After being forced to move his business just before the pandemic, owner Mohamed Ali Abdo dug deep and found a way to keep his entrepreneurial dream alive.
Bright side of business
The Bright Side of Business: Code Youth receives funding to empower at-risk youth with tech-sector training
An Ottawa not-for-profit is helping at-risk youth land jobs in the city’s booming tech sector by tackling barriers to education and employment through its programming.
The family-run firm's handiwork can be seen on buildings housing Amazon, Canopy Growth, Ciena and the Ottawa Paramedic Service.
Video marketing agency marks milestone with move to well-known Civic Pharmacy building on Carling Avenue and sweeps up another award
With a focus on 'fusion' burgers and 'bringing fries to the forefront,' the restaurant chain has grown a following in Ottawa and Toronto while navigating the pandemic.
The family enterprise is still going strong with a new expansion in the works
In partnership with the Wabano Centre, the local firm is expanding its coffee-and-chocolate package service beyond Ottawa
Starting with a small downtown shop, the family-run enterprise now includes two thriving stores
The Bright Side of Business: Centretown salon owner Gamal Rahman combines hairstyling with love for art
Owner of the Connoisseur Art and Hair Studio offers free lessons to community amid pandemic downturn
The Bright Side of Business: Fashion industry entrepreneur Stacey Martin looks to ‘scale in a big way’
More than a decade after launching her clothing line, the Ottawa entrepreneur is raising capital and striking international marketing partnerships.