEO and Co-founder of Casalova, is making the renting process simpler and better for landlords and tenants

Ray Taaeb explains how Casalova developed a simplified renting process for stressed-out landlords and tenants

Lessons From the Dragons: The Refined Art of Trend Hopping

Bartesian's Bryan Fedorak and Ryan Close pitch the Dragons on CBC's Dragons' Den

A couple of tasty pitches and an idea in search of a foundation on Dragons' Den Season 11 Episode 2

Lessons From the Dragons: Focus on the Fundamentals


Joe Mimran explains why this pitch sparked a bidding war on the Season 11 premiere of Dragons' Den

Why Blackberry’s Bold Pivot is the Right Move

A person uses a Blackberry bold mobil phone in Kingston, Ontario on June 28, 2012.

By ditching its handset line, the Canadian smartphone maker shows it has a mindset for success—rather like a successful startup

Secrets of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Company


The remarkable story of how a technophilic car salesman from Salmon Arm, B.C., created a website, changed the way Canadians buy vehicles and built the No. 1 company on the 2016 PROFIT 500—Canada Drives

The Growth Secrets of Canada’s Hottest Startup CEO Roger Hardy and founder Sean Clark at the footwear retailer and STARTUP 50 topper’s Vancouver head office

With STARTUP 50 winner, Roger Hardy and Sean Clark are once again working to build the perfect e-commerce company, one big, bold, potentially risky but possibly lucrative step at a time

PROFIT 500 2016: Canada’s Fastest-Growing Information Technology Companies

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Meet the 49 industry firms that made our annual list of rapidly-expanding businesses

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