Imagine taking your child’s piggy bank to the next level! Alior Bank is doing just that via the launch of banking services for children under 13. And this container could hold more than just a few coins! Keep Reading
Bastien Poulain, the creator of 1642 Cola, left France to gain work experience abroad. But then: he tripped over a carpet of lilies carpet in Quebec … enough for him to establish his soft drinks business! (Extracted from devenirentrepreneur.com, 18 May 2016) Keep Reading
A study by Tech.eu and unveiled in exclusivity shows an explosion of investment in France since the beginning of the year. (Extract from Les Echos, 09.03.2016) Keep Reading
Anges Québec is always looking for innovative projects and looking for entrepreneurs to realize them. It is with great enthusiasm that its founder and CEO François Gilbert gives an overview of his actions to website devenirentrepreneur.com on 27 mai 2016.
The labor market remains constantly dynamic. Startups powered by innovative ideas and some opportunists were able to benefit from it. They offer services to help young companies improve efficiency, optimize their spending and resources. Others have set up projects and fabulous software to boost the efficiency of services. They are known as a reference site in the business sector. Keep Reading
It is the frenzy. Like a gold rush, startups specializing in service delivery tear each other apart in San Francisco. Although the competition is fierce there, startups powered by great ideas have the opportunity to work their way towards a bright future in the sector. Business Insider, which has become a reference site in the area of business in the United States, gave an overview of these very promising startups to watch closely in 2016.
Elena Faita arrived in Quebec with her family in 1954 at the age of 7 years. Shortly after their arrival, her father and her brothers founded the Dante hardware, the then first Italian hardware store in Montreal. Young Elena could see her family’s investment in this project, and that’s how she discovered two basic values of entrepreneurship: rigor and passion. (Article extracted from devenirentrepreneur.com, 2 mai 2016)
In the small town of less than 5,000 inhabitants of the Centre-of-Québec; Valmetal exports its automated feeding systems for dairy farms around the globe. David Vallieres is Vice President, Sales and Marketing at Valmetal, the family business that was started by his parents in the early eighties. David and his two brothers are actively involved in the expansion of the business. Keep Reading
Social entrepreneurship is now booming. Samuel Gervais, the founder of The Esplanade, a collaborative work space and a social enterprise incubator, talks about a trend that seems built to last. Keep Reading