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  1. La Presse canadienne apprend que le sommet du G20 de juin prochain sera tenu tout près du quartier des affaires de Toronto. Pour en lire plus...
  2. À quelques jours du sommet du G20, le président des États-Unis, George Bush, met en garde les dirigeants mondiaux contre la tentation de trop contrôler l'économie. Pour en lire plus...
  3. Les pays du G20 s'entendent sur la mise en place d'actions collectives pour faire face à la crise économique planétaire. Pour en lire plus...
  4. Les pays du G20 ont décidé de «prendre toutes les mesures nécessaires pour restaurer la confiance des marchés et la stabilité et minimiser le risque d'une nouvelle crise», selon le communiqué commun publié à l'issue d'une réunion ministérielle des pays avancés et émergents. Pour en lire plus...
  5. Solid blog. What do you guys think? Huffington Post At the beginning of September, as Sherpa Delegate, I will lead a delegation of 35 young Canadian entrepreneurs, who have been selected to participate in the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Summit in China. They will join some of the top 500 young entrepreneurs of the G20 nations to recommend policies to foster youth entrepreneurship and tackle youth unemployment. Among these 35 Canadians, 16 are from Montreal. This fact clearly reflects that there is currently a boom of new entrepreneurs in this city. As a business person myself, I witness a vibrant entrepreneurial community. Montreal hosts many startup events and hackathons, and boasts an increasing number of incubators and co-working spaces. In the last three years, I have had the opportunity to meet entrepreneurs from various countries, through my active involvement in a global youth movement, called the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Alliance. This international experience has made me realize that Montreal has everything it takes to be among the best cities for entrepreneurs in the world. Like an unpolished diamond, it merely requires some efficient government measures. Technology has enabled even smaller entrepreneur-led businesses to expand into global markets, which can be a powerful driver of growth. We need to implement concerted strategic policies on federal, provincial and municipal levels, to make Montreal a high-standard international entrepreneurial city. Policies that take into account the following points: Firstly, Montreal is the second biggest university city in North America, after Boston. The government should tap into this strong suit in order to make it an entrepreneurial city. We need a clear strategy that encourages and supports the creation of university-based incubators and accelerators in partnership with the private sector, institutions and foundations. University students in Montreal should have the opportunity to start businesses throughout their studies, with the support of and resources from their institutions. As a target, I propose to increase the number of university students involved in entrepreneurship by 50 per cent in five years, and students’ R&D investment/collaboration with entrepreneurs by 50 per cent, to complement formal entrepreneurship education. Secondly, many young entrepreneurs want to go global and do business with other cities, provinces and countries. Technology has enabled even smaller entrepreneur-led businesses to expand into global markets, which can be a powerful driver of growth. We need to devise a joint game plan on federal, provincial and municipal levels, to adopt policies and incentives that support young entrepreneurs as they assess their activities and expand into external markets. For instance, inclusion of young entrepreneurs in trade missions led by our mayor, premier and prime minister, training of diplomats and trade commissioners in the realities of young entrepreneurs, encouraging Montreal incubators to collaborate with those of other countries, and creation of co-working hubs and incubation services for early-stage exporters in diplomatic missions (to trade offices, embassies and consulates). Finally, Montreal is an open, creative and multicultural city, with a great quality of life. Let’s make our city the number 1 destination in the world to start a business! Entrepreneurs are a rare breed. We need to attract them. I suggest federal, provincial and municipal collaboration to implement long-term visas and fast clearance for entrepreneurs. A landing pad for entrepreneurs, in conjunction with university-based incubators and the private sector, is also required. On August 26, 2016, the Obama administration proposed a rule aimed at attracting thousands of the world’s best and brightest entrepreneurs, to start the next great companies in the United States. I think our federal government should be inspired by this initiative. The city of Montreal plans to release an orientation paper on its international relations in the coming months. I sincerely hope our municipal administration integrates “Montreal as an international entrepreneurship capital” into its vision. Winston Chan is an entrepreneur and former Chairman of the Federation of Young Chambers of Commerce in Quebec. