Year in Review: Our 10 Most Popular Posts from 2016’s Second Half
As we prepare to take a break from new content for the holiday season, we thought we would take a look back at our most popular blog posts from the back half of 2016. Check out the most-read posts from the first half here.
Below are our 10 most popular posts from the past six months. Happy reading!
Sawyer Hannay tells ONB about returning to Canada from Europe, and how his travels inspired the creation of New Brunswick fashion brand Country Liberty.
One of Canada’s top emerging design firms, Acre Architects founded by Monica Adair and Stephen Kopp, spoke to us about establishing their business in Saint John.
In July, we collected quotes from 15 c-suite leaders answering the question “Why New Brunswick?”
Engineer turned cidermaker Adam Clawson talked to us about coming to Canada from England, and establishing Red Rover Brewing Company in Fredericton.
Erin Flood, COO of HotSpot Parking, tells ONB about her company’s work in the Big Data sector.
New Brunswick won two big awards at the 2016 Startup Canada Awards in Toronto. We recapped the province’s big wins (with videos) including the award accepted by ONB’s own entrepreneurship expert Rivers Corbett.
Gaming Laboratories International’s Greg Doucette sat down with us to talk about GLI’s investment in New Brunswick, including their acquisition of cybersecurity provider Bulletproof Solutions.
We spoke to the trio of engineers behind Stash Energy Storage, a New Brunswick startup helping customers save money on their heating bills. The Stash team recently joined the Energia Ventures accelerator.
Woodstock’s Franchise Management Inc. (FMI) acquired 12 Canadian Panera Bread locations in 2016. The company has ambitious plans to bring the chain to Canadians across the country. Co-founder Dwight Fraser joined us to talk entrepreneurship and doing business from New Brunswick.
Luc Jalbert, one of the entrepreneurs behind bestselling personal bathroom odour eliminator Just’a Drop, tells us about the company’s success in New Brunswick. He also offers some great advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.
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