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Montreal, QC (PRWeb) How can you be better and do better as an entrepreneur? Take Uncle Ralph’s advice, and learn from the mistakes of others.
So, who is Uncle Ralph? He is the role assumed by business expert Delvin R. Chatterson to be the consultant, advisor, coach, cheerleader, support team and empathetic guru struggling entrepreneurs need to succeed. Chatterson’s new book, “Don’t Do It the Hard Way,” shares the stories of veteran entrepreneurs through conversations with Uncle Ralph to enlighten readers on countless vital secrets to success.
Toronto, ON (PRWeb) Digital marketers and search marketing professionals in Toronto and Montreal are invited to attend two events in November presented by Search Engine Marketing Professionals Organization (SEMPO) along with Bing Canada, Acquisio and gShift. These educational events feature leading-edge insights and trends from Canada’s top entrepreneurs and search marketing leaders.
Hamilton, ON (PRLog) As we fall into the last quarter of the year, an all too familiar situation that many entrepreneurs find themselves in is rearing its ugly head: overload. With year end fast approaching and the busyness of the holidays just around the corner, what used to seem like plenty of time nine months ago is now a case of, “Holy you-know-what!
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