2018/11/19 – SmoothiesGo

After moving on from their respective family businesses and enduring a life altering experience, this married entrepreneurial couple was motivated to start something new. Andrea Chamandy and Andrew Battah of SmoothiesGo will share how important it became to balance family and business, and their marketing philosophy involving the use of influencers and strategic partners.

2018/11/13 – Baléco

This experienced multimedia storyteller has had many jobs starting at the lowest of levels, by choice. Justin Kingsley imparts how his philosophy of being the best at the jobs nobody else wanted fueled his success, shares the single event that pushed him to start his own business, and how he constantly strives for what he calls the triple bottom line win.

2018/10/29 – Helen Antoniou

2018/10/29 – Helen Antoniou When Eric Molson agreed to have his memoirs written, he insisted on a “warts and all” account of the Molson story. With that direction, Helen will share with us some experiences of the past 50 years which include family posturing, diversification from the core business, and the importance of corporate governance.…

For Immediate Release: Today’s Entrepreneur turns 10 with 200 episodes of community giveback!

Today’s Entrepreneur Radio turns 10 with a 3 tier celebration & 200 episodes of community service for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs! For Immediate Release Montreal, October 22nd, 2018 Today’s Entrepreneur Est. 2009 – Reaching its 200th episode highlighting inspiring Quebec business-owners on Montreal airwaves in partnership with CJAD radio, October 22nd marks a decade of sharing inspiring…

2018/05/28 – Arbraska

2018/05/28 – Arbraska While tree top trekking is a lot of fun, there is a lot that goes on behind the scenes of this outdoor adventure business. Stephane will share with us the importance of maintaining company culture across different locations as they expanded outside of Quebec and the challenges behind managing cash flow in a period of strong growth.

2018/05/14 – Tuck Shop

Owning and operating a restaurant is certainly a labour of love, and labour is clearly one of the most challenging aspects. Since adding a catering business to their restaurant operation, Amelia and Jonathan will share the human resource lessons they learned including when to fire someone, the power of delegation, and the why’s of bringing on a new partner.