Business Voice

Latest Issue: February 2020

Cover story

Doing diversity right

February 4, 2020

Halifax-area diversity expert Ann Divine says it is for the benefit of everyone, everywhere and that the people who get on board stand to not only feel good about helping to create equitable work opportunities, but also capitalize on them.

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Skilled workforce

Beyond bricks and mortar

February 4, 2020

Diversity in procurement adds value to construction process

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Member Profile

All about the people

February 4, 2020

NTT Data prioritizes people, as its offerings grow in Halifax and beyond

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Guest Post

A Halifax for all

February 4, 2020

Entering a new decade with new purpose

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Guest Post

A recent graduate from halfway around the world is adding diversity and sharing her world-view perspective at Atlantic Canada’s oldest market research company.

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Troy Lutz, CTO of Halifax-based Summa Financial Services Inc., shares how small businesses can get smarter about saving time and money in 2020 with four recommendations to start focusing on growing their business rather than getting lost in the numbers.

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On Thursday, Oct.17, the Sackville Business Association hosted their annual Business Breakfast & Business Awards. Almost 200 business owners gathered together to enjoy breakfast and listen to guest speaker Tareq Hadhad, owner of Peace by Chocolate.

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Guest Post

Creating a cleaner climate

December 2, 2019

Actions against climate change present opportunities for Nova Scotia

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Guest Post

How to make the most of your brand’s image online

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Welcoming talent to Halifax

November 1, 2019

How we’re growing our city’s economy through people power

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Good business practices through better understanding.

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Real estate leaders attend training session in Halifax learning how to serve international clientele.

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Your brand’s presence on the search engine results page (SERP) can often be the first impression a user will have of your brand.

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Hana hired Laurie Starr with her freshly-minted master’s degree from Dalhousie’s Marine Management program. Two years later, she’s been promoted to Manager of Operations.

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GTO provides a salary incentive to small businesses, start-ups, social enterprises, and non-profits who commit to hiring a recent post-secondary graduate. Employers receive 25% of a grad’s first year salary and 12.5% of the grad’s second year salary.

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Tedx talks are about “Ideas Worth Spreading” and Halifax has some big ideas for you. The 12 presenters at the April 9 event are in some way leaders in our community, so their talks are relatable and relevant to you, the local audience.

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Innovation and inclusion are the driving forces for the city’s global expansion

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CGS helps start, grow and connect social enterprises that are making serious social and environmental impacts within communities. With the help of the Graduate to Opportunity (GTO) program they were able to hire both girls.

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Guest Post

Taking the initiative

January 3, 2019

The Graduate to Opportunity program helped more than 720 grads get jobs in their fields in Nova Scotia over the past three years alone.

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The Retail Transformation is here. Read through REWHYS Business Solutions' take on e-commerce and how the retail industry is staying relevant in the tech-based business world.

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Our friends at the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council (APEC) unveiled their latest annual economic outlook recently. Halifax Partnership's Chief Economist tells us what it means for Nova Scotia and Canada.

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