June 16, 2015


What does an Entrepreneur look like? EntreLaunch

What does an Entrepreneur look like?

Yes, I am seriously asking this question. Why? Because! Because, as a woman who runs my business, I’m sometimes afraid of putting myself “out there”, for fear of judgement. I don’t think I look like what most people would consider a “Successful Entrepreneur”. Do I know that sounds slightly ridiculous? Yes, yes I do. Can Read more about What does an Entrepreneur look like?[…]


Pre-game at SXSW – 8 Ways to Boost Your Experience

Today I arrived in Austin for one of the biggest events I have attended – South By South West, or as it is more affectionately know, SXSW . This is my first visit to Austin and my first SXSW. I came alone. I basically know no one. There are so many moving parts to he Read more about Pre-game at SXSW – 8 Ways to Boost Your Experience[…]

Tonya Surman and Muhammad Yunus

A Fireside Chat with Muhammad Yunus: Social Business

How often do you get to meet someone you admire greatly? The opportunity presented itself to me when CSI, the Centre for Social Innovation in Toronto, announced a Fireside Chat with Nobel Peace Prize recipient Muhammad Yunus. Armed with my copy of  A World of Three Zeros and Yunus’s audiobook Building Social Business playing on Read more about A Fireside Chat with Muhammad Yunus: Social Business[…]


Now Hiring – Catalyst

Catalyst – Part Time, Flexible EntreLaunch Inc. is now hiring an ambitious team member with an interest in changing the world through entrepreneurship. You will be our catalyst to make things happen.   This Position Is Part-Time And Flexible.    Responsibilities:   Lead generation Membership program development Community outreach Collecting quantitative and qualitative data from Read more about Now Hiring – Catalyst[…]


5 Lessons From My First Startup Experience

It’s been twenty years since my first startup experience.  Looking back, I never even thought to identify my role in this company as part of a startup team. At that time, the word startup was not common knowledge. It was simply a business venture. There were 4 of us – the co-owners, a warehouse person and Read more about 5 Lessons From My First Startup Experience[…]