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Entrepreneur Of The Week: Susan Watkin An accountant puts aside the numbers for a moment to get schooled in marketing her business.
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Entrepreneur Of The Week: Melissa Dimock Melissa Dimock, the owner of Bytown Beanery a coffee micro-roastery operating on a roast-to-order basis, has this advice for other entrepreneurs.
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Entrepreneur Of The Week: Sheree Wells Sheree Wells, owner of Travelbug Baby Equipment Rentals, has sage advice for other entrepreneurs on how to set your expectations about business growth.
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Entrepreneur Of The Week: Kimberly Ignas Entrepreneur of the week Kimberly Ignas is a Holistic Nutritionist and owner of Appreciating Health, a business that focuses on good food and health.
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