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2020/01/20 - PHIL by FL Fuller Landau MTL
Published 07/22/21
Running a hockey franchise sounds glamourous but like any other business, it requires hard work, persistence and energy. John Struthers shares with us the difficulties in fighting for sponsorship revenues, the on and off-ice relationships between teams, and the importance of splitting critical tasks between partners.
Published 07/22/21
Acquisitions are an important part of the growth of a business and these entrepreneurs have survived several. Sébastien Fournier of Kadrium by Interfonction shares with us his thoughts on company valuations, the benefits of sharing salary grids, and how there is no such thing as a turnkey ERP.
Published 07/21/21
Businesses are borne out of an entrepreneur’s need to fill a void in the marketplace. Nicolas Morency of PreVu3D will share how listening to his customers helped shape the product, the benefit to get proper legal agreements from the start, and what worked for him when it came to the pitch.
Published 07/21/21
First remote broadcasting of Today’s Entrepreneur, a special edition on crisis management, to help entrepreneurs, executives, managers and other leaders handle the Covid-19 pandemic in their workplace. Hear several experts including Micheline Maillet, Ernie Furt, and Daniel Martz from EQ Care discuss crisis management, human resources, tax and technology
Published 07/21/21
This week, our panel will answer questions like “Should I be proactive with my banker?”, “Will I be able to make an insurance claim?”, “Can I modify contract terms?”, and “How do I manage staff working from home?” with host Dan Delmar and Josh Miller, tonight at 7pm on CJAD 800 Montreal.
Published 07/21/21
This week, our panel will answer questions like “Should I be proactive with my banker?”, “Will I be able to make an insurance claim?”, “Can I modify contract terms?”, and “How do I manage staff working from home?” with host Dan Delmar and Josh Miller, tonight at 7pm on CJAD 800 Montreal.
Published 07/21/21
Our panel addressed issues with labour law and layoffs, preparing for the worst from a financial perspective (with Patrick Sullivan), the insurance controversy, and the latest in governments stimulus packages (with PJ Moraitis), along with host Dan Delmar and Josh Miller.
Published 07/21/21
This week we talk PR with Torchia communications & TNKR Media, we hear how La Sirene de la Mer and our own FL have adapted to the current normal, and from Cirka Distilleries as they pivoted from making spirits to hand sanitizer. With hosts Dan Delmar and Josh Miller on CJAD 800 Montreal.
Published 07/21/21
Nick talks about accessing the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (#CERB), whether you're self-employed, a laid-off worker, a business owner, someone whose hours have been cut, etc. 
Published 07/21/21
This week we talk PR with Torchia communications & TNKR Media, we hear how La Sirene de la Mer and our own FL have adapted to the current normal, and from Cirka Distilleries as they pivoted from making spirits to hand sanitizer. With hosts Dan Delmar and Josh Miller on CJAD 800 Montreal.
Published 07/21/21
Nick, Tax Partner at FL discusses the new Canada Emergency Response Benefit (#CERB) introduced by the Federal Government to help workers and businesses
Published 07/21/21
David Côté of LOOP Mission is a buzzworthy entrepreneur attracting a lot of attention for buying loads of ugly fruit. He will tell us about the unwanted fruits and veggies used in his juicing business, his dedication to a circular economy and the power of direct-to-consumer in difficult times.
Published 07/21/21
While this renown Japanese restaurant was a success from the beginning, not all concepts have worked. Following a closure of another concept, Junichi Ikematsu shares the mistakes they are looking to avoid with their newest concept, and how they found the right working mix between Eastern and Western cultures.
Published 07/21/21
Maxime Gauthier Bourbonnais from Merinio discusses artificial intelligence for workplace scheduling; how it can simplify ever-changing staffing requirements, predict and manage absenteeism, and ensure timely two-way communication with employees.
Published 07/21/21
Angelo Rubino of Rubino Shoes discusses family business transition, upscale positioning with getting back to brands, and moving from physical locations to online sales.
Published 07/21/21
Sam Younès from Altium Wealth Architecture tells us about the benefits of a Family Office, Investment Management in today’s volatile marketplace, and creating his own independent investment firm.
Published 07/21/21
Annick D’Amours of 3 femmes et un coussin tells us about the value of entering business contests, the fact that handshake deals do work, and what happens when you lose a business partner.
Published 07/21/21
Annick D’Amours of 3 femmes et un coussin tells us about the value of entering business contests, the fact that handshake deals do work, and what happens when you lose a business partner.
Published 07/21/21
Zach Khazzam of Rite Way Freight Ltd tells us about the trials and tribulations of establishing a transportation and logistics company, the joys of a family-owned and operated business model, and adapting to dramatic changes in market conditions.
Published 07/21/21
Jean-Luc Lavergne, from Lavergne, on upcycling plastic; supplying international giants like Keurig and HP with clean, recycled resins for manufacturing parts; he started a social enterprise in Haiti, employing locals to recover plastic bottles from canals, roadsides and ocean shores, to be transformed into parts for electronics.
Published 06/21/21
Richard Morin, VP and co-founder at Zorah Biocosmetics tells us about finding inspiration in Morocco for a new product line made with Argan oil; being dedicated to using organic, eco-friendly and fair-trade products; taking recycling to new heights; and last but not least, commiting to producing everything locally.
Published 06/12/21
Anthony Broccolini, COO of Broccolini Construction tells us about the growth of a 70+-year-old family business, from building and selling their first home for 16,000$ 60 years ago, to expanding into many new markets, with 3 generations of Broccolinis managing over 400 employees in Quebec and Ontario.
Published 06/07/21
Simon Berman and Jeffrey Climan, from CLICKSPACE, will tell us about their innovative idea to offer e-commerce entrepreneurs knowledge, expertise and logistics, all under one roof, helping clients scale up while focusing on growing their business.
Published 05/22/21