LOTS MORE PODCASTS AND SHOW NOTES:

56) Sibo Chen:

Sibo is a Communication Director at Adai Network, a non-profit tech start-up aiming at revolutionizing how volunteer events are organized in Greater Vancouver. Sibo came to British Columbia in 2011 as an international graduate student. Now, as a PHD Candidate at the School of Communication, at Simon Fraser University, he strives to transferring his expertise in new media and consumer culture to the entrepreneurial landscape. Download this episode (right click and save)

57) Michela Quilici:

Our latest interview is with Michela from Q Consulting. She is the Managing Director of the eWomenNetwork here in Vancouver.  Her Business Development Coaching is a proven and powerful process that reconnects women entrepreneurs to their purpose and provides them with the focus, clarity, accountability, and business development tools they need to turn their expertise into a values-based, purpose-driven, profitable 6-figure business. She’s passionate about helping service professionals get the focus and clarity they need to catapult their business forward. Download this episode (right click and save)

58) Ryan Thomas:

Ryan is the CEO & Co-Founder The Intimate Lifestyle and Modern SexTalks Podcast.  After serving 11 years in the Canadian army, Ryan dealt with low self-esteem and low confidence, and used sex to build himself up and encountered several sexual challenges that he had to overcome on his own, because he realized there aren’t any quality resources out there. That’s when he found how to help others and built a company to provide the training and education that he always wanted and needed and felt others did too. He now provides the training, support and knowledge on self-esteem, sexuality, sexual pleasure and intimacy.  Download this episode (right click and save)

59) Roger Killen:

Roger manages the weekly events for  Vancouver Business Network Meetups for entrepreneurs. His vision is to produce the critical Meetups that will assist entrepreneurs fuel an upward spiral of business quality, business success and stakeholder rewards. He believes this spiral will produce robust solutions for customers’ problems, massive job and wealth creation for society and fulfillment, fun and fortune for entrepreneurs. Once a year he produces the TEDxStanleyPark event. This event will be on Saturday May 28th…and introduces innovative and optimistic ideas about humanity’s tough challenges to open curious minds searching for ways to make a difference.

60) Darryl Bosa:

Darryl came from a long line of well-known, local real estate developers and began his professional career by naturally entering the family business of real estate development before venturing to London to pursue investment banking, and later Beijing where he founded his own company. Coming back to Vancouver, Darryl has found opportunity within Vancouver’s growing demand for alternative workspaces and launched SpaceKraft. SpaceKraft located in Burnaby BC, is a dynamic shared community that offers entrepreneurs, freelancers, and small business owners the support of a traditional company, while creating new opportunities and fostering creativity. Download this episode (right click and save)

61) Kim Pickett:

Kim Pickett is the creative principal of KIMBO Design, an award-winning Vancouver design firm…. Ranked number 86th in the 17th annual W100 list of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs, she has been featured by TELUS Talks Business, and Arlene Dickinson’s YouInc dot com. Download this episode (right click and save)

62) Laurel Anne Stark:

Since 2003, Laurel has helped thousands of people net better results from their online marketing. CEO of the Google Partner agency The New Media Group, and an accomplished speaker, author and consultant, Laurel has been featured on CNN, CTV, ShawTV, Amazon and Entrepreneur.com. A completely self taught former sales professional, Laurel is uniquely positioned to understand just how overwhelming web marketing can be. Her mission is to empower entrepreneurs to get web marketing, which she does through her weekly YouTube videos and regular online and in person training courses. Laurel lives in Victoria, BC with her husband Clayton, their 3 children and their big red dog Moe. Download this episode (right click and save)

63) Matt Astifan:

Matt is an internet marketing expert and the  Founder  of Web Friendly. He started Internet Masterminds which is the largest internet marketing meet up in the world. Matt helps people start careers as internet marketers and created the social media director certification program.  He also works with business owners to get them involved into their online marketing initiatives and makes them successful. Download this episode (right click and save)

64) Amrita Ahuja:

Arita is an award-winning entrepreneur whose career in business has ranged from Silicon Valley start-ups to the Burnaby weight loss centre Vital Body she runs today with her partner Zan. Amrita’s accomplishments have been recognized by Chatelaine and Profit Guide’s 2015 – 100 Top Female Entrepreneurs awards in the Rising Star category, and most recently as a Top 5 finalist for Best Company in the 2016 Small Business BC Awards. Amrita is an avid proponent of the entrepreneurial virtues of simplicity, values-based business and solid organizational systems, which she loves passing on to others through her educational program, Zen Productivity, as well as in her capacity as a mentor for the Forum for Women Entrepreneurs.  Download this episode (right click and save)

65) Kelly Abbott:

COO of Vancouver based start-up, ParcelPal. Kelly is a restauranteur turned management consultant, turned entrepreneur. He co-founded ParcelPal in 2015 and hasn’t looked back ever since. ParcelPal is an on-demand delivery service that is changing the way people are sending and getting the goods they love. ParcelPal’s story is straightforward; they believe all aspects of package delivery should be a hassle free process and experience. They are aiming to transform the everyday experience of how businesses and customers send and receive their goods by empowering them with their game changing technology.  Download this episode (right click and save)