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This Week’s Question

How do you plan to transition ownership of your business?

Whether you plan on selling your business or handing it over to staff or your family’s next generation, there’s got to be an exit strategy. That’s why Wellington Holbrook, executive vice-president of ATB Business, wants to know what your next step is.

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In The Journal

Working on your business, not just in it

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Edmonton entrepreneurs share their advice for working on your business, focusing on the bigger picture and strategy, instead of just in the daily operations. Originally published in the Edmonton Journal Thursday, August 25, 2016. 



Event recap: The Art of Business

Our 54th Capital Ideas Edmonton, hosted at the new ATB Entrepreneur Centre on Tuesday, August 16 heard from author Marty Chan, owner of Ink Jockey Inc., aeorbatic circus performer Annie Dugan, the artistic director of Firefly Theatre and record producer and broadcaster Holger Petersen, co-founder of Stony Plain Records.

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Capital Ideas is about business owners helping business owners by sharing what they know in the Edmonton Journal Business section and at live events.


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