Interview with CEO, Chad Moldon

Tell me about yourself?

My name is Chad Moldon, CEO of business incubation company, Inc.

I studied at Western University in London, Ontario, between 1993 and 1996. My studies focused on business philosophy.

I have spent nearly a decade with Inc. and have been proud to be a part of its growth. In my current role, I assume accountability for the overall operation of the business. I handle the entire organization, ensuring seamless functions. I also work hard at expanding the business.

What is your focus area? is a business incubation company that uses its strategic processes to rapidly experiment with new business concepts and help create new products and successful ventures.

What motivates you as a business professional?

I would say that I motivate myself. I try every single day to do the most important tasks first and then prioritize everything else in the order of what’s most vital. I also like seeing the fruits of my labour bloom into meaningful opportunities. That success can be intoxicating and encourage you to keep going. That’s what motivates me.

What sets apart?

What sets us apart from the competition is our innovation and ability to create growth for companies in terms of operations on behalf of partners who work in very exciting industries: from patent technology, streaming and content platforms, e-cigarettes, restaurants, and clothing stores. I would say that makes us pretty niche.

Where do you see your company in the next five years?

I expect us to expand our operations and the number of employees working under the banner of I expect our clientele to expand along with us and subsequently enter more sectors that we are not currently operating in.

What advice do you have for young entrepreneurs?

Embrace your unique vision. There’s a saying that creativity is a superpower if you utilize it in tandem with some logistical analysis. Your unique perspective is something no one else has and it could be the key to solving a problem or filling a gap in the market. Also, I think it’s important to know that failure isn’t the end – it’s just a natural part of the experience. Embrace failures as an opportunity to learn something – take those lessons and apply them. Don’t be afraid to mess up. That fear can stop you from taking risks.

Do you have any final thoughts?

Don’t be afraid to enter into new emerging sectors or industries. There is a lot happening in the world and we need creative, innovative minds to expand some of the world’s technology and learning systems to create a lucrative economy that benefits everyone. Don’t feel like just because you initially chose one path you have to stick to it – don’t be afraid to change course, try new things, and most importantly, find something that makes everything worthwhile for you.