If the working world was like high school, millennial entrepreneurs and their startups would probably be sitting at the “popular” table. With their reputation for trendy urban workspaces and casual dress codes, it’s not hard to see why most millennials...
In five short years, event planners CANDICE&ALISON have made a name for themselves in the Toronto social scene by creating epic nights that result in packed venues until the lights come on. We caught up with Candice Chan and Alison Slight to hear more about what makes a good event, potential event pitfalls and advice for party planners
May 28th will be an evening for networkers, people with ideas and enterprising young professionals to enjoy as Alberta BoostR throws a party at the Libertine where everyone in attendance will have the opportunity to hear pitches from the best and the brightest of small businesses in Alberta
Leaving the corporate world to chase an entrepreneurial endeavour has its perks too, but, like anything else, there are also many less-than-ideal drawbacks and challenges – of which we are perfectly aware – so you don’t have to remind us. Here are the seven worst things to say to a new entrepreneur
“We need to give each other the space to grow, to be ourselves, to exercise our diversity. We need to give each other space so that we may both give and receive such beautiful things as ideas, openness, dignity, joy, and inclusion" - Max de Pree. The Actor’s Gym, in Toronto, is a space in which actors can accomplish just that
Just in time for the New Year, when resolution making is upon us and ambitions are high, we take four key characteristics of success and compare two iconic figures who have both displayed these characteristics in their own way
Every young professional optimistically thinks their business is going to be the next best thing â€“ and it very likely could be â€“ but, especially in the early stages, it is easy to get ahead of oneself and splurge on an assortment of unnecessary costs. Here are a few ways you can avoid falling into this trap