Business Voice

Latest Issue: June 2019

Cover story

Building capacity

June 4, 2019

Ulnooweg's business development extends beyond the business community - their community impact starts with youngsters.

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Positive business environment

Efficiency Nova Scotia programs give local entrepreneurs a leg up

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Member Profile

How one restaurant owner is using his culture and love of food to keep Halifax well fed

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Trends

Find the method that works for you

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Trends

My business, my baby!

June 4, 2019

Steps to set your business up for success once you exit

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Trends

Networking is changing

June 4, 2019

Connector program aims to introduce qualified workers to the hidden job market

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Trends

The YMCA debuts series of women’s workshops for newcomers to Canada.

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Trends

International students are an ideal way to grow our workforce: they are well-educated, they speak English or French, they have adapted to Canadian society and they are familiar with our culture.

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The road to retention

May 1, 2019

Study and Stay™ program helping Nova Scotia retain students.

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Today’s employees seeking flexibility, wellness, purposeful work.

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What’s in it for me?

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Simple steps for providing a safe, inclusive space for your customers.

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How ballet and business can improve the labour shortage.

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Hire international talent Fill your company's labour gaps

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Is it a win-win for you and your community?

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Dalhousie Capstone group helps local start-up cidery develop a sustainable business plan

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What it takes to be a salesperson in today’s world

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Still room to improve

February 1, 2019

On the value and power of engaging with women of colour in business

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Trends

Ransomware attacks

July 1, 2018

Are local businesses safe from cyberattacks? With the ability to leak, encrypt and lock all business assets from employees, ransomware attacks are becoming a serious problem for businesses. Canadian businesses get up to 1,600 ransomware attacks per day.

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Trends

Why do small businesses need cyber security? Cyberattacks on businesses are becoming more frequent news items. Only about a quarter of small business owners have had an outside party test their computer systems to ensure they are hacker-proof.

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Trends

Blockchain demystified

July 1, 2018

New technology could revolutionize commerce. It seemed to be all about online monetary transactions and in the very early stages of adoption. But it’s here — and likely in your industry. You should start paying attention to blockchain technology.

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