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Succeeding in Today’s Economy

Is your business prepared to deal with the realities of the new economy? Organizations that can effectively deal with the new challenges and problems have a chance to really thrive. Durham College Corporate Training Services is hosting a breakfast seminar to help businesses understand the underlying factors driving the global marketplace and what to do about them. The seminar will guide you through the key ideas around building a strategy, understanding innovation and using tools that will improve your business performance.

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Business Owners Invited To Complete Transition-Planning Survey

“Given the demographics of those who own and operate small- and medium-sized businesses, there is considerable concern over the economic and social impact of their retirements. The majority of SMEs expect to exit their businesses within the next 10 years and business owners, for the most part, have not carried out adequate planning for their succession. Most do not plan. Those who are planning are doing so informally and often neglect the primary obstacles to success” (Canadian Federation of Independent Business, Research Paper, ‘Succession Can Breed Success’, June 2005).


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Teri Hatcher Live in Toronto

Live in Toronto, Tuesday, March 4, 2008 at the “Powerwithin for Women Leadership Series”, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Emmy nominated, Golden Globe Award winning actress and author Teri Lynn Hatcher first gained attention for her role as Lois Lane in the television series Lois & Clark, and nabbing a role on the darkly, comedic soap opera “Desperate Housewives”. The show turned out to be a mega hit, which sky rocketed Hatcher to the A-list. Hatcher won both a golden Globe for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series and the SAG award for Female Actor in a Comedy Series before the show’s first season ended.

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Episode Three: The One Where We Become Powerful In Our Journey

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The Greater Oshawa Chamber of Commerce CEO Nancy Shaw discusses membership with the Chamber.