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  • 17 Jan 2017 4:37 PM | Editor (Administrator)

    Published by The Globe and Mail, Oct. 3, 2016

    The vast majority of new start-ups are grossly under-funded. Entrepreneurs underestimate how much money it will take to operationalize their company. 

    How do you raise money for your company from friends and family without damaging your personal relationships?

    The Globe and Mail chats with entrepreneurs Nick Wagner, Sharn Kandola and Ben Zlotnick to get tips. Filmed by Sean Liliani.


  • 17 Jan 2017 3:53 PM | Editor (Administrator)

    By Murad Hemmadi
    Originally published in Canadian Business
    The Kitchener-Waterloo corridor in Ontario has become a high tech hub to rival Silicon Valley. No need to get a passport and head south to California to monetize your next Big Idea.

    In the words of one entrepreneur, we have a community that cares about each other. We have heart and a soul!

    Here are eight entrepreneurs who share their dreams to make it on Canadian soil.


  • 17 Jan 2017 2:05 PM | Editor (Administrator)
    By Camilla Cornell
    Originally published in FP Startups

    When ToursByLocals launched in the midst of 2008’s economic downturn, it booked just one tour. A younger entrepreneur operating on a shoestring might have gone under, but Melhus and Vincent had about $250,000 from being bought out of a previous business to carry them through. They were able to use that time to build up their network of guides.


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