Innovation is critical to the success of any company. Business innovation isn’t just about new products. Entirely new business models can be developed too.
Corporate culture has long been recognized as a driver in business, both good and bad. But culture is also critical within innovation. By creating a culture of innovation, companies can tap potential that embraces and uses disruption rather than avoid it.
One person’s tragedy is another person’s opportunity. While variations on this theme have long existed, entrepreneurs are taking it to heart despite setbacks from COVID-19 and other disruptions. Instead, they are looking forward and finding reasons to be excited about the future.
Despite Concerns About Another Lockdown, Entrepreneurs Excited About the Future, According to New Survey of Business Owners
The 12-week Food Venture Program is available through The Henry Bernick Entrepreneurship Centre. It’s a program run in partnership with The Small Business Enterprise Centre of Barrie, Orillia and Simcoe County, The South Georgian Bay Small Business Enterprise Centre, Community Futures South Georgian Bay, Nottawasaga Futures and The Orillia CDC.
While a lot of focus in entrepreneurship revolves around manufacturing or services, trades, and trade businesses can thrive as well. Aided by new digital technologies for scheduling, tracking, and managing a trade-related business, these oft-overlooked skills are ripe for the right entrepreneurial idea.