When Intellectual Property Matters More Than a Physical Product

Wearables company Nymi is competing with the likes of Samsung and Apple. Its survival strategy

Turning a Personal Pain Point into a Product

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Suncayr emerged out of Rachel Pautler's struggles with sunscreen. Now the Waterloo-based company is targeting the mass market

How to Foster Intrapreneurship at Your Firm

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Innovation shouldn't stop once you reach a certain size. Four ways to get your employees to think like entrepreneurs

When Long-Term Thinking Doesn’t Make Sense


Focusing on long-range goals can paralyze your team if they don’t know where to start. Try planning in sprints instead

Proof That 20% Time Can Work

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The founders of Eyeread developed their reading education app during their company's sanctioned innovation interval

How to Stay Creative as Your Company Grows


Don't lose the innovativeness that made you successful in the first place. Five things you should do

How Doing Good Can Make Your Business Better


Altruistic acts have helped Sage Canada hire and engage civic-minded employees

How Successful Subscription Services Create Repeat Customers


With tens (or hundreds) of thousands of members, these 10 companies have cracked the periodic pricing model

Why the Way You Bank is About to Change


Canadian fintech startups promise reduced fees, less paperwork and lower interest rates

Why Some Consumers Are Growing Crops Under Their Countertops

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Businesses are flocking to service the latest trend in healthy eating: in-home farming

Why You Should Send Your Kids to Entrepreneurship Camp

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Sprouter and BetaKit founder Sarah Prevette launches FDS to teach school students to innovate

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