Paul Biglin, co-president alongside Sean Harding went through a tough start in the beginning. They were told they would never survive, next to the Starbucks and Tim Hortons of the world. What they found out though, was that if they could stay in the game long enough, their customers would be fiercely loyal. To prove that, Spirit Bear Coffee is currently in 50 hotels and resorts nationwide. Their goal is to work with every nation across Canada.
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This Indigenous female entrepreneur has two businesses worth talking about!
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