How to Reinvent a Traditional Family Business for the Modern Consumer

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

What it Takes to Develop Really Amazing Products


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

The Big Benefits of Taking Your Business Virtual

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Who needs an office? Cabinetry retailer Doordoer does all its selling online, and founder Alain Albert runs his company the same way

How to Design a Product That Still Has Appeal 60 Years Later

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This rugged Canadian classic radiates durability—in bubble gum pink or any other colour

When Imposing a Deadline Could Backfire

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Certain kinds of work don't lend themselves to hard targets. How to get your people to produce their best work without wasting time

How to Come Up With Bold New Takes on Everyday Products

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Winnipeg-based furniture maker EQ3 taps up-and-coming talent to create compelling new ideas

What Makes Contracts Easier to Understand

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Beagle uses artificial intelligence to clarify legal documents. How founder Cian O'Sullivan came up with the idea and how it could help you

How to Get More from Your SR&ED Claim


You're leaving money on the table if you don't take full advantage of the federal government's massive tax credit program

What’s Next for Canadian Innovation?

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in a virtual reality demonstration at the new Google Canada Development headquarters in Kitchener, Ont., in January 2016. Photo: Nathan Denette/CP

Stakeholders, startups and policymakers must work together to build on a banner year for the country’s tech sector. Watch for these trends and developments in 2016

What Most CEOs Get Wrong About Innovation


Too many bosses unintentionally discourage the best ideas from coming forward. Thankfully, there's a better way

Why Machines Aren’t Management Material Yet

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Artificial intelligence is making huge strides, but it can’t replace the real work of managing people

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W100 winner Mandy Rennehan of Freshco needs a workforce that is both personable and technically adept. Here’s what she does to get it

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