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La bonne communication… un des conseils de Olivier Caré-ActionCoach Québec!

Passionné par l’aviation depuis son plus jeune âge, Olivier Caré a suivi des études d’ingénieur en mécanique aéronautique mais son goût pour l’entrepreneuriat et les technologies de l’information l’ont conduit sur une autre voie.

Ces 25 dernières années, il a donc évolué dans ce domaine, tout d’abord comme Directeur Technique Associé, puis dirigeant d’une entreprise spécialisée dans les Services informatiques pour les PME en France. Le développement de cette structure lui a permis de vivre plusieurs projets d’acquisition, fusion et cession dans un contexte international.

En 2014, il quitte la France pour le Québec afin de rejoindre l’équipe TI d’un grand groupe financier Canadien. Ayant occupé différentes fonctions de gestion dont celle de Directeur de la Sécurité de l’Information, et désireux de lancer un nouveau projet en tant qu’entrepreneur, il quitte le groupe en 2019 pour créer sa structure spécialisée dans l’accompagnement des dirigeants d’entreprises en s’appuyant sur une franchise déployée dans plus de 80 pays (ActionCOACH).

Sa priorité pour la suite de sa carrière est d’associer recherche de sens, respect de ses valeurs et actions en contribuant au développement de l’entreprenariat au sein de sa communauté. On le décrit comme étant rigoureux, professionnel, humain, loyal, curieux, et doté d’une forte capacité d’adaptation.

Marié et père de deux adolescents de 16 ans et 18 ans, il saisit toute l’importance d’avoir un équilibre entre sa vie professionnelle et personnelle.


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Judy Riege is coaching and training everyone from students to athletes to CEOs – Calgary – Canada’s Podcast

Judy Riege of Connected Leaders does coaching and training with everyone from students to athletes to CEOs. She’s basically the Brene Brown of Canada. She’s amazing at addressing some of the challenges business leaders have been facing through the pandemic and how to lead through adversity. She’s articulate and well-spoken. Truly inspiring!


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The power of philanthropy, civic responsibility, public service & the promotion of multiculturalism

Muraly Srinarayanathas is the Executive Chairman of 369 Global Inc., a rapidly growing business conglomerate based in Toronto with interests in education and training, financial services, creative and entertainment, venture capital, and more. Having lived and worked in North America, Europe, South Asia, and Southeast Asia for over 25 years, Muraly possesses not only a strong business acumen but also a unique global perspective and the ability to bring together diverse groups of people around a common goal, which he has termed “The Maestro Mindset”.

Muraly is a strong believer in the power of philanthropy. Ever since he launched his first social purpose business under the guidance of Dr. Muhammad Yunus, the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Muraly has continued to harness his networks to create social change. Inspired by nearly a century-old tradition of philanthropy that first began with his grand-uncle in Jaffna, Sri Lanka and continued with his father, Muraly also oversees the Srinarayanathas Foundation, which supports a wide variety of causes in education, health, and economic empowerment – both in Canada and around the world.

Muraly has a B.A. from the University of Manitoba, an M.B.A. from Southeast University (Bangladesh), an LL.M. from the University of Toronto, and has studied Digital Strategy at the Harvard Business School. In 2017, the Canadian Board Diversity Council named Muraly in its Diversity50 cohort as individuals with the greatest potential to impact Canada’s corporate boards and improve global competitiveness.

Muraly firmly believes in civic responsibility, public service, and the promotion of Canadian multiculturalism. Married with two children, Muraly hopes to build a strong future for his family and community; one where young Canadians (and new Canadians) can fulfill their goals and dreams together.


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Journalism and storytelling with Elisa Birnbaum

A journalist for over 15 years, Elisa Birnbaum has carved a strong niche as a storyteller of social impact. Most recently the author of In the Business of Change, profiling social entrepreneurs around the world and their lessons learned, Elisa is the publisher & editor-in-chief of SEE Change Magazine, a digital publication of social entrepreneurship that she co-founded over eight years ago – and currently hosts its podcast.

Elisa has been a regular columnist on matters of social entrepreneurship for a national newspaper in Canada, the National Post and has been published in the Globe & Mail, Toronto Star, Reuters, Zoomer, Elle Magazine, among other publications. Elisa also works as a communications consultant, helping businesses tell their stories more effectively for greater impact.


