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#startupeast

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#startupeast

Year: 2017
Genre: Lifestyle

#startupeast takes a deeper look at what drives the success of top entrepreneurs from Atlantic Canada as they navigate through the process of operating their own companies. 

Episodes

RemoteSpark

Kognitiv Spark's RemoteSpark platform is a holographic worker support solution that uses the power of Mixed/Augmented Reality for workplace remote support.

Cradle

Cradle is a product development company based in Charlottetown, PEI. They have both a product side and a consulting side to their business.

Backyard Mushrooms

Meet a new business out of Fredericton that organically cultivates high quality Shiitake and Oyster mushrooms on hardwood logs.

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The Mining Days

More than two centuries of Canadian history from the coal mines of Cape Breton. It is a story of resilience put to test, human exploitation, courage and friendship born in the deeps. With surprising historical twists and Cape Breton humor it takes you from the moment coal was first discovered on the island to the modern days when the industry seemed to be gone forever.

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This Kinda Life

Sarah and Apryl share tips on how they navigate through life as business women, moms, dog owners, and more. Get to know them, and meet with food, parenting, and fashion experts in the Simcoe County area.

Business Talks with Rashida Geddes

Rashida Geddes, millennial coach and business mentor, brings together a stellar list of Montreal business gurus who share their expertise and insights on how to navigate the corporate, entrepreneurial and non-profit worlds to achieve success. She leverages her coaching and business experience to engage in meaningful conversations delivering the audience actionable tips to motivate career success.

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Lovers and Fighters

When artists face adverse circumstances and unusual challenges, they do not shy away, but instead pursue their passions with more gusto and determination. Step inside the lives of these passionate individuals and understand their unique and thought provoking artistic endeavors that they have relentlessly pursued for your viewing pleasure.

Street Spirits

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Host Claire Bouvier meets with some of Kingston's most interesting and eclectic personalities. 

Atlantic Architecture

Atlantic Architecture highlights regional diversity in a way that is unique to the rest of Canada. With freeze thaw cycles, snow, wind and vast spaces, architects need to consider climate and the environment when designing buildings in this region. Learn what makes Atlantic Canadian Architecture powerful. Explore how architects are using Atlantic Canada as a springboard to International recognition.

The Eastern Alternative

The Eastern Alternative highlights the many different walks of life here in Atlantic Canada and why they chose to call the East Coast home. 

Noongom

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