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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.

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    • 4.9 • 8 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.

    Romesh Hettiarachchi believes that new lawyers are digital and strategic advisors to entrepreneurs - Toronto - Canada's Podcast

    Romesh Hettiarachchi believes that new lawyers are digital and strategic advisors to entrepreneurs - Toronto - Canada's Podcast

    Romesh Hettiarachchi believes that the new lawyer is digital and is now more of a strategic advisor to entrepreneurs about law and decision making. The Strategic Legal Advisor Program he has innovated is a pilot program focused on providing ongoing legal support to help business owners identify and address risks to their business operations while learning how to use a lawyer to grow their business. Like Fintech, law is experiencing new approaches and we discuss some of these as well as Romesh's entrepreneurial journey.
    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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    • 25 min
    Roxanne Power & Anita Wells discuss the benefits of franchising and local economic recovery - Toronto - Canada's Podcast

    Roxanne Power & Anita Wells discuss the benefits of franchising and local economic recovery - Toronto - Canada's Podcast

    Roxeanne Power, a local entrepreneur, opened her second Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa in Oshawa on December 9th, 2020. Hand & Stone is the premier massage and facial brand that has 475+ locations across the U.S. and Canada. We take a look at a successful franchise system and how and how Power's first location in Ajax helps. Roxanne, the daughter of entrepreneurs in Newfoundland sold her first business, a daycare, and then chose to go the franchise route, people stay healthy and happy through the pandemic, Power also discusses how she hopes the business will help with the economic recovery of the city with the influx of much-needed jobs. Power always knew she wanted to own a business that would allow her to connect with and provide for a community. She started out helping her mother run a business in their hometown of Lamaline, Newfoundland, but after a few months, Power realized that staying in Lamaline and working at her mother’s business wasn’t for her. She moved to Ontario and found Hand & Stone. After opening her Ajax location in 2018, business took off and positioned her for future growth. She can tell you more about the plans for the new Hand & Stone location in Oshawa, including how she'll encourage her staff to be good community partners through charity and other works. Anita Wells can discuss what plans how franchising is a great option -- as her organization nears the opening of their 500th spa in 2021 and why Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa stands out among other industry competitors.
    Shape your future in #Lethbridge. Bold. Vibrant. Technological. The bright, affordable choice for business builders. Grow now at https://entrepreneur.chooselethbridge.ca
    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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    • 22 min
    Write & Grow Rich: How & When To Use a Book to Supersize Your Happiness, Social Impact & Bank Account - Vancouver - Canada's Podcast

    Write & Grow Rich: How & When To Use a Book to Supersize Your Happiness, Social Impact & Bank Account - Vancouver - Canada's Podcast

    Join Host, Angela Faye on Canada’s Podcast speaking to Kimberley Day (http://www.kimberleyday.com) about the mindset and practical steps you can take to "Write & Grow Rich"
    Because YOU are the #1 low cost, high return asset that 95% of entrepreneurs forget to capitalize on. And, if you want to position yourself as the go-to expert in your industry, stand out from the crowd against your competition, and get new customers coming to you on autopilot, then your business needs a book with your name on the cover!
    If you have a compelling value proposition that can positively impact people you serve but are missing the tool to connect with them. You find yourself as 1 of 5 others in the ‘same room’ offering almost the same thing. Or if you have ever found yourself struggling or miserable working with a less than ideal client...this is for you!
    And yes, knowing this was a problem for MOST coaches, consultants and service-based entrepreneurs, Kimberley Day changed the course of her own business to help others overcome the daily struggle of finding their next client, stand out from the crowd in their industry, & increase visibility, credibility & authority by publishing a book. For 13 years she was one of usually a dozen financial advisors at every networking event, struggling to compete for clients in an overcrowded and skeptical market.
    After publishing her first book, the "Financial Fitness Playbook: The Ultimate Guide to Winning the Money Game", she was able to double her income in less than 12 months using the same strategies she now teaches in her new book and signature program.
    Canada’s Trade Accelerator Program is presented by the World Trade Centre Vancouver. It gives BC-based businesses the training and support needed to become a successful exporter. Go to www.wtcvancouver.ca/tap and find out more.
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    • 36 min
    Matt Diteljan, CEO of Glacier explains how influencer marketing works as a strategy to reach key younger demographics - Calgary - Canada's Podcast

    Matt Diteljan, CEO of Glacier explains how influencer marketing works as a strategy to reach key younger demographics - Calgary - Canada's Podcast

    An accomplished entrepreneur, Matt Diteljan is the CEO of Glacier, a Calgary-based marketing and advertising company that works with North American universities, colleges, and governments to reach Gen Z and Millennials. Matt and his company made headlines late last year when their influencer campaign with the University of Missouri caught the attention of the New York Times and other major outlets.
    A University of Calgary grad, Matt founded Glacier in 2013. His company has grown beyond its humble Canadian roots, amassing an impressive client roster including big names such as Vancouver Film School, Texas A&M, Los Angeles Community College District and the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
    Now a year into these trying times, Matt and his team have been working with their clients to implement influencer marketing as a strategy to reach key younger demographics. Despite the efforts of medical professionals, politicians and distinguished educators to communicate the importance of masks and washing hands, the message often falls on deaf ears. Now, vaccines own the headlines – how can governments and healthcare providers ensure accurate information reaches the right audiences and more importantly, positively influences behavior?
    Shape your future in #Lethbridge. Bold. Vibrant. Technological. The bright, affordable choice for business builders. Grow now at https://entrepreneur.chooselethbridge.ca
    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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    • 21 min
    How entrepreneurs are taking on the environmental challenge with Pierre Cléroux from BDC - Toronto - Canada's Podcast

    How entrepreneurs are taking on the environmental challenge with Pierre Cléroux from BDC - Toronto - Canada's Podcast

    Canadian entrepreneurs are highly motivated to reduce the environmental impact of their business activities, with 82% saying they have taken concrete steps to protect the environment, according to a new The Business Development Bank of Canada study. Entitled "Transformation in Action: How Canadian Entrepreneurs Cope with the Environmental Challenge," this study conducted last October among 1,515 business leaders and 1,014 Canadian consumers explore how businesses are dealing with environmental change as well as obstacles they must overcome. "Most Canadian entrepreneurs are motivated and make an effort when it comes to the environment," explains Pierre Cléroux, Vice-President, Research and Chief Economist at BDC. "Our study shows that taking action for the environment does not harm financial performance. In fact, it can boost profits and speed up economic recovery. We hope that the findings of our study will inspire other entrepreneurs to make even more environmentally beneficial and profitable decisions."
    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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    • 12 min
    Matthew & Chris Caldaroni founded Molliteum and work with professional athletes of all kinds - Toronto - Canada's Podcast

    Matthew & Chris Caldaroni founded Molliteum and work with professional athletes of all kinds - Toronto - Canada's Podcast

    Matthew & Chris Caldaroni founded Molliteum and work with professional athletes of all kinds to better their resilience in both sport and life. They often cater to athletes in the common pro sports world, but also have many youth athletes and business professionals on their roster. They operate out of Pickering, ON, but work with athletes all over the world. After building a solid base over the last 5 years, they are looking to expand their online presence through the use of podcasts and creating relationships with other successful individuals to bring value to their audience. After five years and a changing world, resilience coaching is a key component for the future.
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    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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    • 29 min

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8 Ratings

8 Ratings

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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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