KPMG Enterprise profiles successful Canadian entrepreneurs in new book
KPMG Enterprise™ today announced the release of THAT’LL NEVER WORK, VOLUME 2. This new book is a collection of stories from successful Canadian entrepreneurs who were told their business ideas would never work. These successful business owners proved the naysayers wrong and have shared their stories to help inspire the next generation of innovative business builders.
“Every day KPMG Enterprise professionals witness the incredible perseverance from our clients and the hope is THAT’LL NEVER WORK, VOLUME 2 acts as inspiration for up-and-coming Canadian entrepreneurs to demonstrate that commitment, good leadership and a solid business strategy can lead to great success, proving their skeptics wrong”, states Mario Paron, Canadian Managing Partner, KPMG Enterprise.
In this newest book, KPMG Enterprise profiles home-grown businesses such as Holy Crap Cereal (Sechelt, BC), Pizza Nova (Toronto, ON) and Hillberg & Birk (Regina, SK), to show their support of the entrepreneurial spirit that is innovating Canada’s small and medium-sized business community. The book profiles 17 of Canada’s top entrepreneurs who have made a name for themselves across the country and around the world.
“We’re honoured by the opportunity to work with some of Canada’s greatest entrepreneurs and help them take their business to the next level. Our team at KPMG are devoted to helping our clients develop thriving businesses that build value, both here in Canada as well as globally,” added Paron.
THAT’LL NEVER WORK, VOLUME 2 follows the highly acclaimed Volume 1, published in 2012 to great enthusiasm in the Canadian business community and beyond. The new book is now available on Amazon.ca.
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