Tips for Self-Funding Your Startup

You’ve got a great idea for a startup company and the energy and knowledge to put your plan in motion, but what about the funding? If you don’t qualify for business loans and your business is one that may fail to attract investors for one reason or another, you may assume that you are out […]

Launching a Venture: Toronto’s Rob Morton, Former Home Capital, Home Trust Exec on What to Know

Robert Morton has seen and learned a lot from his time working as a financial officer.  An accomplished leader in financial, strategic and general management, Toronto’s Rob Morton has more than two decades of experience in the space, having served as chief financial officer at Home Capital Group Inc. and Home Trust Company, and, before […]

Do You Have What it Takes to Become a Virtual Assistant?

This is a trick question because there is no hard-and-fast definition of Virtual Assistant (VA). Even if your skill set is different from other people who do office work, you can still qualify within your particular niche. As a general rule, the job involves performing some set of needed tasks for other businesses while remaining […]

Thomas Kane, Chicago Executive Discusses the Path to Meaningful Work

Thomas Kane is a Private Wealth Manager and Managing Director at Merrill Lynch Private Wealth Management in Chicago where he advises ultra high net-worth clients. Outside of his career responsibilities, Thomas is regarded in the community for his philanthropic efforts both in Chicago and abroad.  We recently spoke with Thomas to gain his insight on […]

Environmentalist Brad Fauteux Talks Value of Sustainable Entrepreneurship

Bradley Fauteux is an environmental advocate with over 16 years of experience in conservation work.  He served as the Managing Director of Ontario Parks and the Ministry of Natural Resources, and has worked with more than 300 distinct intergovernmental, community, Indigenous and private sector partners. We recently spoke with Brad Fauteux about how sustainability can […]