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Structure of Canada’s Private Sector

February 28, 2014

This report was seen as a required synopsis of issues facing Canadian innovators; it gives a high-level overview of the current state of Canadian innovation. Analysis from the 2011 National Angel Summit presented some implications for small business and the role of SMEs (Small to Medium Enterprises) in Canadian R&D. Source

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Tablet Takeover

January 6, 2014

First introduced by Microsoft in 1999, many reviewed the Tablet PC as a toy. With the release of Apple’s iPad in 2010, the mobile computing world has been consumed with tablets — mobile devices bigger than a smartphone, but smaller than a laptop; with the power of a computer, and portability of a smartphone. Source

The Complete Digital Experience

The Complete Digital Experience

August 31, 2013

We’re a pretty visual bunch of people, so rather than bore you with the usual blub about our agency, the graphic tells you everything you’ll probably want to know – who we are, what we do, who we work with and how to get in touch. Source

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In This Day And Wage

March 4, 2013

Compensation is a critical component of why we work, and as the knowledge worker has evolved, so has compensation. Company perks, additional paid time off, and retention bonuses have all become commonplace and have changed the way the millennial generation expects compensation for their work. Source

The Greening Of America

The Greening Of America’s Companies

May 16, 2012

For the enterprise, the focus on sustainability is not just about saving the planet; it’s about saving money and impacting the bottom line, too. As major companies like Wal-Mart introduce sustainable business practices to the mainstream, it may soon transform the way we think about going green. Source