Starting over (and over, and over)

    Serial Entrepreneurs - When one door closes, several open

    TORONTO, Aug. 21 /CNW/ - Starting your own business requires commitment.
Starting your own business more than once requires even more. Find out what
Joe Mimran, Susur Lee, Terry Matthews and six other relentless entrepreneurs
in the country realized in order to start and re-start their businesses. From
a compulsion to create, to the ability to get over failure, entrepreneurism is
in their DNA. With no rule book to follow and endless possibilities, the
work-life balance of serial entrepreneurs is non-existent. Globe and Mail
writers Sabitri Ghosh and Joshua Knelman examine the lessons, confessions and
gripes of nine serial entrepreneurs in this edition of Report on (Small)
Business magazine, to be published on, August 26, 2008.

    The September issue of Report on (Small) Business magazine also features:

    Turning Bread into Dough - After building Ace Bakery into one of the
biggest indie brands in baking, founders Martin Connell and Linda Haynes opted
against steering it through the next stage, a decade after the husband and
wife team started it. Writer Craig Silverman explores how and why people sell
their businesses. From managing the message to negotiating the deal, Silverman
lists step by step advice for cashing in on what you have built.

    Made in Canada - According to CEO Dani Reiss, China and India may seem
cheap but, for Canada Goose, manufacturing their down-filled parkas at home
has its advantages. With off-shore costs getting pricier, a 'made in Canada'
tag is looking more appealing to many small businesses. Writer Nick Rockel
looks at how to find an option right in our own backyard that will work for

    The Globe and Mail's small business web site and Report on (Small)
Business magazine focus on the fastest growing segment of the economy:
entrepreneurs. In the next five years, more than 100,000 new businesses will
launch in Canada. The Globe and Mail serves the unique needs of these
businesses with a wealth of online resources and dedicated coverage of small
business issues and stories at The
magazine is distributed to members of the Canadian Federation of Independent
Business, via select home delivery issues of the Globe and Mail and online at

    The Globe and Mail, Canada's national newspaper, is a division of
CTVglobemedia, a dynamic multimedia company, which also owns CTV Inc.,
Canada's number-one private broadcaster.

    Interview opportunities available.

For further information:

For further information: Teresa Pagnutti, (416) 969-2721 or; Jennifer Hills, (416) 969-2669 or

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