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Major manufacturers long ago gave up producing equipment for small dairies, which seemed to be a thing of the past.
Jacob D’Aniello, co-founder and chief executive officer of DoodyCalls, can imagine only one scenario in which his business could fail.
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Every year, 7,290,000 gallons of Slurpee are consumed worldwide — enough to fill 12 Olympic-size pools.
Irish people have never been opposed to taking on new and better business approaches from elsewhere.
Scottish nutritionist, Professor Mike Lean has collaborated with entrepreneur, Donnie Maclean, to create a ‘nutritionally balanced’ pizza that contains 30% of an adult’s daily requirements of vitamins and minerals.
But if the Beatles had a profile page on MySpace today, they’d be only one in a million — no, one in about 13 million.
Who would have thought that a middle-age couple who held government jobs and were a tad unsure what an entrepreneur was would make a small fortune from their beloved dog’s bad breath?
Robin Hallett, a McMaster University PhD biochemistry student, had a vegetable garden last year at his student housing when the idea struck to grow organic garlic as a business.