To survive in the restaurant sector takes a lot of perseverance and some good business karma. Ted Dranias and Perry Kalivrousis share with us the choice and build-out of a location, what’s worked for them for marketing and why give to get is a key factor for their success.
Revenu Quebec has issued new disclosure requirements for nominee agreements and has announced an extension to the filing deadline which was previously set for September 16th, 2019.
This entrepreneur is a Montreal original as he popularized two international media brands. Andy will share with us his unconventional path in business, how to harness creatives, and his ability to bounce back from failure.
Brand strategy agencies need creative and professional leaders, but the business model aspect cannot be forgotten. Jill Selick of Rubix Marketing will share with us how her CEO plans changed to becoming an entrepreneur and the philosophy of leaving the expertise to the experts.
Often what starts out as one business flourishes into several others, and this story exemplifies just that. Gad Bitton of Holand Group will share with us the challenges and lessons learned during the growth years, and the importance of community giveback.
Sometimes family business is in your blood and it can never be avoided. Frédéric Roy of Paramedic Canada will share with us the experiences learned from buying a small business realizing what’s on paper does not always work, and the importance to them of going from fully outsourced to creating a team under their own roof.
Please note that this update applies to entities who currently issue Audited or Reviewed Financial Statements in accordance with ASPE. There are amendments to Section 3856 – Financial Instruments that come into effect for year-ends starting on or after January 1, 2020. Are you informed about how these changes will impact your financial statements?…
We have recently been made aware of some changes made by the Federal Government. These changes will have an impact on the companies established under the federal law. The federal government has made changes to the Canadian Business Corporations Act (CBCA) whereby as of June 13, 2019, all CBCA corporations, except some distributing corporations, will be…
As we all know, life can hand you some unexpected moments, and it’s what you do with them that sets you apart. Claire & Stuart will share with us the events that led them from their existing path of fundraising and landscape architecture to their current businesses helping others manage their families’ mental health issues and today’s stress levels.
Saving the bee population was the original intention before this entrepreneur realized this could also be a socially responsible business. Nick Melka of MIEL MTL will share how he manages 100+ hives, his philosophy of community giveback and the decision to move away from online sales.