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(Français) Osez sortir de votre zone de confort

Chantal Binet, Coach de gestion, Cantley (Québec), mentor de la FCJE, www.chantalbinet.com À quand remonte la dernière fois où vous êtes réellement sorti de vos zones de confort? Où vous avez osé dire oui à une occasion qui vous faisait peur? Où vous vous êtes trouvé face à une situation où vous saviez que, si […]

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(Français) Réseautage professionnel 101

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Six tips to networking

Cathy Yeomans, Imagine Public Relations, White Rock, BC, imaginepr@shaw.ca The purpose of networking is to meet people – not only potential customers/clients, but also people to create partnerships, business relationships and general connections. To get the best results you’re your networking efforts, consider these tips: Dress professionally, appropriately and keep your body language open. Introduce […]

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Réseautage professionnel 101!

Charles-A Pelletier, Enqeb (Entrepreneuriat québécois en bref), Montréal, Québec, www.enqeb.com Nous allons vous entretenir de réseautage qui, par l’échange de renseignements pertinents, permet d’assurer le développement des affaires. Ce n’est une surprise pour personne, les réseaux sont partout. Un entrepreneur qui ne s’en sert pas se prive de ressources inestimables et même de clients potentiels! […]

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Growing your network is part of business

Neechie Gear is all about people. That’s why founder Kendal Netmaker decided to use the word ‘neechie’ in his company’s name, which means ‘my friend’ in Plains Cree language. Neechie Gear is an Aboriginal clothing company in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan that outfits youth athletes across Canada and promotes the positive aspects of sports among youth. When it […]

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Top ten tips for networking

Bobby Umar, P. Eng, MBA, Raeallan, Toronto, ON, CYBF Mentor Networking is fundamental to how I run my business and create relationships. I love networking because it has given me so many amazing opportunities and experiences in my life and I have met some incredibly inspiring and nurturing individuals with the advent of social media. […]

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What’s the secret to networking success? Read Dale Carnegie

Ellis Orlan, BA, CPA, SF Partnership LLP, Toronto, ON, CYBF Mentor, eorlan@sfgroup.ca When I think about networking, what immediately comes to mind is How to win friends and influence people by Dale Carnegie – arguably the greatest book ever produced on the subject and one known as the first notable self-help book ever produced. First […]

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Promoting entrepreneurship among youth in low-income communities

Through the Accelerating Entrepreneurial Action Grant Program, offered by the Canadian Youth Business Foundation (CYBF) and Advancing Canadian Entrepreneurship (ACE), SIFE teams across Canada launched projects to teach entrepreneurship to youth in low-income communities across Canada. SIFE Carleton University received the Best Project award of $1,000. The Carleton project, IC Change, offered mentorship, workshops and […]

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Shortcuts for your spreadsheets

Simon Selkrig, Strategize Financial Modelling, simon@strategizefm.com, Montreal, QC Here are some quick and simple shortcuts to help save you time with your financial spreadsheets. Expanding existing formula range Do you need to insert additional line items such as expenses and achieve an updated sum of the expense schedule? Insert rows into the second last row […]

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Understanding work-life balance

Ellis Orlan, BA, CPA, SF Partnership LLP, Toronto, ON, CYBF Mentor, eorlan@sfgroup.ca Mention the words ‘work-life balance’ in any informal business environment and watch the eyes roll and hear the snickers.  No realistic business person expects to achieve a perfect harmony and balance between work and life. According to WordSpy.com, the term was coined in 1986 and […]

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How connected should you be?

Karen Milde, Reframe Marketing, Vancouver, BC, CYBF Mentor, www.reframemarketing.com Competition is fierce in this day and age, and as a business owner, you need to be connected constantly. It is important you stay connected with staff and customers so you can answer questions, respond to concerns and so that staff can continue executing whatever needs […]

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Flexibility means ‘transferable skills’ and ‘work-life balance’

Sidney Halpern, Chartered Accountant, Winnipeg, MB, CYBF Mentor Flexibility in the workplace is vital for success. There are many facets to flexibility but I will discuss what I believe to be the two most important – transferable skills and work-life balance. To continue growing your career, it’s important to focus on building skills that are […]

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(Français) Évitez d’être à bout de souffle!

