(TORONTO, June 2, 2016) – The Next 36, Canada’s premier program for promising young entrepreneurs, is pleased to announce that it has appointed respected business leaders Anthony Lacavera and John Kelleher as co-chairs of the Board.
At this time last year, Roadmunk was a five-person shop. Fast-forward 12 months, and we’ve shot to almost 20 full-time team members, with plans to expand further. It’s been incredible to see our team grow from a tiny family into a full-blown productivity machine. But it hasn’t been easy.
Most industries are feeling the effects of this widening skills gap, perhaps few more than the manufacturing sector where upwards of 35% believe they do not have sufficient talent. These gaps will continue to grow over time unless government, businesses, and skilled workers can develop a system for improving employee skillsets. Paid apprenticeships have become … Continue reading "Canadian Business Funding for Apprenticeships"