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Solid blog. What do you guys think? Huffington Post At the beginning of September, as Sherpa Delegate, I will lead a delegation of 35 young Canadian entrepreneurs, who have been selected to participate in the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Summit in China. They will join some of the top 500 young entrepreneurs of the G20 nations to recommend policies to foster youth entrepreneurship and tackle youth unemployment. Among these 35 Canadians, 16 are from Montreal. This fact clearly reflects that there is currently a boom of new entrepreneurs in this city. As a business person myself, I witness a vibrant entrepreneurial community. Montreal hosts many startup events and hackathons, and boasts an increasing number of incubators and co-working spaces. In the last three years, I have had the opportunity to meet entrepreneurs from various countries, through my active involvement in a global youth movement, called the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Alliance. This international experience has made me realize that Montreal has everything it takes to be among the best cities for entrepreneurs in the world. Like an unpolished diamond, it merely requires some efficient government measures. Technology has enabled even smaller entrepreneur-led businesses to expand into global markets, which can be a powerful driver of growth. We need to implement concerted strategic policies on federal, provincial and municipal levels, to make Montreal a high-standard international entrepreneurial city. Policies that take into account the following points: Firstly, Montreal is the second biggest university city in North America, after Boston. The government should tap into this strong suit in order to make it an entrepreneurial city. We need a clear strategy that encourages and supports the creation of university-based incubators and accelerators in partnership with the private sector, institutions and foundations. University students in Montreal should have the opportunity to start businesses throughout their studies, with the support of and resources from their institutions. As a target, I propose to increase the number of university students involved in entrepreneurship by 50 per cent in five years, and students’ R&D investment/collaboration with entrepreneurs by 50 per cent, to complement formal entrepreneurship education. Secondly, many young entrepreneurs want to go global and do business with other cities, provinces and countries. Technology has enabled even smaller entrepreneur-led businesses to expand into global markets, which can be a powerful driver of growth. We need to devise a joint game plan on federal, provincial and municipal levels, to adopt policies and incentives that support young entrepreneurs as they assess their activities and expand into external markets. For instance, inclusion of young entrepreneurs in trade missions led by our mayor, premier and prime minister, training of diplomats and trade commissioners in the realities of young entrepreneurs, encouraging Montreal incubators to collaborate with those of other countries, and creation of co-working hubs and incubation services for early-stage exporters in diplomatic missions (to trade offices, embassies and consulates). Finally, Montreal is an open, creative and multicultural city, with a great quality of life. Let’s make our city the number 1 destination in the world to start a business! Entrepreneurs are a rare breed. We need to attract them. I suggest federal, provincial and municipal collaboration to implement long-term visas and fast clearance for entrepreneurs. A landing pad for entrepreneurs, in conjunction with university-based incubators and the private sector, is also required. On August 26, 2016, the Obama administration proposed a rule aimed at attracting thousands of the world’s best and brightest entrepreneurs, to start the next great companies in the United States. I think our federal government should be inspired by this initiative. The city of Montreal plans to release an orientation paper on its international relations in the coming months. I sincerely hope our municipal administration integrates “Montreal as an international entrepreneurship capital” into its vision. Winston Chan is an entrepreneur and former Chairman of the Federation of Young Chambers of Commerce in Quebec. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Le président américain George W. Bush a mis en garde samedi matin contre un regain de protectionnisme dans le monde, à la reprise des travaux du sommet du G20 à Washington sur la crise financière. Pour en lire plus...
  8. Le Canada se présente dans une position économique de force au sommet extraordinaire du G20, a estimé le premier ministre Stephen Harper, ce qui lui permettra de faire pression pour que les leaders des plus grandes économies de la planète se mettent d’accord pour adopter une série de mesures destinées à combattre la récession mondiale et à réformer le système financier international. Pour en lire plus...
  9. Les grands argentiers du G20, qui rassemble pays avancés et émergents, étaient réunis samedi à Sao Paulo (Brésil) pour débattre de la crise financière, alors que le président élu américain Barack Obama a appelé à ne pas perdre de temps pour relancer l'économie de son pays. Pour en lire plus...