Charles-A Pelletier, Enqeb (Entrepreneuriat québécois en bref), Montréal, Québec, www.enqeb.com Le travail autonome comporte implicitement la gestion de plusieurs choses à la fois. Un entrepreneur apprend rapidement qu’une bonne organisation personnelle, jumelée à une méthode visant à établir ses priorités, est essentielle au quotidien. Planifier son agenda peut donc s’avérer très efficace, surtout quand on […]

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Screening candidates: Carefully describe what you are seeking

Terry Thompson, Surrey, BC, CYBF Mentor, tesh@shaw.ca Managing Corporate Culture article series In my last article, Ensuring the right people are in the right jobs, I listed the three key activities that need to be undertaken to properly screen a candidate for a position in your organization. Before discussing each of these activities you must […]

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Avoiding financial spreadsheet mistakes: Data links, formulae

Simon Selkrig, Strategize Financial Modelling, simon@strategizefm.com, Montreal, QC Article series: Avoiding financial spreadsheet mistakes Part 3 of 3 Spaghetti soup of data links A common mistake in preparing a business’ financial spreadsheets is creating a whole new spreadsheet rather than simply rolling over the document from the previous year. It may seem innocuous, but it […]

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Why write a business plan?

Shauna Madsen, Madsen Avenue, Edmonton, AB, CYBF Mentor Creating a formal business plan is a daunting task. In large corporations, a team of individuals develop plans annually and typically across various departments – based on budgets, departmental goals and marketing plans. Small businesses do not always have the luxury of a team to take on […]

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Ensuring the right people are in the right jobs

Terry Thompson, Surrey, BC, CYBF Mentor, tesh@shaw.ca Managing Corporate Culture article series The most critical responsibility of a CEOs and managers is to make sure the right people are in the right jobs. Nothing else matters if this function is not performed better than any other in an organization. Without the right people in the […]

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The most critical contracting out that you’ll ever do

Terry Thompson, Surrey, BC, CYBF Mentor, tesh@shaw.ca Managing Corporate Culture article series Without a doubt, the most poorly performed function by managers as a whole (including CEOs) is the recruiting and screening of candidates for employment within their companies, particularly for management positions. The vast majority of managers view this function as a major inconvenience […]

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Working with partners to build a business

Working with partners to build a business Anne Forkutza worked with Tammy Olsson and Blair Kennedy to launch Domo Enterprise, an innovative, Vancouver-based tea company which received support in 2011 through CYBF’s Spin Master Innovation Fund. Anne believes that working with partners to build Domo presents some unique challenges and opportunities. She has this advice […]

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Avoiding financial spreadsheet mistakes: Email referencing, formatting

Simon Selkrig, Strategize Financial Modelling, simon@strategizefm.com, Montreal, QC Article series: Avoiding financial spreadsheet mistakes Part 2 of 3 Referencing files from an email This is a classic rookie error. Users of the spreadsheet have no idea about the source of the data, because the spreadsheet developer has merely referenced numbers from an Excel file attached […]

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Building, using and retaining an advisory board

Rose-Marie Almond, Hatchlings Incubation Centre, Oshawa, Ontario Building an advisory board Here are three important considerations to keep in mind when building an advisory board: Diversity. Having a board entirely made up entirely of accountants, lawyers or marketers is not very useful. Select board members based on their specific skills, their background (personal and professional) […]

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Hire employees or work with freelancers?

In 2010, Jasmine Gervais, Émile Arragon and Jean-Philippe Desjardins, three CYBF young entrepreneurs, founded Orangerine, an agency operating in the digital world of web integrated production and new distribution platforms. Orangerine designs and produces multiplatform advertising campaigns that involve video production, web development, interactive media and digital display. The Montreal-based business has worked with well-known […]

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Building a healthy corporate culture

Sidney Halpern, Chartered Accountant, Winnipeg, MB, CYBF Mentor The following five steps help you build a healthy corporate culture within your business. 1. Define a ‘healthy corporate culture’. It could include: Integrity, honesty and wisdom Team orientated for collective rather than individual goals Professional excellence 2. Define the demographics of the people needed to build […]