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How One Entrepreneur Has Been Supporting the Canadian Food Industry

Ted Grant was born and raised in Halifax, Nova Scotia, the son of a “gourmet cook.” Educated at Dalhousie University, Holland College, University of Prince Edward Island, and the Stratford Chefs School, he spent eight years working as a chef in Calgary, London, New York and Toronto. Ted left the professional kitchen to teach at the Culinary Institute of Canada for three years, and while in Charlottetown he joined the product development arm known as Canada’s Smartest Kitchen. He became a leading expert in developing products for the Atlantic Canadian seafood industry, representing brands on missions to Asia, Europe, and throughout North America. Ted’s passion for Nova Scotia and education brought him home to complete his Masters in Education in 2013 and join the Nova Scotia Community College as Director of Hospitality Programming. In 2016, Ted left the college to join Truleaf Plant Science and GoodLeaf Farms as Chief Product Officer. In 2018, he could not resist the opportunity to create his own entrepreneurial dream, co-founding VIVEAU, which works with local farmers in the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia to create the perfect balance between fruit and water.


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Navigating a merger in a pandemic, & other entrepreneurial lessons with Ownr Co-Founder Shadi McIsaac

Shadi McIsaac is the CEO and Co-Founder of Ownr, an RBC Ventures company that offers a simple and convenient way to register or incorporate a business as well as other tools to help entrepreneurs manage their businesses.

As a daughter of immigrant parents, Shadi saw firsthand how entrepreneurship can give Canadians the opportunity to shape their lives and provide for their families and wanted to build a platform that makes it easy to start. Now, Ownr is the largest platform for incorporating businesses in Canada, with 35,000 new corporations and sole proprietorships who have used the platform to launch and grow their business.


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Forger sa vie entrepreneuriale et contribuer à la croissance des entreprises et des individus

Visage bien connu de la scène numérique québécoise, Charlie Fernandez s’est notamment illustré en tant que directeur des communications du Web à Québec, plus grand événement numérique francophone en Amérique.

Depuis 2017, Charlie se consacre au développement de Studio Réverbère, première agence spécialisée sur Instagram au Canada dont il est le Président et le cofondateur.

Formateur et conférencier avec plus de 100 activités à son actif, Charlie est également l’auteur d’Instagram sans filtre, ouvrage marketing le plus complet publié à ce jour au sujet de ce réseau social.

Entrepreneur, Charlie est également impliqué dans sa communauté puisqu’il agit à titre de mentor pour le réseau Femmessor, mais également à titre d’ambassadeur pour l’entrepreneuriat québécois dans le cadre de la mission économique France 2020 organisée par le Réseau M.

Enfin, Charlie est détenteur d’un baccalauréat en administration des affaires de la London South Bank University et d’une maîtrise en administration des affaires de l’IDRAC Business School dont il est l’ambassadeur au Canada.


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How to control brands, products and everything from the manufacturing to the end-users

Rob Hatch is currently living in Ladysmith BC on a small hobby farm with his family. For Rob, Living on the west coast is the best of both worlds with being a short distance from both the mountains and the ocean. The west coast is what inspired Rob to start his company Big Venture Sales and continues to inspire his brands Crave Stevia and Aromatic Creation. Rob has been working on his businesses for over 30 years and is constantly learning and adapting to the ever-changing world as his business continues to grow.


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Lessons learned in the transition from in-person to online from The Girl Gang

The Girl Gang Canada is an online collective of small, female-forward, Canadian businesses. The mission is to encourage shopping local, shopping Canadian and to help you see that your purchases have POWER. The Girl Gang Canada gives you access to unique goods and provides a platform to showcase the top Canadian creatives and service providers nationwide. Shop local, shop national, shop Canadian.


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Canadians are buying cars online and having them delivered to their door

In 2010, based on his experience working in car dealerships, Cody Green started Canada Drives, enabling Canadians for the first time to get approved for auto financing online.

Fast forward to 2021 – Canada Drives is the fastest growing platform empowering Canadians to buy a vehicle 100% online and have it delivered straight to their door.


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