Business of Change: How Canadian Entrepreneurs Created Success Out of Hardship
Being a business owner means you always have to be prepared to pivot at a dime, even during a global pandemic. Here's a look at how some Canadian entrepreneurs faced the biggest challenge of their career head on and came out on top.
For Mohamed Soliman and his brother Omar, going into business was never about striking it rich, it was about making their father proud.
As an occupational therapist, Kitty Shum always understood the value of self-care but when the pandemic hit, it became clear that sustaining mental health was fast becoming a national priority.
Running a food-focused business is challenging in the best of times but add a pandemic and lockdowns to the mix and these Canadian small business owners have their work cut out for them.
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As a new mom, Melissa Funk never thought she would be able to successfully run a business. She soon realized that with family by her side and a burgeoning digital economy, the opportunities were endless.
Even before 2020 hit, the odds were always stacked against Christina Kotiadis.
A vision, a little luck and plenty of perseverance turned 2020 into a showstopping year for a Toronto artist who now counts the city’s mayor and the Raptors as her biggest fans.
Community and perseverance were the cornerstones that Dakota Brant built her business on, and so it was only natural that the pandemic renewed her sense of responsibility.
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Melanie Harrington ended 2020 much in the same way she started it – reflective and contemplating the future.
A 2020 study of small business owners in Canada finds some fascinating insights about how entrepreneurs are dealing with the pandemic.