Success Stories

Exit Tips from an Entrepreneur Who Sold His Business—Twice

Tricks and tactics to help you attract an offer you can't refuse.

The Secret to Creativity is Collaboration

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Innovation expert Kevin Ashton explains why you don't need a genius to invent great new products

Building a Business from Forsaken Passions

TLink founder Derek Rucki (centre) with Canadian GSEA chair Steve Kearley (right) and Century 21 Real Estate Canada founder Peter Thomas. Photo: Jive Communications

Former golf prodigy from Calgary wins Canadian final of the Global Student Entrepreneurship Awards

A Meditation on Management

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A wellness entrepreneur shares the transcendental lessons she's learned while practicing yoga

How to Recover From a Near-Death Experience

PROFIT Business Cast

What Dig It Apparel learned from a disaster that left the company on the brink of failure. The second instalment of a special Voice of Entrepreneurs panel.

Entrepreneurship Is Harder than It Looks on TV

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Pop culture has finally woken up to the potential of business-starters. But entrepreneurship is all grit and no glamour.

Canada’s Harsh Winter Inspires These Immigrant Entrepreneurs

Neverfrost co-founders Chong Shen, left, and Khanjan Desai. Photo: Hannah Yooh/CP

Four foreign engineering students were tired of scraping ice off their windscreens. So they invented Neverfrost.

7 Questions with Jacquelyn Cyr


The serial entrepreneur on her new eco-first venture and the importance of happiness over profit

7 Questions with Bill Redfern

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The Halifax-based entrepreneur on the value of patience, franchise success and his new business.

How to Win the Biggest Investment in Dragons’ Den History

Morgan Carey of Real Estate Webmasters in his Nanaimo, B.C. office

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

The Secret to Making a Virtual Business Work

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

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