Making money and charging what you're worth
Presenter: Debbie Adams
POE Guest Contributor Debbie Adams served in the Canadian Forces from 1980 to 1991 and loved every minute. Her visual impairment made her hard to employ but she wouldn’t let that stop her. In 2012, she started a business PeopleCan.ca where she teaches people without an entrepreneurial bone in their body to love making money.
The Close: Moving seamlessly, elegantly, and confidently from pitch to asking for business
Presenter: Edmund Chien
POE Guest Contributor Edmund Chien has 15 years experience advising high net worth investors in the areas of wealth management and business development. He’s been licensed as an Investment Advisor in both private equity and with BMO Nesbitt Burns. In addition to those experiences, Ed has also been insurance licensed and has built a practice at Sun Life Financial in their career sales force.
The importance of asking for help with Dave Morrow
Presenter: Dave Morrow
Dave Morrow, POE alumnus and author of "The Nimble Warrior", shares his personal story about why asking for help, a challenge for many veterans, is also one of the most important steps they can take. Be sure to checkout Dave’s regular podcast.
Veteran Entrepreneurship in Canada
Presenter: Will Lymer and Nicole Verkindt
POE Guest Contributors Will Lymer and Nicole Verkindt discuss the entrepreneurial landscape in Canada and what’s needed for veteran entrepreneurs to succeed.
What I've learned about customer service
Presenter: Laura Nash
Laura Nash served in the Royal Canadian Navy as an officer for seven years from 2010 - 2017 and worked on bringing about positive policy change for serving parents in peace time. In 2014 she started a company called Bro Boots where she designed, manufactured, and imported boot slippers in men’s sizes, then expanded the company to HouseBoots.ca in 2017 and now sells house boots for women, men, and children.