Progress Magazine

Past Issues

  • 2008-04-01


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A beautiful mix of business and pleasure

Atlantic Canadian venues offer a place where minds can meet creatively
by Tom Mason

Big ideas

The prosperity agenda for Atlantic Canada
by Tom Mason

People we love

Atlantic Canadian leaders and entrepreneurs
by Amanda Leslie

Talent and tenacity

Raised Media has landed major clients in Canada and the U.S. by coming up with creative content that's the opposite of boilerplate
by Kathleen Martin
Views on the big picture from the publisher.

Shoot for the moon

I recently heard a story about how John F. Kennedy mobilized innovation and entrepreneurship in the early 1960s in the United States. The Russians...
by Neville Gilfoy
Perspective on business trends.

In the hot seat

Regional fracking legislation is confusing and divisive. Is Nova Scotia's moratorium dismissing the potential for rural jobs and royalty revenue?
by Quentin Casey

Satisfied isn't enough

Entrepreneurs need to understand what their employees require in order to be engaged. Do you?
by Mike Randall

Speaking out loud

Even Churchill and Kennedy had to work hard to become great presenters. With the right training and focus, you can improve too
by David Holt
Tools and ideas for building your brand.

A paradigm shift for orthopedic surgery

Reza Ektesabi discusses his breakthrough technique for producing an artificial bone
by Tom Mason

On with the show

Nikki Jafari on the growth of the Iranian Business Trade Show
by Corey Poirier

Recruiting top-notch talent

The international business program at NSCC is delivering job-ready graduates
by Allison Lawlor

Ask our money expert

I've had a great year. Sales have grown year-over-year, and profitability continues to increase. Consequently, I have excess cash. What should I consider?
by Wendy Brookhouse

Tax time

Don't overlook these new rules, credits, and exemptions
by Chris Rafuse

Time is money

Cloud technology is helping one Halifax business cut costs the right way
by Sara Leslie
Back page
Last, but certainly not least, is what Jim Meek is saying

Words from the wise

While the rest of Canada splits into powerful regional blacks, our four little duchies on the East Coast stumble toward ruin
by Jim Meek