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Avoiding financial spreadsheet mistakes: Structure, hard-coding

Simon Selkrig, Strategize Financial Modelling, simon@strategizefm.com, Montreal, QC Article series: Avoiding financial spreadsheet mistakes Part 1 of 3 Financial spreadsheets are often compromised due to some rather basic mistakes by spreadsheet developers. No matter how basic or thorough a financial spreadsheet is, it is important to maintain a simple and concise approach to developing it. […]

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The value of staying focused

Stéphane Elie, founder of Symbiose Communication in Longueuil, Quebec, knows that a smart businesses sticks to their vision – even if that means turning down opportunities along the way. A sharp focus has helped Stéphane build Symbiose into what it is today: an inbound/outbound call central with a global reach, employing 120 people and offering […]

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Look for the lesson on how to succeed

Ellis Orlan, BA, CPA, SF Partnership LLP, Toronto, ON, CYBF Mentor, eorlan@sfgroup.ca In the words of Sir Winston Churchill, ‘success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm’. To truly succeed, one must fail first and fail plenty. This might be difficult to accept, as failing is emotionally difficult, hard to overcome and […]

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Why you have to fail in business in order to succeed

Karen Milde, Reframe Marketing, Vancouver, BC, CYBF Mentor, www.reframemarketing.com Failure and success. At first, these two words sound like opposites. In reality, however, they do not exclude each other, but belong together. People make mistakes in life and in business. However, people can learn from those mistakes in order to improve themselves. Admittedly, to fail […]

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The upside of failure

Jean Chow, Business Coach & Strategist, www.msbizwiz.com, @MsBizWiz, Toronto, ON, CYBF Mentor As entrepreneurs, we seek success. We have an idea, a dream, a vision. But in our search, it is often through failure that we can learn best. Ironically even in failure, we tend to go beyond the limit insofar as betting the entire […]

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How I could have built my network earlier on

Bobby Umar, P. Eng, MBA, Raeallan, Toronto, ON, CYBF Mentor If there is one thing I wish I had done better during my youth it is networking. I know now how powerful a strong network of contacts is in business and life. If I truly understood that back then, there are many things I probably […]

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Staying on top of the game

With experience as an elite-level athlete, Mike Booth knows that unfortunately, stumbles are a part of life. However, as a successful entrepreneur and founder of Massage Athletica, a massage therapy clinic in Winnipeg, Manitoba, he also knows that with determination and the right attitude, stumbles are an opportunity to learn and grow. Mike has this […]

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Do we need to fail in order to succeed?

Charles-A Pelletier, Enqeb (Entrepreneuriat québécois en bref), Montreal, Quebec, www.enqeb.com Have you heard of FailCon? It is a one-day conference where participants study their own and others’ failures in order to contribute to the success of future entrepreneurs. The concept is very unique, and participants need to put their egos aside to talk about their […]

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Think you don’t need a business plan? Think again!

Cathy Yeomans, Imagine Public Relations, White Rock, BC, imaginepr@shaw.ca An enthusiastic and intelligent friend of mine recently shared she was starting a business. Her concept sounded great, but when I asked to see her business plan she felt it was ‘irrelevant’. If you think like that, your business may already be in the toilet. No […]

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Learn from your mistakes!

Rose-Marie Almond, Hatchlings Incubation Centre, Oshawa, Ontario James Dyson: “Enjoy failure and learn from it. You can never learn from success.” Many new entrepreneurs worry that they will be defined and haunted by their mistakes and failures. I believe the opposite, that it is how you recover and learn from your mistake that defines you as a […]

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Strive to fail, reflect and grow

Bobby Umar, P. Eng, MBA, Raeallan, Toronto, ON, CYBF Mentor I have failed a lot. Some of them are small things I shrug off in a day. Others are big whoppers that hound me for years. Regardless, they are a part of me and I embrace them because they made me who I am today. […]

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Cash flow headaches and how to avoid them

Christiana Mbazigwe, Duric Business Solutions, Toronto, ON, CYBF Mentor Preparing and managing a cash flow statement can be challenging for business owners or entrepreneurs without strong book keeping or accounting skills. Major ‘headaches’ can come from deciding which method to use to the cash flow in and out of the business. The month-by-month analysis can […]

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Build the buzz around GEW Canada!

