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Ilana Ben-Ari of 21 Toys Inc. / Ilana Ben-Ari, de 21 Toys inc. Alex Ethans, Andrew Parkes and Maciek Hunek of Eph Apparel Inc. / Alex Ethans, Andrew Parkes et Maciek Hunek, d'Eph Apparel inc. David Barabé and Félix Marzell of Dix au carré. / David Barabé and Félix Marzell of Dix au carré. Jason Joseph Richard of Prop2Go NB Inc. / Jason Joseph Richard, de Prop2Go NB inc. Adrien Sicard and Julie Delisle Beeye. / Adrien Sicard et Julie Delisle, de Beeye. Samantha Chan of Paintlounge. / Samantha Chan, de Paintlounge. Roslyn Bergen and Victoria Etherington of The Sweet Side. / Roslyn Bergen et Victoria Etherington, de The Sweet Side. Nicole Verkindt of Offset Market Exchange (OMX). / Nicole Verkindt, d'Offset Market Exchange (OMX).

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Know your market. A business plan isn’t just for the banks! A lot of time should be taken researching your business. Support is offered by many levels of government and private organizations to help you. Also, consider co-working. If you’re on your own and can join a community like HUB and CSI, the benefits are considerable. Get involved and meet fellow entrepreneurs and organizations big and small to share business ideas and find opportunities to help each other grow.”

Steve Hubbard and Raymundo del Cojo of Lightenco. Steve Hubbard et Raymundo del Cojo, de Lightenco.
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