In my latest column on The Lawyer Daily, I review some of the things that have changed for us and some of the things we can expect moving forward.
Here is a link to the full article.
What we are going through collectively and on a global scale, we have no precedent for. It’s surreal. It’s big. And it’s impactful. It is unprecedented that such social distancing, layoffs and daily rule and regulatory changes have taken place.
So how can we help? Take a deep breath.
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This article was originally published by The Lawyer’s Daily (www.thelawyersdaily.ca), part of LexisNexis Canada Inc.
Last week in talking with one of my clients I learned of an extraordinary story about three young entrepreneurs emerging in this Covid-19 pandemic.
With time on their hands (being out of school), and spending hours playing on FaceTime during this Covid-19 pandemic, Leila Fumano (9) and Libby Fumano (5) of Vancouver, and their cousin Emma Newman (8) of Newfoundland came up with the idea to start a business called The Wave.
With two headquarters -one located in the beautiful Conception Bay South; Newfoundland, the other in picturesque Vancouver, British Columbia, while separated by distance, they consider that they are connected by two oceans coming together to create “The Wave”
While in early stages, they make original artwork, clothing and housewares.
I was absolutely blow away and amazed at the creativity of these three young entrepreneurs. It just goes to show you that we as adults can still learn from children. They came up with their logo, mission statement and are currently recruiting other young and aspiring entrepreneurs to join the wave. Stay tuned for their launch, which by all accounts will not disappoint.