Innovation

Crowdsource: What Did You Learn in 2014?

We're looking for the best lessons you uncovered about your business, your employees and yourself as an entrepreneur

Meet the Woman Cleaning Up Oil and Gas

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Suzanne West believes it's not only possible to build an environmentally friendly oil company—it's necessary

Will Wearable Tech Revolutionize Your Business?

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Consumers are less than impressed with smart glasses and watches, but innovative companies are starting to get the potential

3 Ways to Disrupt a Crowded Market

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Want to launch something unique in a market that seems saturated? Try following these tips from a successful serial entrepreneur

Welcome to the Hoverboard Age

(Photo: "Hover board" by LoveBoat - Own work. Licensed under CC BY 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons)

A Silicon Valley startup is working to turn the futuristic, once-fictional mode of transport into consumer reality

The Secret World of Domain Names

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Online presence has never been more important, yet too few entrepreneurs understand what goes into getting a good domain name

Anatomy of a Winning Gimmick

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How B.C.-based window-washing franchisor Men in Kilts turned a one-off suggestion into an indelible brand (complete with eye-catching tartan and "No Peeking!" t-shirts)

Meet the 50 Best Small and Medium Employers in Canada

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The definitive 2015 list of organizations that have mastered the art of employee engagement

Why Modern Offices Need More Privacy

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Open-concept collaborative workspaces are great and all, but sometimes we benefit from a bit of alone time

7 Simple Ways to Improve Product Development

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Think your firm might be stuck in a rut? Here's how to make sure you're innovating in the best possible way

What it Takes to Beat Amazon

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Elastic Path founder Harry Chemko on the importance of creating really excellent ecommerce experiences

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