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    • 4.9 • 9 Ratings

Finally, a national podcast company that creates an active online community for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs so they can stay connected locally and to let the world know how Entrepreneurs in Canada make things happen.

    Spring Cleaning your Finances

    Spring Cleaning your Finances

    In this video interview, Kelley Keehn, founder of Money Wise Workplaces, discusses why it’s important to spring clean your finances.
    Keehn talks about what people need to toss, what they need to keep and what they need to get as well as some strategies for people feeling the pain of rising costs these days.
    Keehn is a  founder, author, speaker, and media personality with over 25 years of experience in personal finance education. She’s passionate about transforming financial stress into workplace success, helping individuals and organizations thrive.
    As the founder of Money Wise Workplaces, her team has created a comprehensive Canadian platform and live events that ease financial stress, boost loyalty and productivity, and support employees’ financial well-being. Its platform features 100+ video lessons, webinars, and financial experts, including her, who deliver engaging and practical advice on topics such as budgeting, saving, investing, debt, retirement, and more.
    She’s also a best-selling author of several books, including Talk Money to Me, Rich Girl, Broke Girl, and The Woman’s Guide to Money, which have received international recognition and praise. Keehn is a renowned speaker who has delivered keynote presentations and workshops to audiences across Canada and the world. She’s a media personality who has appeared on various TV and radio shows, podcasts, and magazines, sharing her insights and tips on financial literacy and empowerment.
    Keehn’s mission is to redefine workplace financial wellness, and to help employers and employees create a culture of financial confidence and abundance.
    Mario Toneguzzi is Managing Editor of Canada’s Podcast. He has more than 40 years of experience as a daily newspaper writer, columnist, and editor. He was named in 2021 as one of the Top 10 Business Journalists in the World by PR News – the only Canadian to make the list. He was also named by RETHINK to its global list of Top Retail Experts 2024.
    About Us
    Canada’s Podcast is the number one podcast in Canada for entrepreneurs and business owners. Established in 2016, the podcast network has interviewed over 600 Canadian entrepreneurs from coast-to-coast.
    With hosts in each province, entrepreneurs have a local and national format to tell their stories, talk about their journey and provide inspiration for anyone starting their entrepreneurial journey and well- established founders.
    The commitment to a grass roots approach has built a loyal audience on all our social channels and YouTube – 500,000+ lifetime YouTube views, 200,000 + audio downloads, 35,000 + average monthly social impressions, 10,000 + engaged social followers and 35,000 newsletter subscribers. Canada’s Podcast is proud to provide a local, national and international presence for Canadian entrepreneurs to build their brand and tell their story.
    businessCanada's Number One Podcast for Entrepreneurs #entrepreneurs #entrepreneurship #Finances #Money #smallbusiness

    • 14 min
    On a mission to reshape the pretzel experience - Calgary - Canada's Podcast

    On a mission to reshape the pretzel experience - Calgary - Canada's Podcast

    Ashley Ehmann is the Co-Founder of TWIGZ Pretzels. Formally trained as a teacher, she enjoys the daily unique challenges that entrepreneurship brings. Ashley is passionate about building community, and is excited about using TWIGZ to empower others, and grow the brand into a household name across Canada.
    Entrepreneurs are the backbone of Canada’s economy. To support Canada’s businesses, subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.
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    • 17 min
    True innovation springs from unwavering dedication - Vancouver - Canada's Podcast

    True innovation springs from unwavering dedication - Vancouver - Canada's Podcast

    Meet Matt Dee, an unconventional serial entrepreneur propelled by innovation with a self-taught mastery in sales, marketing, and design. He's left an indelible mark, notably shaping the credit card payment system in the early 2000's that we still use today, thriving in diverse ventures from early car sales from his parents driveway to professional music. Currently, he's on the verge of launching a pioneering boat rental business alongside an adult card game concept, fueled by renewed determination. Despite recent setbacks, he finds solace in nature and draws strength from his close-knit circle. Matt Dee embodies resilience, showcasing the transformative power of passion and perseverance in the entrepreneurial journey. His story is a beacon of inspiration, reminding us that setbacks are merely stepping stones on the path to success, and true innovation springs from unwavering dedication and an unyielding spirit.
    Entrepreneurs are the backbone of Canada’s economy. To support Canada’s businesses, subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.
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    • 33 min
    Luxury Home Buying Shifting into High Gear - Toronto - Canada's Podcast

