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Connie Stacey is the Owner of Growing Greener Innovations, talks about the future of energy storage – Edmonton – Canada’s Podcast

Connie Stacey is the Owner of Growing Greener Innovations (GGI), a Canadian energy technology company focused on engineering and manufacturing batteries, battery management systems, and battery energy storage solutions for residential, commercial and industrial customers. GGI holds the patent for stackable battery packs that can be clicked together like LEGO™️ to meet any power demand, without the aid of a technician. It’s this technology that forms the basis of the GRENGINE™️ Power System. In addition to its patented battery technology, GGI is further developing its Smart Switch, a smart battery/grid management system that will address issues such as peak shaving, voltage optimization, load balancing, charge/discharge optimization, and time-of-use, resulting in lower greenhouse gas emissions, lower overall energy use, longer-lived batteries and substantial cost savings for large-scale energy users in high-fee regions.

Recently the company won the first prize of $50,000 from The Forum’s Pitch for the Purse competition. The Forum was previously known as Forum for Women Entrepreneurs.


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Ed DePrato life-long entrepreneur shares how his unique business model is proving to be a winner

Ed DePrato is a life-long entrepreneur. His ability to see great opportunities, tenacity, and willingness to put in sweat equity have led him to his most recent venture of launching Sweetly Real Estate in Edmonton, Alberta.

Ed offers his advice for up-and-coming entrepreneurs, what traits he sees in himself that make him a great entrepreneur, and discusses how Sweetly has worked well for Edmonton home buyers during the pandemic.


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Giselle Denis is a Performance Painter Engaging People in the Process of Her Work

Giselle Denis is a performance painter at the Fairmont Hotel Macdonald in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada & the Raffles Hotel Dubai in the UAE. She enjoys engaging people in the process of her work answering questions about where she gets her inspiration and about her creative process. All the work she creates live is for sale and guests often purchase her art on the spot while she is making it before their eyes.

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Kirk Zembal, Co-Founder of Blindman Brewing, Creates Craft Beer Using the Best Local Ingredients That Support the Places and People of the Area

Kirk Zembal is co-founder of Blindman Brewing based in Lacombe, Alberta. Blindman Brewing has a small taproom located in Lacombe, with their beer distributed throughout Alberta and beyond The create innovative, quality, flavorful craft beer using the best local ingredients that support the places and people of the area.

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Former Olympian Jamie Salé on Dealing with COVID-19, and the Connection Between Sports & Business

Jamie Salé, former Olympic gold medalist and world champion in figure skating, is a motivational coach and speaker in Edmonton. She talks about being an entrepreneur, the connection between sports and business, and dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Canada’s Podcast Host Mario Toneguzzi Reflects on His Time in Quarantine with COVID-19

Mario Toneguzzi, our Calgary host, talks about some of the lessons he’s learned working in quarantine with COVID-19. Great perceptions which we can all learn from.

Lilly Wang Discusses the Human Experience and Staying Positive During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Lilly Wang of Lilly Wang Coaching in Edmonton is driven to help people take an entrepreneurial, creative, and still a systematized approach to achieving their goals. She works as a consultant and coach include partnerships with the World Health Organization (the United Nations), the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and multiple startups and grassroots projects around the world. In addition to this corporate, or “serious” background, she has also trained with top thought leaders in the realm of personal & business development and quantum physics (universal laws).

Pierre Cleroux Chief Economist at Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) Discusses COVID-19’s Impact on Small Businesses Across Canada

Pierre Cleroux, Chief Economist with BDC (Business Development Bank of Canada), talks to Canada’s Podcast about the devastating impact COVID-19 (coronavirus) is having on small businesses across the country, how the bank is helping out and advice for entrepreneurs to survive this crisis.

Brian Kingston Discusses the Issues Businesses are Dealing with as a Result of COVID-19

Brian Kingston, Vice President of Business Council Canada speaks to Canada’s Podcast about the issues business are dealing with as a result of COVID-19, government’s response to the crisis and BCC’s position & recommendations.

Canada’s Podcast and Perceptible Discuss the COVID-19 Crisis and Breaking Through the Isolation

COVID-19 is challenging and impacting entrepreneurs across Canada. Many of us are wondering how our businesses will make it through the weeks and months ahead. Canada’s Podcast will be introducing new items and opinions from some of Canada’s leading entrepreneurs, past guests and our own team. We can learn from each other by sharing our experiences and learning from each other. As a community, we are in this together. Today, Calgary host Bonnie Elgie chats with Leandro Dumlao and Philip Bliss, the two gentlemen behind Canada’s Podcast and its parent company, Perceptible Group.