In the fall of 2006, 32-year-old Mark Hemphill became a father to twin boys. One night he was looking down at them sleeping in their crib and, like many new parents, his thoughts turned to the future and the legacy he would leave his sons one day. He imagined them thinking of him, “Who the hell is this guy and what does he have to show for himself?”…

Are some financial institutions more small business friendly than others? Yes, say entrepreneur Peter Burbidge—there are differences

A 17-year-old opens her own dance studio… Visiting timber baron plants a super-crop and grows an industry… Trailblazing cyclists discover sustainable success… These stories and more in our tribute to independent businesses across Atlantic Canada

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August 21, 2015 // 0 Comments

Small business owners share their near-death experiences and explain how embracing the unexpected has helped them thrive

Finance experts offer practical advice for cash-strapped entrepreneurs, including what they should do before approaching an investor

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