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Unleashing the power of entrepreneurship for all

Entrepreneurs, innovators and SMBs are more than just the backbone of our economy. They’re the gas pedal helping us navigate uncertainty and accelerate positive change. As Canada looks down the road to recovery, entrepreneurs will be absolutely crucial to helping us build back better and to disrupting and shaping the future towards an innovation economy that delivers long-term, sustainable growth.

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“I hope all political parties will clearly articulate their economic growth strategies and put them front and centre in their platforms.” Goldy Hyder’s latest LinkedIn article is the first in a series focused on ideas to ensure Canada’s long-term economic success.

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The 60-year-old startup: How Magna stays agile in a fast-changing industry

July 1, 2021

Canada’s Magna International is a $40 billion company that employs more than 158,000 people in 28 countries. Yet in the eyes of its CEO, it’s really “a 60-year-old startup”.

July 1, 2021

Canada’s Magna International is a $40 billion company that employs more than 158,000 people in 28 countries. Yet in the eyes of its CEO, it’s really “a 60-year-old startup”.

Scaling up: why Canada needs a startup mindset

June 17, 2021

Mallorie Brodie, the CEO and co-founder of Kitchener, Ont.-based Bridgit Inc., says Canadians have a “level of discomfort” when it comes to taking risks, but it’s essential when scaling up a business.

June 17, 2021

Mallorie Brodie, the CEO and co-founder of Kitchener, Ont.-based Bridgit Inc., says Canadians have a “level of discomfort” when it comes to taking risks, but it’s essential when scaling up a business.

Pressing the reset button on capitalism: how to build a more inclusive society

June 3, 2021

Desjardins CEO Guy Cormier explains why it’s time to press the reset button on capitalism

June 3, 2021

Desjardins CEO Guy Cormier explains why it’s time to press the reset button on capitalism

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