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How to Win the Biggest Investment in Dragon’s Den History

Morgan Carey of Nanaimo's Real Estate Webmasters on his business strategy and post-Den plans

How to Recover from an Overseas PR Disaster

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A ruined reputation isn't just for big companies. You need to know what to do before something or someone threatens your firm's good name abroad

There’s No Such Thing as Work-Life Balance

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Trying to separate your job and personal time completely just isn't worth the effort. A little overlap isn't can make you happier and more productive.

The Secret to Making a Virtual Business Work

Sandra Oliver[2]

Sandra Oliver discovered that many busy executives don't have time to meet with coaching professionals, so her coaches mentor them remotely

Is Your Organizational Model Stuck in the Dark Ages?

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Traditional corporate structures rarely get the best out of employees. Serial entrepreneur Suzanne West shares her highly successful business model.

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Marketplace lenders are already popular in the U.S. Borrowell hopes the concept can work in Canada.

The New Frontier in 3D Printing

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The technology can now reproduce human organs—and Canadian businesses are leading the way

How to Build an Innovation Superhub

Arvind Gupta

UBC's new president Arvind Gupta feels universities and businesses need to work together. And he has a plan for how to make it happen

Will This Company Save the Book Business?

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40 million North Americans own e-readers, but most still like print, too. It's the sweet spot BitLit hopes to capitalize on

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

How to Corner a Niche Market Today

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Toronto-based Pochetti is aiming to meet surging demand for both subscription services and formal pocket squares. Here's a look at its go-to-market strategy

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