How entrepreneur Coleman Chan turned his class assignment into a tech solution for sports management
The story of how an idea to get sports enthusiasts together using technology went from class project to reality.
Kimberly Tholl is making coworking space affordable in Vancouver
CityHack offers unique coworking spaces in Vancouver and Richmond. By partnering with primary establishments, the company is able to lower the cost.
Five entrepreneurs to inspire you over Small Business Month
October is Small Business Month, and we're celebrating by looking back at some of the entrepreneurs who have inspired us at Apollo Magazine.
Petra Mayer: Investing in self-development means investing in your career
How Mayer's focus on her clients' 'why' has benefited her, and the value of leaning on a network of entrepreneurial advisors.
Free up time for doing “nothing” — your business will thank you
Allowing yourself to remain busy all the time can be counterproductive if you aren't setting aside time for creativity.
Important steps in negotiating a deal
Here are some tips to help you improve your odds of coming out on top in deal negotiation.
Tips on how to mend tense work relationships
There’s no doubt that having positive relationships improves productivity and inspires more creativity and learning.
What to do when a client decides to move on
What to do when a client doesn't want your services any more, and how to prevent that from happening again.
Good leadership means leaving room for interpretation
Good communication is great, but the willingness to leave room for employees to interpret your instructions is necessary if you want to encourage growth.
Brooklyn Wall redefines her passion for yoga as a test of patience
The journey from enthusiast to practitioner for one transplanted yogi from the prairies
How to attract amazing talent to your business
Here’s some helpful advice for small business owners to find the right balance between being flexible about who they want and determining what’s important for the business.