True entrepreneurs know that failure is not an end but a means to future success. Turning your mistakes into assets is really just a question of attitude.
Forget excursions to the mall, the bank or the nail salon. Today’s consumers want you to come to them ??? and business is booming for companies that do house calls.
How to cash in on the rebound in new construction.
Consumers want cheap luxury. Luxury brands want a way to clear out excess goods. Enter online shopping clubs.
How a small, but growing number of firms are escaping the paradox of marketing features and benefits alone.
The wrong way to reward your team for a job well done.
A U.S. franchisor sees room for a new kind of player in Canada’s post-disaster property-restoration sector.
Sprouter is a new Canadian player in the hot business of connecting entrepreneurs through online social networking. Will it bloom before its seed capital dries up?
The App Economy has huge potential for Canadian software entrepreneurs — and a lesson for manufacturers, too.
How successful entrepreneurs profit from failure (and how to avoid it in the first place).
The sale of your business should be a call for wild celebration. But serious regret is the real outcome for a significant number of sellers. Here’s what can go wrong, and how to avoid it.
Cora Tsouflidou’s company is a role model for franchisors who want to deliver service with a smile. But is it good enough to make it in the U.S.?
Sizing up your sale price
The value of companies fell sharply during the recession. So, how much would your firm fetch if you were to sell it today?
Web videos: Polished? No. Powerful? You bet.
More companies are using Internet video to get their message accross.
It’s not always sweetness and light between franchisors and franchisees. Advisory councils can prevent common tensions from breeding big conflicts.
Canada’s self-employed finally have access to some employment insurance benefits. For many, it won’t have been worth the wait.
Grooming a positive company culture could be the most cost-effective way to retain employees and boost profits. Here’s how one entrepreneur does it.
PROFIT’s expert panel reveals how to motivate today’s cautious clients, independent sales reps and everyday employees.
How much time should you take to make key business decisions? It’s impossible to answer — but you still have to try.
The man who turned the masses on to yoga reveals the key to Lululemon’s successful startup, how he finds great employees and why his real goal is changing the world, not making money.