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A speaker series featuring successful entrepreneurs sharing their business failures, with the provocative name F–kup Nights (they don’t use dashes), has become a global phenomenon. The founder and director of F–kup Nights Toronto, Marsha Druker, is quoted as saying: “We’re so obsessed with success we only want to talk about the companies and the people that are doing really well – the unicorns of the world. But there is so much more we can learn from failure.” Designed to create a safe space for people to learn from failure, the talks are formatted like TED talks, with each speaker getting seven to 10 minutes and 10 images with which to share their failure story and the lessons they learned. Presently there are seven other Canadian cities besides Toronto where F–kup Nights groups have been created: Kitchener-Waterloo, Ottawa, Montreal, Edmonton, Kelowna, and Vancouver.

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A speaker series featuring successful entrepreneurs sharing their business failures, with the provocative name F–kup Nights (they don’t use dashes), has become a global phenomenon. The founder and director of F–kup Nights Toronto, Marsha Druker, is quoted as saying: “We’re so obsessed with success we only want to talk about the companies and the people that are doing really well – the unicorns of the world. But there is so much more we can learn from failure.” Designed to create a safe space for people to learn from failure, the talks are formatted like TED talks, with each speaker getting seven to 10 minutes and 10 images with which to share their failure story and the lessons they learned. Presently there are seven other Canadian cities besides Toronto where F–kup Nights groups have been created: Kitchener-Waterloo, Ottawa, Montreal, Edmonton, Kelowna, and Vancouver.

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A speaker series featuring successful entrepreneurs sharing their business failures, with the provocative name F–kup Nights (they don’t use dashes), has become a global phenomenon. The founder and director of F–kup Nights Toronto, Marsha Druker, is quoted as saying: “We’re so obsessed with success we only want to talk about the companies and the people that are doing really well – the unicorns of the world. But there is so much more we can learn from failure.” Designed to create a safe space for people to learn from failure, the talks are formatted like TED talks, with each speaker getting seven to 10 minutes and 10 images with which to share their failure story and the lessons they learned. Presently there are seven other Canadian cities besides Toronto where F–kup Nights groups have been created: Kitchener-Waterloo, Ottawa, Montreal, Edmonton, Kelowna, and Vancouver.

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A speaker series featuring successful entrepreneurs sharing their business failures, with the provocative name F–kup Nights (they don’t use dashes), has become a global phenomenon. The founder and director of F–kup Nights Toronto, Marsha Druker, is quoted as saying: “We’re so obsessed with success we only want to talk about the companies and the people that are doing really well – the unicorns of the world. But there is so much more we can learn from failure.” Designed to create a safe space for people to learn from failure, the talks are formatted like TED talks, with each speaker getting seven to 10 minutes and 10 images with which to share their failure story and the lessons they learned. Presently there are seven other Canadian cities besides Toronto where F–kup Nights groups have been created: Kitchener-Waterloo, Ottawa, Montreal, Edmonton, Kelowna, and Vancouver.

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As entrepreneurs and SME business owners, especially those of us who dwell in the digital world, we’re a frazzled lot with all the emails, messages, notifications, alerts, feeds and information coming at us nearly 24/7. If only we would turn to our personal assistants – meaning the intelligent assistant (IA) software we have on our phones (laptops, and smart speakers). Smartphone penetration in the US and UK is approaching 70%, yet we’ve been slow to take advantage of the software at our fingertips that is designed (and can) save us time and increase our productivity. Today, we largely limit our IA use for a narrow range of tasks, such as planning the day or finding information, but they’re now capable of doing so much more. This article explores the vast app ecosystem (6.2 million apps!) and how to fully leverage IA software potential.

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As entrepreneurs and SME business owners, especially those of us who dwell in the digital world, we’re a frazzled lot with all the emails, messages, notifications, alerts, feeds and information coming at us nearly 24/7. If only we would turn to our personal assistants – meaning the intelligent assistant (IA) software we have on our phones (laptops, and smart speakers). Smartphone penetration in the US and UK is approaching 70%, yet we’ve been slow to take advantage of the software at our fingertips that is designed (and can) save us time and increase our productivity. Today, we largely limit our IA use for a narrow range of tasks, such as planning the day or finding information, but they’re now capable of doing so much more. This article explores the vast app ecosystem (6.2 million apps!) and how to fully leverage IA software potential.

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As entrepreneurs and SME business owners, especially those of us who dwell in the digital world, we’re a frazzled lot with all the emails, messages, notifications, alerts, feeds and information coming at us nearly 24/7. If only we would turn to our personal assistants – meaning the intelligent assistant (IA) software we have on our phones (laptops, and smart speakers). Smartphone penetration in the US and UK is approaching 70%, yet we’ve been slow to take advantage of the software at our fingertips that is designed (and can) save us time and increase our productivity. Today, we largely limit our IA use for a narrow range of tasks, such as planning the day or finding information, but they’re now capable of doing so much more. This article explores the vast app ecosystem (6.2 million apps!) and how to fully leverage IA software potential.

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As entrepreneurs and SME business owners, especially those of us who dwell in the digital world, we’re a frazzled lot with all the emails, messages, notifications, alerts, feeds and information coming at us nearly 24/7. If only we would turn to our personal assistants – meaning the intelligent assistant (IA) software we have on our phones (laptops, and smart speakers). Smartphone penetration in the US and UK is approaching 70%, yet we’ve been slow to take advantage of the software at our fingertips that is designed (and can) save us time and increase our productivity. Today, we largely limit our IA use for a narrow range of tasks, such as planning the day or finding information, but they’re now capable of doing so much more. This article explores the vast app ecosystem (6.2 million apps!) and how to fully leverage IA software potential.

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As entrepreneurs and SME business owners, especially those of us who dwell in the digital world, we’re a frazzled lot with all the emails, messages, notifications, alerts, feeds and information coming at us nearly 24/7. If only we would turn to our personal assistants – meaning the intelligent assistant (IA) software we have on our phones (laptops, and smart speakers). Smartphone penetration in the US and UK is approaching 70%, yet we’ve been slow to take advantage of the software at our fingertips that is designed (and can) save us time and increase our productivity. Today, we largely limit our IA use for a narrow range of tasks, such as planning the day or finding information, but they’re now capable of doing so much more. This article explores the vast app ecosystem (6.2 million apps!) and how to fully leverage IA software potential.

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As entrepreneurs and SME business owners, especially those of us who dwell in the digital world, we’re a frazzled lot with all the emails, messages, notifications, alerts, feeds and information coming at us nearly 24/7. If only we would turn to our personal assistants – meaning the intelligent assistant (IA) software we have on our phones (laptops, and smart speakers). Smartphone penetration in the US and UK is approaching 70%, yet we’ve been slow to take advantage of the software at our fingertips that is designed (and can) save us time and increase our productivity. Today, we largely limit our IA use for a narrow range of tasks, such as planning the day or finding information, but they’re now capable of doing so much more. This article explores the vast app ecosystem (6.2 million apps!) and how to fully leverage IA software potential.
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