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Chamber Releases Q1 2024 Kingston Council Report Card

Chamber Releases Q1 2024 Kingston Council Report Card The Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce is pleased to unveil their 1st Quarter 2024 Kingston City Council Report Card.  The document is the result of work by the Chamber’s member-led advocacy committee and Chamber staff. “In 2024 we continue to track the motions that are directly related…

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Budget 2024: Capital gains pains

Budget 2024: Capital gains pains By Business Data Lab |  Apr. 16, 2024 “Today, after weeks of pre-budget spending announcements on housing, defense, artificial intelligence and more, the government finally answered the questions of “how much will this all cost? And who’s going to pay for it?”. Text originally published at: Business Data Lab Budget…

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How to Stop Drowning in Data

How to Stop Drowning in Data By Deborah Aarts |  Mar 26, 2024 Renowned pollster Nik Nanos shares how business leaders can draw insight out of information Text originally published at: Smith Business Insight Queen’s Nik Nanos cares what people think. In fact, he’s built his whole career on it. Nanos is the founder and chief data…

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Nominees announced for the Kingston Business Awards 2024

Nominees announced for the Kingston Business Awards 2024 The nominees have been announced for the Kingston Business Awards 2024, presented by title sponsor MNP LLP, partner sponsor Bell and organized by the Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce. Across the ten award categories, there are 49 nominees, including: Hospitality, presented by Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Ltd.: Frontenac…

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Five Ideas to Improve Gender Equity Today

Five Ideas to Improve Gender Equity Today By Deborah Aarts | Mar 5, 2024 A panel of experts shares how to make your workplace better for women and non-binary people — right now Text originally published at: Smith Business Insight Queen’s Here’s the good news: Almost everyone with a successful career in business today gets the value of gender diversity…

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Glacial progress means women in business unlikely to achieve full equity this century.

Glacial progress means women in business unlikely to achieve full equity this century. Report from Canadian Chamber of Commerce highlights the persistent barriers for women in management, leadership, and entrepreneurship. [OTTAWA] — [March 5, 2024] — The Canadian Chamber of Commerce released a new report Tuesday, showing that while Canada has made some positive strides…

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Updates from the Commissioner for Employers

Updates from the Commissioner for Employers New report from the Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council projects job vacancies will surpass 100,000 by 2030 At a time when Canadian agriculture continues to struggle with a chronic worker shortage, new data from the Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council (CAHRC) has found that by the year 2030, there…

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Top 5 Social Media Trends for 2024

Top 5 Social Media Trends for 2024 Social media is a great channel for communication and relationships between businesses and their customers. To do a good job, you need to be connected to the trends in this universe and develop work that represents your company to your customers. Here we highlight 5 trends for social…

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Why Do Leaders Make the Wrong Decisions?

Why Do Leaders Make the Wrong Decisions? By Nick Chater | Jan 25, 2024 Three simple brain biases can help us understand what’s behind so many errors in judgment Text originally published at: Smith Business Insight Queens The human brain is an incredibly sophisticated biological system for continuously processing new information and determining what to do. But while it…

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