Championing Entrepreneurship, Content Type | December 22, 2017
Futurpreneur Canada recently launched Work is Changing, a national campaign and content hub covering topics like the future of work, technology and automation, economics, innovation and growth and entrepreneurship.
If you’re looking for some light reading this weekend, here’s a quick round-up of some of the latest articles on Work is Changing.
Work (and Where We Work) is Changing by Chenèle McFarlane
Work culture is shifting away from the typical office space and moving towards a more flexible structure. In fact, there is an increasing number of Canadians working from just about anywhere – at home, coffee shops, coworking spaces and even shopping centres. This article dives deep into the latest workspace trends and how companies and freelancers alike are adapting to them.
Intrapreneurship: the Benefits of Working like an Entrepreneur at Your 9-5 by Chenèle McFarlane
The development of new technologies and the rise of automation is putting many Canadians at risk of losing their jobs. However, some may feel that entrepreneurship is too risky to jump into right away. If this sounds like you, read on to learn how you can apply an entrepreneurial mindset to your full-time job.
7 Stats You Need to Know to Prepare for the Future of Work by Megan te Boekhorst
As traditional employment becomes increasingly unstable , it’s important to start to take the proper actions to secure a financially stable future. Here are seven stats that you need to know about the future of work and how to handle them.
New AI Hug Coming to Montréal by Megan te Boekhorst
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being implemented in every corner of the world as we speak – including our own backyard. Read on to learn why tech giant Thales SA is investing $25 million over the next four to five years to build an AI research center in Montréal.
WeWork Looks to Teach Business Skills to Kindergartners by Megan te Boekhorst
Office-sharing giant WeWork is not wasting any time in educating youth on entrepreneurship. Earlier this month, the company announced WeGrow, an entrepreneurial school that aims to help children become more self-aware, empowered and compassionate creators.
Written by: Sara Pivato, Social Media & Content Coordinator, Futurpreneur Canada