Work is Changing

Futurpreneur Canada recently launched Work is Changinga 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.

Ottawa Announces Recipients of ‘Supercluster’ Funding by Megan te Boekhorst

The Federal Government’s innovation ‘supercluster’ funding initiative was announced last March and many organizations in the entrepreneurial space have been interested in this $950 million economic investment. Read more to find out what industries are slated to contribute $50 billion worth of economic growth over the next 10 years.

Choosing a Coworking Space? Ask Yourself These Questions First by Chanele McFarlane

Coworking spaces are popping up everywhere and they are here to stay. Before settling on a coworking space for your start-up, be sure to reflect on your professional (and personal) needs first.

These Young Women are living the “Freedom Lifestyle” by Sam Laliberte

Working women across the country are searching for flexible career opportunities that complement their adventurous life goals. Read more to find out why more and more women are looking into the “Freedom Lifestyle”.

Building an Entrepreneurial Canada by Charlotte Robert

The word is out about how work, and its definition, is changing. Following the FuturForum events hosted by Futurpreneur Canada last year, a report was created highlighting the three main challenges that entrepreneurs are facing today.

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Written by: Sara Pivato, Social Media & Content Coordinator, Futurpreneur Canada