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How to Build an Innovation Superhub

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

3 Ways to Disrupt a Crowded Market

PROFIT Business Cast

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

Business Casual Has Become a Little Too Casual

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in his trademark hoodie. (Photo: Stephen Lam/Getty)

Millennials, take note: you need to earn the right to wear a hoodie in the boardroom

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

How to Get an MBA While Starting a Business

Entrepreneur and MBA grad Bryan Fedorak (Photo: Daniel Ehrenworth)

A growing number of Canadian MBA programs are mixing class time with hands-on entrepreneurship

Does The World Need Another Social Shopping Site?

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Toronto's Bestie wants to crack a crowded market with its curated buying platform. What will it need to succeed?

Confessions of a Bootstrapper

PROFIT Business Cast

One tech entrepreneur shares what he's learned about building a business with no outside money

Lose the Hype: Startups Aren’t the Only Innovators

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We fetishize tiny startups, but plenty of companies get big and keep their disruptive streak intact

An Expert View on the Future of Ecommerce

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Harry Chemko of Vancouver's Elastic Path talks expansion, funding and why Canadians are leading the online-shopping revolution

The 4 Things Canadian Startups Must Get Right

PROFIT Business Cast

A serial entrepreneur shares his thoughts on what separates successful young ventures from flops

What Every Entrepreneur Should Know at Startup

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It's not all sunshine and rainbows in the early days. Here are 4 hard-earned lessons from someone who's been through it

Readers Choice

Ian Bell’s first experience pitching CBC’s famous investors taught him what to do—and what not to do—the second time around

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