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Fall 2014 edition 

inBusiness 2014

 

Contributors:
Bryan Borzykowski
Lorne Bridgman
Diane Jermyn
Matthew Kirby
Vicky Lam
Judith Pereira
Diane Peters
Chelsea Robinson
Graham Roumieu
John Ruffolo
Studio Toki
Ryan Szulc
Natasha V
Mike Watier

Innovation Special Issue

 

Innovation can be a key element to long-term success. Without it, a business and its people can stagnate. In this issue of inBusiness, you’ll read incredible stories of Canadian companies that have used innovative approaches to problems to propel growth. When you read these stories, think of ways that you and your business can be more innovative. Big change often starts with a bright idea!

 

Some stories in this edition:

 

Secrets of innovative companies

Secrets of innovative companies [PDF 5MB]
13 ingenious ways to succeed, from companies like David's Tea and Wattpad.

 

Fearless of failure

Fearless of failure: Canadian toy gurus on the art of trial and error [PDF 5MB]
How Spin Master throws lots of toys at the wall (like Bakugan, Air Hogs and Flutterbye Flying Fairies) to see what sticks: a corporate culture that embraces risk. 

 

Corporate reinvention

Corporate reinvention: from gadgets to tablets [PDF 5MB]
Tech giant Hipstreet took just 90 days to gear up for a battle against market-leaders Apple and Samsung. Here's how incremental innovation pushed them through. 

 

Big ideas

Big ideas: passionate about innovation [PDF 5MB]
Our new columnist, venture capital veteran John Ruffolo, on the state of innovation in Canada and what it takes to foster more of it. 

 

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inBusiness provides meaningful business insights to Canada’s private company owners and operators. Produced by KPMG Enterprise, in partnership with The Globe and Mail, it is available as a magazine as well as an electronic newsletter.