There is a quiet revolution happening on PEI and it’s about our children. No they aren’t the ones revolting –… Read more Time for PEI to rethink how we educate our youth.
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My first post examined some forthcoming research which suggests the development of the social investment market may…
This article was first written in 2007 but I felt it was relevant in 2014 as we move more local,… Read more Social Entrepreneurship: The Case for Definition (SSIR)
I am so grateful for the blessings of family, friends and business in the past two years. In 2014 I… Read more Today is a great day to dream big! My strategy for 2014.
A couple of years ago I read Clay Shirky’s “Here comes everybody“. In case you haven’t heard about it, the… Read more Here comes everybody – is there a need for formal associations anymore?
TL;DR version. Know your brand’s overarching meta-story. Align your communication, marketing and business development efforts with your brand’s core, and…
The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) recently declared “The crisis in Syria is the largest humanitarian operation in… Read more This is the story of collaboration
Yes! BID Inc has just signed up to host a Round Table Discussion during Global Entrepreneurship Week as part of… Read more Canadian Mentorship Challenge
There are now 15 coffee shops and cafes within a 1km radius of downtown Charlottetown. 1. Starbucks (University Avenue) 2.… Read more Downtown Charlottetown – Coffee shops now total 15
We are pleased to announce 2 new international interns to BID Inc. Our first intern is Itunu Oremade, an MBA… Read more Welcome to BID Inc. Itunu and Vinod!