Were you amazed, moved and inspired by the power of entrepreneurship during Global Entrepreneurship Week Canada 2011? You can keep that momentum going! As a country host of Global Entrepreneurship Week 2011, the Canadian Youth Business Foundation (CYBF) is vying for the Buzz Builder Award which will be presented at the Global Entrepreneurship Congress in Liverpool, […]

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‘Must do’s for effective corporate communication

Terry Thompson, Surrey, BC, CYBF Mentor, tesh@shaw.ca Managing Corporate Culture article series In my last article, Creating a compelling vision and related values, I described the key aspects of drafting vision and missions statements and corporate values. How you communicate these items effectively to your managers and the rest of your employees becomes as important […]

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Managing numbers well can become second nature

Heather Hinam founded Second Nature Adventures in Discovery in 2011 as a way to share her knowledge and passion for the environment with others. Based in Riverton, Manitoba, Second Nature provides nature tours, workshops and materials to help people connect with the Manitoba wilderness. Good financial planning and a willingness to learn have helped her […]

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What story is your cash flow statement telling?

Christiana Mbazigwe, Duric Business Solutions, Toronto, ON, CYBF Mentor There is a philosophy that says, in business, ‘the customer is the king’. Your business is created to serve your customers’ needs and wants. As such, no customers means no money (cash) and no business. The cash can be in form of immediate cash-at-hand or accounts […]

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(Français) En tête-à-tête avec son banquier!

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If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it

Christiana Mbazigwe, Duric Business Solutions, Toronto, ON, CYBF Mentor As a business owner or entrepreneur, measurement of business performance is critical for effective and efficient management. You must determine the key performance indicators (KPIs) that will help you set standards as well as monitor and evaluate your business outcomes. This ultimately helps you attain your […]

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Financial spreadsheets 101

Simon Selkrig, Strategize Financial Modelling, simon@strategizefm.com, Montreal, QC The creation of a financial spreadsheet or model may seem a daunting task for most. It is important to write a game plan or have an idea about the information output requirements for users. That way you will better understand your information needs. A base financial spreadsheet […]

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Don’t tax your accountant

Ellis Orlan, BA, CPA, SF Partnership LLP, Toronto, ON, CYBF Mentor, eorlan@sfgroup.ca It’s tax time again and it really doesn’t take much time to get things together and make your accountant’s life easier and reduce your bill in the process. Here are some easy tips to help you get organized. Sorting your tax T-slips and […]

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10 ways to improve your financial spreadsheets

Simon Selkrig, Strategize Financial Modelling, simon@strategizefm.com, Montreal, QC 1)    Simplify them. Reduce the complexity of the Excel workbook. 2)    Don’t over engineer your spreadsheet or the formulae; avoid the use of complex formula or macros where possible. 3)    Error checks. Cross check and cross reference your calculations to ensure they are correct. 4)    Logical flow. […]

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How to get ready for income tax time

Martin Noury is a partner at the Doucet Noury SENC accounting firm. After working for a number of years at a manufacturing company, the young accountant decided to launch his own accounting business in 2010. Located in Joliette, Quebec, his office offers services in accounting, management accounting, taxation and management consulting to SMEs and self-employed […]

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Creating a compelling vision and related values

Terry Thompson, Surrey, BC, CYBF Mentor, tesh@shaw.ca Managing Corporate Culture article series In an earlier article (Managing Corporate Culture – The one absolute truth) I mentioned that one of the initial priorities that I started with, as a CEO working improve corporate culture within our organization, was to articulate a compelling corporate vision and the […]

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Finances of an entrepreneur

Charles-A Pelletier, Enqeb (Entrepreneuriat québécois en bref), Montréal, Québec, www.enqeb.com It should come as no surprise that we all have to manage our personal finances. But what good finance-related habits should adopt an entrepreneur when she or he is starting a business? There many factors for an entrepreneur to consider, but here are a few […]

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Facts and myths about social enterprises