  10. Solid blog. What do you guys think? Huffington Post At the beginning of September, as Sherpa Delegate, I will lead a delegation of 35 young Canadian entrepreneurs, who have been selected to participate in the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Summit in China. They will join some of the top 500 young entrepreneurs of the G20 nations to recommend policies to foster youth entrepreneurship and tackle youth unemployment. Among these 35 Canadians, 16 are from Montreal. This fact clearly reflects that there is currently a boom of new entrepreneurs in this city. As a business person myself, I witness a vibrant entrepreneurial community. Montreal hosts many startup events and hackathons, and boasts an increasing number of incubators and co-working spaces. In the last three years, I have had the opportunity to meet entrepreneurs from various countries, through my active involvement in a global youth movement, called the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Alliance. This international experience has made me realize that Montreal has everything it takes to be among the best cities for entrepreneurs in the world. Like an unpolished diamond, it merely requires some efficient government measures. Technology has enabled even smaller entrepreneur-led businesses to expand into global markets, which can be a powerful driver of growth. We need to implement concerted strategic policies on federal, provincial and municipal levels, to make Montreal a high-standard international entrepreneurial city. Policies that take into account the following points: Firstly, Montreal is the second biggest university city in North America, after Boston. The government should tap into this strong suit in order to make it an entrepreneurial city. We need a clear strategy that encourages and supports the creation of university-based incubators and accelerators in partnership with the private sector, institutions and foundations. University students in Montreal should have the opportunity to start businesses throughout their studies, with the support of and resources from their institutions. As a target, I propose to increase the number of university students involved in entrepreneurship by 50 per cent in five years, and students’ R&D investment/collaboration with entrepreneurs by 50 per cent, to complement formal entrepreneurship education. Secondly, many young entrepreneurs want to go global and do business with other cities, provinces and countries. Technology has enabled even smaller entrepreneur-led businesses to expand into global markets, which can be a powerful driver of growth. We need to devise a joint game plan on federal, provincial and municipal levels, to adopt policies and incentives that support young entrepreneurs as they assess their activities and expand into external markets. For instance, inclusion of young entrepreneurs in trade missions led by our mayor, premier and prime minister, training of diplomats and trade commissioners in the realities of young entrepreneurs, encouraging Montreal incubators to collaborate with those of other countries, and creation of co-working hubs and incubation services for early-stage exporters in diplomatic missions (to trade offices, embassies and consulates). Finally, Montreal is an open, creative and multicultural city, with a great quality of life. Let’s make our city the number 1 destination in the world to start a business! Entrepreneurs are a rare breed. We need to attract them. I suggest federal, provincial and municipal collaboration to implement long-term visas and fast clearance for entrepreneurs. A landing pad for entrepreneurs, in conjunction with university-based incubators and the private sector, is also required. On August 26, 2016, the Obama administration proposed a rule aimed at attracting thousands of the world’s best and brightest entrepreneurs, to start the next great companies in the United States. I think our federal government should be inspired by this initiative. The city of Montreal plans to release an orientation paper on its international relations in the coming months. I sincerely hope our municipal administration integrates “Montreal as an international entrepreneurship capital” into its vision. Winston Chan is an entrepreneur and former Chairman of the Federation of Young Chambers of Commerce in Quebec. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Les pays du G20 s'entendent sur un plan d'action pour sortir de la crise économique qui sévit présentement à la grandeur du globe. Pour en lire plus...
  12. À Washington, le sommet du G20 s'ouvre par un dîner de travail donné à la Maison-Blanche. Pour en lire plus...
  13. Le premier ministre du Canada espère que le sommet du G20 ne causera pas de réaction excessive en réponse à la crise financière. Pour en lire plus...
  14. Le G20 tente d'augmenter les fonds du FMI de 250 milliards de dollars, mais les quatre principaux pays émergents réclament plus de droits de vote avant de délier les cordons de leurs bourses. Pour en lire plus...
  15. La Bourse de New York a perdu 2,63%, le Nasdaq 2,29% et le TSX 2,88%. Les indices boursiers ont manifesté leur découragement face au manque de solutions apportés par le G20 en fin de semaine. Pour en lire plus...
  16. Les dirigeants du G20, réunis en sommet extraordinaire dans la capitale américaine, se sont mis d'accord hier sur un vaste plan d'action destiné à réformer la finance mondiale et à sortir le monde de la crise actuelle. Pour en lire plus...
  17. Les chefs d'Etat et de gouvernement du G20 ont convenu samedi d'accroître la représentation des pays en développement au sein du Fonds monétaire international et de la Banque mondiale, selon le communiqué publié à l'issue de leur premier sommet, à Washington. Pour en lire plus...
  18. Pendant que les grands pays industrialisés et émergents du G20 étaient réunis à Washington pour un sommet inédit, de premiers éléments du plan d'action qu'ils ont dit vouloir adopter face à la crise financière et au risque de récession ont commencé à filtrer. Pour en lire plus...
  19. Sur fond de récession occidentale et de crise financière mondiale, les chefs des gouvernements du groupe des 20 grandes économies du monde (G20) se réunissent pour la première fois aujourd'hui à Washington. Pour en lire plus...
  20. Le sommet des puissances industrialisées et émergentes (G20), destiné à élaborer une stratégie concertée de lutte contre la crise financière mondiale s'est ouvert vendredi soir. Pour en lire plus...
  21. Les dirigeants des principales puissances économiques et des pays émergents réunis ont rendez-vous vendredi et samedi pour un sommet qui doit lancer une réforme en profondeur du système financier. Pour en lire plus...
  22. À la veille de la rencontre du G20, des grandes entreprises mettent en garde les leaders mondiaux contre la tentation d'entraver la liberté de marché, «un remède qui serait pire que la maladie», selon elles. Pour en lire plus...
  23. Dans le but de mettre en place des mesures politiques pour contrer la crise mondiale, les pays du G20 sont réunis à Sao Paulo pour un sommet de deux jours. Pour en lire plus...