A government bureaucrat becoming an entrepreneur (although not unheard of) is not a common occurrence. But that is just what happened with Kim Green, the proprietor of Kays Wholesale.
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When you first enter Island Chocolates in Victoria by the Sea, it feels like you’ve gone back in time to a general store of the 1800’s. That’s because you have! The building was actually the Wright Brothers General Store from … Continue reading
Throughout our lives, we all struggle with balancing our professional with our personal life. Some will say that there is no such thing. However, I believe the future is not about balance, but work-life integration.
If you could cross the creative talent of a right brain artist with the brilliance of a left-brain business entrepreneur, what would you get? That answer would be Tara MacLean.
Today, we celebrate Canada Day in the birthplace of the Confederation. P.E.I. is also the birthplace for many new and creative ideas from our local business people.
On a flight this past week, I noticed two men in their 20’s sitting in the row in front of me. One was dressed in jeans that were baggy and hanging low on his behind with a baseball cap on … Continue reading
This past week at our Reinvent Atlantic Canada Leadership Conference in Fredericton, NB, Kristin and I had the pleasure of getting to know an interesting entrepreneur. He was the first attendee to arrive, sat up front, and was totally engaged … Continue reading
Some entrepreneurs realize they want to own their own business at a very young age. Others discover their passion after working for someone else, but want more independence, and their hard work and loyalty to be properly rewarded.