Rose-Marie Almond, Cobourg, Ontario, CYBF Young Entrepreneur & Mentor ‘Social enterprise’ is a term that’s being used more and more. But what does it really mean? Here I’ll try and sort some of the facts from the myths. There is a social purpose at the heart of every social enterprise. Fact. If the social initiatives […]

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True/false quiz on corporate social responsibility

Rose-Marie Almond, Cobourg, Ontario, CYBF Young Entrepreneur & Mentor Test your knowledge of corporate social responsibility! Are the following statements true or false? Core values are important. True! Your business’ core values are important and to incorporate CSR into your business successfully, your CSR efforts should tie in with your organizational values. CSR as an […]

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Networking for Entrepreneurs and Freelancers

Networking for Entrepreneurs and Freelancers – Social Media theme
Make connections with Toronto-based entrepreneurs and freelancers in a casual atmosphere. Join us for a lively panel discussion on “Social Media: Effective for B…

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Creating more of the scarcest resource

Terry Thompson, Surrey, BC, CYBF Mentor, tesh@shaw.ca Managing Corporate Culture article series In my last article (Managing Corporate Culture – The one absolute truth), I suggested that a CEO examine how he/she is spending his/her time and ensure that the right amount is devoted to the key organizational culture priorities. How much is the right […]

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Ten tips for successful mentor-mentee meetings

Dr. Wael Badawy, IntelliView Technologies Inc. Calgary, AB; Umm Al Qura University, KSA; badawy@intelliview.ca, CYBF Mentor Set up a meeting schedule that works best for both mentor and mentee. It’s a good idea to avoid, lunch and coffee break meeting. Meetings require a professional and distraction-free setting. Maintaining regular meetings between mentor and mentee is […]

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Enhancing your conventional mentor-mentee relationship

Karen Milde, Reframe Marketing, Vancouver, BC, CYBF Mentor, www.reframemarketing.com In my experience both as a mentor and a mentee, I have found that a formal relationship between the two parties helps them both parties achieve their goals. The mentee is encouraged to set goals and achieve them within the time that he or she is […]

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Mentors mean business

Ellis Orlan, BA, CPA, SF Partnership LLP, eorlan@sfgroup.ca, Toronto, ON, CYBF Mentor Mentoring is an invaluable experience for both the mentor and mentee. A mentor is someone with more entrepreneurial business experience then the mentee, who serves as a trusted advisor and confidante over an extended period of time, typically free of charge. For the mentor, […]

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Simona’s mentor is a source of inspiration

Simona Voinic is a mother of two and the founder of Toronto-based Firefly Kids Lighting, an online company providing safe, quality children’s lighting at affordable prices. Simona has only been working with her CYBF mentor Suzanne Letourneau for four months now but already, Suzanne has been a tremendous resource and inspiration. Simona has learned these […]

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My top 10 mentor wish list (in no particular order)…and the reasons why

Jean Chow, Business Coach & Strategist, www.msbizwiz.com, @MsBizWiz, Toronto, ON, CYBF Mentor 1. Howard Schultz, Founder and CEO, Starbucks – United States To learn a flair for marketing and the ability to turn business around successfully 2. The Dalai Lama, Spiritual Leader – Tibet To learn to live and laugh boisterously in life 3.  Kim […]

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Making the most of your mentoring relationship

Dr. Wael Badawy, P.Eng., IntelliView Technologies Inc., CA, and Umm Al Qura University, KSA – Calgary, AB, CYBF Mentor Mentoring relationships can formal or informal, and often between a younger and an older, more experienced person. The roles of mentors vary greatly depending on the type of business, the structure of the relationship and the participants […]

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Three common places to find a mentor (besides CYBF!)

