On this week’s episode, we sit down with Mohammed Bin-Yahya the Co-Founder of Plentea Tea Bar. He shares how his dreams and creativity fueled him to launch one of the top tea bars in the country. He shares his journey to entrepreneurship and how taking risks has contributed to his success. Mohammed dives into what […]
There is a common experience that occurs when one is trying to launch a new venture. Oftentimes, the vision may feel clear, however the plan of execution is a bit scattered. We’ve all experienced this, but I’ve discovered three key tools that can help you when facing this issue. Tip 1: Create a plan and […]
This week, The Serve sits down to have an engaging conversation with Tariq Al Barwani, the co-owner of the Plentea Tea Bar located in Toronto. He shares with us his transition from being an engineer to co-creating one of the most unique tea drinking experiences in Canada! In this episode, we cover what inspired Tariq […]
On this week’s episode of The Serve Podcast, we had the pleasure to sit down and have a conversation with Amen Ghebre, the co-founder of Hotboxx. Amen shared his journey to entrepreneurship as well as his move from Toronto to Dubai. Within two years of business, Hotboxx went from being a successful food truck business […]
This week’s episode of The Serve is an official introduction to each co-host; Suzy, Christelle and Fev. Get to know who we are and what brought us to this point together to create The Serve. We dive into our personal journeys and tips to help you leverage your network.
Have you ever had a conversation that you wished never ended? Have you ever been with a friend(s) that can hold a conversation about any and every topic under the moon?
There are tons of entrepreneurs working hard at launching successful businesses! Today I celebrate all the ones I have been keeping my eye one for the past few years and are killing it. Check them out!
I came across a quote yesterday by the motivational speaker Lisa Nichols and she said “ Serve the Market Like It’s Never Been Served Before” and for obvious reasons it resonated with me in more ways than one.
One of the reasons that moved me to co-create and contribute to The Serve Podcast was a lack of support I saw amongst entrepreneurs of colour. It’s a constant struggle to be seen and valued as equal in society.