It’s time for a roundup of some of our most popular content we published this year. Need some reading for the holidays? Here is a list to power through to help you get motivated for 2017.
Futurpreneur’s that have Grown Their Businesses
For our 20th anniversary this year, we caught up with some of our longstanding entrepreneurs that we’ve helped over the years to see how they’ve grown.
Spotlight on Eric Boudreau: Escaping the 9-5 to Open His Own Business
After being inspired on a trip to the East Coast from an escape room he visited, Eric realized that he needed to bring something like this back to Alberta.
Hustling through Depression: Why We Need to Talk about Entrepreneurship & Mental Health
Chivon John, Founder & CEO of Secrets of a Side Hustler, talks about struggling with depression and why entrepreneurs need to not be afraid to talk about it.
Spotlight on Celtic Knot: Balancing Full-Time Careers & a Business
The story of how Colin and Nanci Corcoran juggle both full-time careers and owning and operating their own restaurant in Newfoundland.
A Breakdown of Social Media Platforms and Their Uses
Not sure what social networks you should be jumping on with your business? It’s important to be strategic about this decision, so we broke down the major social media platforms to help you better understand what’s best for you.
Spotlight on Jenise Lee of CertClean: Turning Loss into Motivation to Solve a Problem
After losing her brother to cancer, Jenise quickly learned the demands of balancing life and a business, but instead of her letting her business fall to the backburner, she used this as motivation to build it.
Juggling a Day Job and a Start-Up
Starting a business on top of managing a full-time job can be difficult, but for some people, it’s the only way starting a business can be a viable option. Lena Dingwall of Arrow – Always Moving Forward, shares her tips on how to have the best of both worlds.
Piece by Piece – Five Legal Considerations for Small Businesses
Clausehound breaks down the five legal considerations that every small business needs to consider when they’re starting up.
See in the New Year!