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There are lots of wild metrics about the phenomenal amount of data now being collected. Statements like “more data was collected last year than in the history of mankind” [more...]
There are lots of wild metrics about the phenomenal amount of data now being collected. Statements like “more data was collected last year than in the history of mankind” [more...]
For each of you who has lamented the lack of business acumen among our politicians, or longed for a titan of industry to lead us all to the promised political paradise, ladies and gentlemen [more...]
For each of you who has lamented the lack of business acumen among our politicians, or longed for a titan of industry to lead us all to the promised political paradise, ladies and gentlemen [more...]
The pending legalization of pot is opening career paths and business opportunities that used to earn jail time. Here’s how some Atlantic Canada entrepreneurs are securing their territory [more...]
The pending legalization of pot is opening career paths and business opportunities that used to earn jail time. Here’s how some Atlantic Canada entrepreneurs are securing their territory [more...]

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  • Aboriginal entrepreneurship profile: Donald Hanson webextra_quenselhansenNote: This article is part of a series of profiles discussing successful First Nations entrepreneurs in Atlantic Canada, sponsored by the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies (AIMS). Author Joseph Quesnel, of Métis extraction, is a political scientist, journalist ...
  • Tipping point Sreejata Chatterjee, Özge Yeloglu and Darren MacDonald Nova Scotia’s tech sector needs to achieve a critical mass of startups before it can really take off. Some say it’s almost there After developing a tool that could predict system and app failures, Halifax tech firm topLog ...
  • Expand your career upcycling New Brunswick entrepreneur shows how you can upcycle your business Mélanie Paulin Carte Blanche (N.B.) Notable achievement: Featured in Here Magazine, Times & Transcript, Acadie Nouvelle, and Radio-Canada Three years ago, Mélanie Paulin left a career in science to open Carte ...

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