Lessons From Leaders

The Cure for Canada’s Mid-Sized Businesses

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BDC head Michael Denham on what the country's medium-sized firms must do to scale up

What You Really Need to Start a Business

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It's not necessarily experience, as the leader of one of Canada's Top New Growth Companies knows all too well

What It’s Like to Grow Up in the Family Business

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theScore founder John Levy explains what he's learned from a lifetime of working in—and working to transform—the company he was born into

The 3 Things You Need to Scale Successfully

PROFIT Business Cast

A serial entrepreneur and Canadian success story shares his tips for building a great idea into a booming business

What Skipping School Taught Me About Business

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Cutting class helped this founder learn some valuable lessons about entrepreneurialism and responsibility

The Leadership Lessons of Startup Canada’s Victoria Lennox

Startup Canada CEO Victoria Lennox. Photo: Startup Canada

"Entrepreneurs employ what’s really special and unique about themselves to create the future"

Michele Romanow’s Entrepreneurial Secret: Start Now, Fix Later

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The youngest Dragon in the Den didn't build five businesses by waiting for the perfect idea

The Success Secrets of GoodLife’s David Patchell-Evans

David Patchell-Evans at one of GoodLife’s hundreds of Canadian locations. Photo: GoodLife

How the founder of Canada's biggest fitness chain grew through commitment and smart choices

Lessons in Customer Care from a Service Legend

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Iconic hotelier Horst Schulze (of Ritz-Carlton fame) explains the simple changes any leader can make to foster great customer experiences

5 Killer Lessons from Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs

Shannon Rogers, Canada's Top Female Entrepreneur in 2011, 2014 and 2015 (Photo: Carlo Ricci)

To mark International Women's Day, we've gathered the best advice from past W100 winners