Progress Magazine

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  • 2008-04-01


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Leading the way

This year's impressive crop of Innovation in Practice finalists are building communities, changing lives, and teaching us all by example
by Tom Mason

Paying it forward

An innovative NBCC program recognizes the importance of service to socio-economic growth
by Rayanne Brennan
Views on the big picture from the publisher.

X-ray vision

The concept behind growing an economy isn’t driven by government or economic development agencies. Don’t get me wrong—those groups...
by Neville Gilfoy
Perspective on business trends.

Be happy, get smart

Want to inspire your team so they perform better? Find ways to make them feel good about their work and each other
by David Holt

Come to the cafe

Engage NB's simple and flexible public-engagement format ensures that every citizen is heard
by Mike Randall

Global celebration

The Mount's Centre for Women in Business spotlights connecting at home and abroad during its International Women's Day event
by Janna Macgregor

Making company culture a family affair

Archway Insurance has reaped the rewards of corporate cohesion
by Tom Mason
Tools and ideas for building your brand.

Dare to be different

Dave Carroll on turning his customer-service experience into a business model and the impact of a viral video
by Corey Poirier

Hitting a high note

Symphony Nova Scotia balances artistic quality with financial stability
by Amanda Leslie

Nice guys finish first

Small business wins big for customer satisfaction
by Sara Leslie

No silver bullet

Serial entrepreneur and angel investor Dan Martell highlights the basics - work hard, be driven by passion, and build a community
by Kathleen Martin
Big Idea

A world of possibility

Aerospace and defence is heating up in New Brunswick
by Tom Mason

Ask our money expert

I work on my own. I could generate more sales if I had an assistant, but if I hire someone full-time, it will take time to bring them up to speed and get more sales to cover their pay. How can I bridge the gap?
by Wendy Brookhouse

Before you get started

Points to ponder before beginning your entrepreneurial journey
by Chris Rafuse
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Last, but certainly not least, is what Jim Meek is saying

Just do it

There are ways out of our economic doldrums
by Jim Meek