Montreal New Tech Wants You On Their Mosaic!
A few months back, Credo published a Startup Report with raw statistics among which you could read that 80% of Montreal startups are men founded. In that sense, Montreal Newtech has been deploying a diversity strategy in line with its mission of feat
Applications for the Montreal Founder Institute Are Now Open
Apply now to World’s Premier Silicon Valley Accelerator Program
iC Entrepreneurs present: Demo Day, Our Way!
iC MTL presents its first ever end of year showcase, highlighting the success of 19 creative entrepreneurs and their ventures.
Turning the Negatives Into Positives During a Business Pitch
What I’ve found through running a firm that helps online business owners sell their companies is that the best move is to get in front of your mistakes and own up to them. However, this can be scary, and you don’t want to destroy a potential deal.
Can’t Handle Rejection? How to Successfully Move Forward With Your Business Endeavors
Rejection, in any setting, is difficult to swallow. For entrepreneurs, it can make or break you. A business plan rejection, a loan rejection, a partnership rejection – you name it.
The Fierce Woman Behind Frenzr
Meet Mariella Katz, the Founder of Frenzr, a social media agency based in Montreal.
3 Steps for Transforming Negative Feedback Into Positive Result
There’s no escaping online ratings and reviews in today’s consumer world. Whether we’re picking a professor or our next meal, we’ve come to not only trust but relish reviews. For better or worse, they’ve utterly usurped our decision-making process. T
3 ways to gain more credibility and trust in business (basically how to get more clients)
This week we’re talking credibility, trust and money. In other words, how gaining your potential clients’ trust can earn you more money.
Fundraising 101: 3 Typical Startup Funding Paths
As a startup, at least one of your goals should be to create a large, valuable company (a valuation of eight to nine figures) in a highly competitive marketplace.
Embracing the Unknown: How I Decided to Found My Own Company
When Cory von Wallenstein’s employer changed from a startup to a growth company, he realized it was time to leave.