5 Minutes for Business: Good social media is good business

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Every month, we release 5 Minutes for Business. In this edition, we examine howsocial media can be used as a tool to create economic growth and foster competitiveness for Canadian businesses. 

The impact social media has as a means to reach customers, encourage female entrepreneurship and millennial business ownership will continue to grow. We are quickly approaching a point where we will consider it a key driver of Canada’s ability to scale up firms, achieve inclusive growth and compete globally in an increasingly digital economy.

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