Attracting and retaining millennials is crucial to solving the ongoing labour crisis that’s left businesses struggling to find sufficient staff, says Altaf Sovani.
“A question many ask us is, ‘How did Dragons’ Den go?’ What they mean is … did you get a deal? Yes! We got a
“Gaby, Mike, let’s get you hooked up with the microphones, you are up in 10 minutes.” In this segment, Ottawa entrepreneur Mike Karpishka describes facing
“What we really need to focus on now is our numbers. What’s the ask? If it’s too high, you lose credibility. If it’s too low,
Co-owner and vice-president of marketing, Steve Wilson, tells OBJ that Escape Manor is ready to get back to in-person business in a big way, thanks
Ottawa entrepreneurs Mike Karpishka and Gaby Saucedo, who made the cut for this season of CBC’s Dragons’ Den, share what it was like to prepare
From bees to cheese and boating to bus tours, 55 tourism businesses in the Ottawa and Prescott-Russell region have received funding to help them recover
Despite a surge in domestic travel this summer, sector’s recovery still lags behind that of other big Canadian cities, officials argue.