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Adam Haroun is the owner of The XFactor Agency, a boutique design firm that helps service professionals develop a brand to captivate and attract their ideal clients – both online and offline
Adam Haroun is the owner of The XFactor Agency, a boutique design firm that helps service professionals develop a brand to captivate and attract their ideal clients – both online and offline

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Take chances but don't go it alone, says student entrepreneur Add to ...

Adam Haroun, co-owner of The XFactor Agency and a student at Concordia University in Montreal, has been named a 2011 student entrepreneur Quebec champion by Advancing Canadian Entrepreneurship (ACE) and CIBC.

The boutique design firm helps service professionals develop a brand to captivate and attract their ideal clients – both online and offline. Services offered include brand identity design, online presence development (websites and social media) along with the creation of print media and marketing materials.

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In the latest of a series of monthly podcasts with ACE honourees, see link on left, he spoke with Diane Jermyn about how he's handling the rapid growth of his company and the importance of strong team members and mentors.

"It is so important to not try to do it all on your own," he said in an interview. He also underscored his philosophy around taking chances and calculated risks.

Mr. Haroun was online now to take your questions in a live discussion.

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