Over the last few months, there has been a lot of chatter about reverse mentoring. Seemingly, the newest craze in business. The assumption has been the older you are, the more knowledge you have, however, this is no longer the status quo.
Call them what you want: guardian angel, business guru, consultant, guide, career coach, advisor, role model or Bob.
A business mentor might be someone who’s succeeded at entrepreneurship, or they might be someone who’s an expert in their industry. No matter who they are, it’s important to understand the many ways they can help you succeed.
Looking for a mentor? BCIC has launched a mentoring program for early stage entrepreneurs in technology sector with the aim to improve the success of technology companies across BC. Read on to find out if you are eligible.