Nominate a Student Entrepreneur Today! The Student Entrepreneur National Competition has officially opened! Help us spread the word. The Student Entrepreneur National Competition is a great opportunity for young Canadian entrepreneurs to network, compete and showcase their business to industry leaders across Canada. There are also ten prizes of $1,000 for successful nominees from across Canada, and our grand prize of $10,000
By: Julie King Over the next two months the York Small Business Enterprise Centre (YSBEC) has a great line-up of 10 events. Events like these are a great place to learn, meet peers and build your business networks. While a business card is still the most common way of exchanging contact information, the rise of online technologies has created the
Y2 is an open mic pitch competition with a focus on youth health, financial literacy, and tech literacy. You will have the opportunity to present your pitch, then join with like-minded individuals and develop your product with the help of coaches. Y2 is York Region’s premier startup event to explore and develop ideas. Y2 is an event where teams turn
Reviewing the Economic Development Action Plan York Region is an attractive location for residents and business investment. Along with the opportunities the Region represents, there are challenges both at the macro-economic level and within the Region itself that must be faced to ensure future continued success. The Regions’ economy is not immune to the impacts of things such as
Congratulations to two more YSBEC’s successful Starter Company applicants – Nicole Weston and Nicole Woodruff. These youth entrepreneurs will now receive business training, mentorship and grant money to help them launch or expand business operations. Professional Lifestyle Services Nicole Weston of Professional Lifestyle Services offers leadership and empowerment tools through a variety of wellness services to guide and empower you to achieve love, passion, excellence and success
By: Julie King In the last two articles I looked at three types of Management Information System (MIS) reports that smaller companies can use to boost the profitability of their company. Yet reports are only as good as the people who create them and people often resist steps that could highlight their weaknesses. To be successful, strong leadership is needed.