Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015 8:41AM EST
Life is about to get a little easier for entrepreneurs working at Digital Media Zone at Ryerson University and OneEleven in Toronto, as well as Waterloo’s Communitech, as the incubators announce a partnership that will provide cohorts access to all three facilities.
With bustling startup communities just a couple of hours across Ontario’s highway 401, the new partnership hopes to make the journey a little more productive for busy entrepreneurs, while inspiring further collaboration between the two cities.More »
Friday, Jan. 16, 2015 9:53AM EST
With Target announcing its departure from Canada, small businesses will be feeling a variety of effects, both positive and negative, in the immediate and long term.
While the exit of the American retail chain does leave a void that can be readily filled by local small businesses, some Canadian entrepreneurs have come to rely on Target to act as a flagship attraction for malls and other shopping spaces, while others depended on Target to stock their products.More »
Sean Stanleigh is the product manager of Report on Small Business. His goal is to make ROSB the primary destination for readers in search of information and compelling stories about Canada's small-business community, which continues to grow in size and influence. Mr. Stanleigh has an extensive background in journalism, including a number of senior editing positions at The Globe and Mail and The Toronto Star.