Cathy Yeomans, Imagine Public Relations, White Rock, BC, imaginepr@telus.net A mentor should be someone who exemplifies the traits and skills you want to embody – the “you” you want to become. When looking for a professional mentor, consider these places: Join a professional association related to your business, or a business group such as your […]

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Vivian Prokop Honoured Among Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100™

Today, the Canadian Youth Business Foundation (CYBF) announced that Vivian Prokop, chief executive officer, has once again been awarded the Trailblazer and Trendsetter award among Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100™ by the Women’s Executive Network (WXN). The Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards is Canada’s most recognizable Award for the country’s highest achieving […]

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Understanding government finance programs

Dr. Wael Badawy, IntelliView Technologies Inc., Calgary, AB, badawy@intelliview.ca, CYBF Mentor In Canada we are fortunate to have various government support programs for entrepreneurship, innovation and business creation. These programs are offered at the federal and provincial, level. Funding program ranges: $10,000 – $55,000 is usually easier to access. The application is relatively simple to […]

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Understanding and measuring corporate culture

Terry Thompson, Surrey, BC, CYBF Mentor, tesh@shaw.ca Managing Corporate Culture article series In my last article, One person’s path to great corporate culture (and happiness and fortune), I wrote about my company’s need to improve corporate culture in order to maximize the long-term potential of our competitive advantage. But what is corporate culture, why is […]

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CYBF Announces YOU Innovate Canada Tournament National Champion

The Canadian Youth Business Foundation (CYBF) announced that four students from Brandon University in Manitoba – Stephanie Fung, Jeanette Hudon, Stephen Chychota and Kayvon Razzaghi – have been selected as the national champions of the YOU Innovate  Canada tournament held in celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week. Their team, The Grow Mug Project, was selected as […]

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Monday Morning Resource – Marketing across borders

Founded in 2010 by Valérie Archambault, Mathieu Archambault and Olivier Réglat, VIONEC Technologies in Laval, Quebec owns the marketing rights of Viscoline, an online viscosity measurement instrument. To market the product, the young entrepreneurs developed a partnership with the North American branch of the German company KROHNE, located in Boston. “They have exclusive right to […]

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An evening of celebration…Spotlight on Entrepreneurs

Last night, 450 influential entrepreneurs, business leaders, academics, entrepreneurial organizations, and government officials and the leaders and individuals that support them gathered in Toronto to celebrate entrepreneurship in Canada. CYBF’s Spotlight on Entrepreneurs celebration event was co-hosted with the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) and held during Global Entrepreneurship Week. It also celebrated the […]

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What to consider when seeking export markets

Adam Luo, Emperor’s Kitchen, Fredericton, NB, CYBF Young Entrepreneur Finding export market follows one simple principle – striking a shared interest where your company and the customers benefit. This should be force that drives you to find an export market and the common ground that backs up the negotiation process. As an entrepreneur looking to […]

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Business Expansion = Research = Results

Cathy Yeomans, Imagine Public Relations, White Rock, BC, imaginepr@telus.net Almost any business nowadays can operate on a global level. With the use of internet, affordable courier services, and unique products and services, the global market is constantly expanding and niches are created every day. But how do you know if your business can be expanded […]

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CYBF Launches Global Entrepreneurship Week Canada 2011

Today, the Canadian Youth Business Foundation (CYBF), official host of GEW Canada 2011, marks the beginning of Global Entrepreneurship Week Canada: seven days committed to celebrating entrepreneurs and inspiring young people to embrace innovation, imagination and creativity from coast to coast to coast. Events will be organized by CYBF and its partners, including community partners, […]

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United We Stand

Ellis Orlan, BA, CPA, SF Partnership LLP, eorlan@sfgroup.ca, Toronto, ON, CYBF Mentor Now more than ever, accounting standards are converging globally. With global alliances increasingly common, many standards are now set by international organizations. In Canada, the regulatory bodies governing the country’s chartered accountants (CAs) and certified management accountants (CMAs) are considering a merger. As the […]

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Monday Morning Resource: How do I find export markets?

Karen Milde, Reframe Marketing, Vancouver, BC, CYBF Mentor In order to find potential export markets, developing an export plan identifying the most profitable international markets for your products or services is essential. Preparing financial assistance ahead of time if needed is also prudent. When searching for export markets in the midst of economic instability (like […]

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Offshore Manufacturing Tips

Rose-Marie Almond, Cobourg, Ontario, CYBF Young Entrepreneur & Mentor When growing a business, the first things to be outsourced are usually the parts no one wants to deal with; accounting and manufacturing. In recent years, the popularity of offshore manufacturing, to countries where costs are much lower, has grown significantly. Here are some things to […]

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