Innovation

5 Things Your Business Should Do During the Summer Slowdown

How to keep your organization efficient, productive and profitable in the "season of auto-reply"

The Problem With Trying to Solve All Your Problems Online

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Technology may allow teams to go virtual, but the best ideas are still produced by working face to face

Meet the Founder Bringing Venture Capital Thinking to Philanthropy

Epic Foundation founder and CEO Alexandra Mars. Photo: Roberto Caruso

Alexandre Mars' sixth venture is Epic Foundation, a do-gooding organization for the digital age

Why Wireless Charging is Starting to Break Into the Mainstream

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As electric cars gain popularity, consumers and businesses alike are craving cord-free power

Do You Know Your Company’s Story?

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You ought to. A good origin tale makes your business relatable to customers, which can drive major sales

Why Design Should Matter to You

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Canada’s savviest companies are using design principles to engage customers and boost profits. How to make it your competitive advantage

Is This the Future of the Online Shopping Cart?

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Jet.com is taking on Amazon by focusing on making consumers' buying behaviour more efficient instead of simply offering discounts

What Kid-Friendly Innovation Looks Like

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Oneiric co-founder Emily Rudow developed hockey pants that a five-year old can put on alone. How she did it

How to Reinvent a Traditional Family Business for the Modern Consumer

Noura Sakkijha of Mejuri Jewellery. Photo: Roberto Caruso

Third-generation jeweller Noura Sakkijha is dragging the industry into the digital age with Mejuri

What it Takes to Develop Really Amazing Products

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Four winners of the 2016 W100 ranking of Canada's Top Female Entrepreneurs on how they innovate

Why Canadian Tire is Trying to Reinvent the Print Catalogue

Canadian Tire CEO Michael Medline speaks during the company's annual general meeting in Toronto in May 2016. Photo: Nathan Denette/CP

The retailer just produced its first paper booklet in a decade. How it's updating this marketing staple

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