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Reach Business Schools: What to Know, How to Get In | Top Business Schools

If you’re self-conscious about any portion of your MBA application or nervous about how you will perform under pressure during an admissions interview, you’re not alone. “First, there are no perfect candidates and you are in good company if you are worried about aspects of the application,” Melissa Rapp, associate dean of graduate admissions at …

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Nadeau-Dubois warns Montreal business audience about risks of climate inaction

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Québec solidaire co-spokesperson also promised $1.6 billion for the construction and renovation of schools in the province. Author of the article: La Presse Canadienne Stephane Blais Publishing date: Sep 29, 2022 • 17 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation “The real economic question is not to …

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Five founders on how they met their business partner

Building up a company is a long-term commitment. Many even compare the partnerships between cofounders to marriage. One critical factor in choosing a cofounder is ascertaining whether you have professional chemistry. It’s a complex assessment that an entire industry has sprung up to help solve, from Y Combinator’s co-founder matching service to startups like MVP …

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Will the offline shoppers return? Two ‘destination’ retailers hope so

As much as the online world of retail is enticing, it can’t replace the joys of a road trip and an old-fashioned shopping experience. This is especially true for two retailers in Eastern Ontario — Kilborn’s on the Rideau, a department store in Newboro, and Seasons of Westport, a boutique selling women’s fashion and accessories. …

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Elections of Directors and Shareholder Proposals: Amendments to the Canada Business Corporations Act Which Came Into Force on August 31, 2022 | Knowledge

Entry Into Force The amendments made by Bill C-25 (PDF), An Act to amend the Canada Business Corporations Act, the Canada Cooperatives Act, the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act, and the Competition Act (the “amendments”), which received Royal Assent on May 1, 2018, came into force on August 31, 2022. The amendments introduce significant changes to …

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Trends to watch at Natural Products Expo East

PHILADELPHIA — More than 1,200 brands are slated to exhibit at Natural Products Expo East at the Pennsylvania Convention Center Sept. 28-Oct. 1. The event, hosted by Informa Markets’ New Hope Network, is expected to draw more than 20,000 attendees. Ahead of the show, a panel discussed trends and new products to watch during an …

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Retirement-aged women are coming up with creative ways to supplement their income

Podcaster, house-sitter and retirement coach Jacquie Doucette, photographed in Vancouver, has pursued several different lines of business since retiring from the public service.Maggie Naylor Jacquie Doucette was looking for a way to travel affordably following her official retirement from the Canadian public service. So, the Ottawa area resident joined an international network of house- and …

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Now is The Best Time to Start a Business. Here’s Why.

Opinions expressed by entrepreneur contributors are their own. The pandemic came into this world unexpectedly and changed the way society operates. Every company has had to evolve in some way, a testament to the “survival of the fittest” theory. Now, it’s time to adapt to a post-COVID-19 world. It’s easier than ever to start small …

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Wrestling with Legacy in a Family Business

Legacy is an intangible, invisible force that affects the decision making of the next generation in a family business. Psychologists call the motivation to build legacy generativity, and it stems from the concern for the welfare, well-being, and security of future generations. Developing and sustaining legacy is a way for family members to perpetuate the …

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