A preview of the upcoming series from Interac and Gimlet Creative. Listen as host Michele Romanow guides you through intimate and raw conversations behind what it takes to grow a business. You’ll hear some of Canada’s most well-known and up and coming entrepreneurs featured.
In this episode, you'll hear from Alex Rice, President of Nova Scotia Spirit Company, and Mandy Rennehan, Founder of FreshCo, talk about building. Whether it’s building a company, a culture, or a community, these entrepreneurs have learned a thing or two about growing a business.
Are entrepreneurs born? Or made? What’s it like to start a business with your sibling? And when should you admit what you don’t know? These are just a few questions we explore with serial entrepreneur and investor Michael Hyatt, and Mark Ang, founder of Second Closet.
How can cutting-edge technology help solve some of our thorniest problems? We talk with Ally Monk, founder of MotorLeaf, about how his company is harnessing artificial intelligence to lead a new agricultural revolution. And, Michael Serbinis joins to discuss how his firm League utilizes technology to streamline the ways companies provide benefits to their workforces.
We could all use a drink of one kind or another to get through the day. Enter: this week's founders — two Toronto beverage magnates. Diana Olsen, founder of Balzac's Coffee Roasters, and Cam Heaps of Steam Whistle Brewing talk about staying relevant as your brand evolves.
Kendall Barber and her sister Justine started Poppy Barley as a way to order custom footwear online. But now they're ready to open stores across Canada. In this episode, she talks to Peter Simons, who with his brother Richard, grew La Maison Simons to a nationwide brick and mortar shopping destination for the first time in the company's 180-year history.