    Luxury Home Buying Shifting into High Gear - Toronto - Canada's Podcast

    In this video interview, Samantha Villiard, Regional Vice President, RE/MAX Canada, discusses the real estate company’s latest luxury home market report.
    Samantha Villiard
    FULL PRESS RELEASE TORONTO, April 2, 2024 /CNW/ — With the end of quantitative tightening in sight, luxury home-buying activity in most markets across the country are slowly shifting into high gear as buyers reap the benefits of softer housing values, according to a report released today by RE/MAX Canada.
    RE/MAX Canada’s 2024 Spotlight on Luxury Report examined luxury home-buying activity in 10 markets across the country in the first two months of the year and found that, despite a disconnect between buyers looking for deals and sellers’ price expectations, almost all regions reported a strong start to the year. Ninety per cent of markets experienced an increase in high-end sales, with more than two-thirds recording double-digit growth. Saskatoon led the country in terms of percentage increases, with a 57-per-cent uptick in luxury home sales, followed by Montreal at almost 56 per cent and Calgary at 52 per cent. Edmonton posted a 32-per-cent increase in luxury sales year-over-year, while Winnipeg, Halifax, Toronto and London reported increases of 19.4 per cent, 16.7 per cent, 14.4 per cent, and 9.4 per cent respectively. Only Ottawa saw a decline compared to year-ago levels, with sales down nearly eight per cent.
    “While figures remain off peak levels reported during Covid, the upswing in luxury sales signal a return to overall health in the country’s major centres,” according to RE/MAX Canada President Christopher Alexander. “The ripple effect is already underway, with stronger home-buying activity at lower price points pushing sales into the upper end. In some cities where inventory levels are particularly challenging at the lower end, multiple offers have returned with a vengeance. While that isn’t the case at the top end, pent-up demand does exist, and activity is gaining momentum.”
    Lower overall values, strong equity gains and downward trending interest rates are supporting demand for luxury product including freehold and condominium properties in markets across the country. While a disconnect is somewhat hampering activity in larger markets, with sellers holding out for Covid-era values and buyers seeking bargains, those serious about making moves are finding common ground. An ample supply of product exists in most markets, although some neighbourhoods are experiencing exceptionally low inventory levels at sought-after price points. An influx of fresh, new properties in the spring will renew buyer interest and activity, but chronic supply issues will likely persist at the entry level to luxury.
    “Equity continues to play a significant role in the marketplace, driving demand at the top end of the market,” explains Alexander. “Although overall gains have been elusive in recent years, a good percentage of buyers who purchased in 2018 and 2019 are well positioned to make their next moves. For example, in the Greater Toronto market, buyers who purchased homes at an average price in 2018 saw equity rise by almost 43 per cent by the end of 2023 ($787,842/$1,126,591). These buyers are coming to the table with a larger downstroke and reduced risk from a lending perspective.”
    Luxury home-buying activity is also undergoing change as a younger demographic moves into the upper end of the market. Demand is strongest for newer, well-appointed homes in traditional hot pockets. Turnkey properties are most coveted, although there are some buyers that are willing to renovate. The desire for more space and less congestion is once again an emerging trend, as acreage properties boasting large homes in suburban-rural or rural areas experience an upswing in popularity in London, Ottawa, Edmonton and Saskatoon. Building activity is also making a comeback, with new construction and infill on the rise in half of all markets examined.
    Some luxury buy

    • 6 min
    Persevering through tough times - Calgary - Canada's Podcast

    Persevering through tough times - Calgary - Canada's Podcast

    Mark Freeland is the Founder and Distiller of Two Rivers Distillery. He graduated from the class of '99 from the University of Saskatchewan with a double major in History and Archaeology. Freeland spent 18 years in upper management/ executive positions in the fast-paced Calgary residential construction industry. He also has experienced 38 years as a part-time professional musician with the pinnacle of achievement being as a member of the Canadian recording act Zuckerbaby.
    Entrepreneurs are the backbone of Canada’s economy. To support Canada’s businesses, subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.
    Want to stay up-to-date on the latest #entrepreneur podcasts and news? Subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter

    • 25 min
    Emerging Tech Trends 2024 - Calgary - Canada's Podcast

    Emerging Tech Trends 2024 - Calgary - Canada's Podcast

    In today’s evolving technological landscape, businesses must adapt swiftly to harness new opportunities and remain relevant. In a special report, Mastercard explores tech trends poised to reshape commerce over the next three to five years.
    Darrell MacMullin
    Advances in three areas — artificial intelligence, computational power and data technology — are converging to propel these trends forward. As they spur innovation, technology will become more intuitive, interactive, immersive and embedded in our daily lives — with significant implications for finance, retail and other sectors.
    In this video interview, Darrell MacMullin, Senior Vice President, Product and Platform, for Mastercard, discusses the key findings from the report.
    The full report can be found here.
     
     
     
    Mario Toneguzzi
    Mario Toneguzzi is Managing Editor of Canada’s Podcast. He has more than 40 years of experience as a daily newspaper writer, columnist, and editor. He was named in 2021 as one of the Top 10 Business Journalists in the World by PR News – the only Canadian to make the list. He was also named by RETHINK to its global list of Top Retail Experts 2024.
    About Us
    Canada’s Podcast is the number one podcast in Canada for entrepreneurs and business owners. Established in 2016, the podcast network has interviewed over 600 Canadian entrepreneurs from coast-to-coast.
    With hosts in each province, entrepreneurs have a local and national format to tell their stories, talk about their journey and provide inspiration for anyone starting their entrepreneurial journey and well- established founders.
    The commitment to a grass roots approach has built a loyal audience on all our social channels and YouTube – 500,000+ lifetime YouTube views, 200,000 + audio downloads, 35,000 + average monthly social impressions, 10,000 + engaged social followers and 35,000 newsletter subscribers. Canada’s Podcast is proud to provide a local, national and international presence for Canadian entrepreneurs to build their brand and tell their story.
     
    #business #Canada's Number One Podcast for Entrepreneurs #entrepreneurs #entrepreneurship #innovation #smallbusiness #tech #technology

    • 12 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

REIexpert101 ,

Amazing Podcast!

If you’re looking for a podcast to find inspirational guests and gain a wealth of knowledge in the world of entrepreneurs in Canada then this is the podcast for you! 10/10

bissettfinfit ,

Great show showcasing Canadian entrepreneurs!

Love Celine William’s interview style – she’s a natural interviewer and the conversation flows well. Canada’s podcast hosts interview great guests that allow you to learn practical, relevant and easy to implement tips and strategies in your business. Well done!

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