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Sustaining an Entrepreneurial Spirit in Your Family Business

The idea of ​​generational decline in family businesses is nothing new. The old adage “shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in three generations” seems to exist in one form or another in many cultures and languages. The common assumption is that the decline is driven by a generation gap of sorts, where successive generations become less motivated, and …

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Downtown ecosystem changes as office workers continue to stay home

Many downtown office workers could permanently trade their commutes and cubicles for remote work and virtual meetings, which has sparked a change in the downtown Ottawa ecosystem that has relied on their business for decades. The COVID-19 pandemic turned the downtown into a ghost town for a long while, and as people slowly return to …

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Trulioo to cut up to 10 percent of staff, exit small business market

Vancouver-based unicorn plans to focus on medium and large enterprises. Global online identity verification firm Trulioo plans to lay off five to 10 percent of its staff as part of its decision to stop selling to small businesses. Trulioo confirmed to BetaKit that has laid off 24 people this month in Canada, and expects …

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Which is better for your business?

For many companies, their first foray into networked and shared data storage comes with the deployment of their first network-attached storage system. NAS offers a logical and relatively painless transition from server- and client-based storage with processes and operations familiar to the most popular server OSes — Windows and a variety of Linux distributions. …

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‘Pretty rough’: Business impacted by roadwork on Mississaga St.

Despite the short-term issues, enterprises in the area look forward to the finished project; ‘I’m glad that it’s happening,’ says manager of local business Road reconstruction near the waterfront is not particularly appetizing to a restorer in the area. Studabakers Beachside owner Joe Winacott estimates business is down 18-20 per cent compared to the same …

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John Ivison: Now is CRTC’s chance to tell CBC to get out of the advertising business

Breadcrumb Trail Links NP Comment Canadian Politics The CRTC is unlikely to get to the root of the problem, which is that the taxpayer-funded national public broadcaster sees itself as a publicly funded commercial corporation Get the latest from John Ivison straight to your inbox Sign Up Publishing date: Sep 23, 2022 • 1 day …

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Sudbury mining companies adapt in the age of change

Mining executives talk of recruiting struggles, the need for workforce diversity and how the industry has a worthwhile story to tell Change and adaptation are constants in any business. Three senior mining executives, including the heads of Sudbury’s two major mining companies, spoke at length at the Maintenance, Engineering and Mine Operators conference in Sudbury …

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Imperial College London: inside the university that is in the business of studying | Education

deep inside Imperial’s South Kensington campus, teams of current and former students are tapping away on laptops, running businesses and sharing ideas. There’s a company using sailboats to gather data to chart weather patterns, another providing AI-powered, low-cost tutoring, one with an innovative way to weigh chickens, and another dreaming up ways to hand over …

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Sault College grad looks for new approach to Indigenous business

Indigenous people don’t need ‘environmental colonials’ to speak for them on resource development, says JP Gladu The onset of the pandemic threw a great many Canadians out of work. Even JP Gladu, one of Canada’s most visible Indigenous business leaders, was lumped into the mix. He was laid off before he even started a new …

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