Contact Boss founder knows all about entrepreneurship
Saltwire, an eastern Canadian news publisher, has singled out Contact Boss owner and CEO Abraham Roy for a feature in a newspaper article about entrepreneurship. Roy started Contact Boss in 2018 and makes it clear that success in running your own business depends on a high level of commitment.
In the article, Roy points out “A good way to stay motivated during the tough times is to get excited about the business – and ignore the critics. Instilling passion into the process is crucial. When you’re doing something you love, the passage of time and the effort you put in is viewed very differently.”
Roy’s commitment is paying off as Contact Boss continues to grow three years later. Read the full story here.
Working with partners pays off for new software company
Abraham Roy, owner and CEO of Contact Boss is featured in a provincial government article about job creation. In the process of starting up his contact database management software company he worked closely with local and federal government agencies. Read the full story here.
Growth through diversity and inclusion
The Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce is an active organization in Prince Edward Island, Canada. Their quarterly magazine, Connections, recently covered the all-important business topic “Growth through Diversity and Inclusion” and the publication devoted a full page to the Contact Boss story, describing the evolution of Abraham Roy’s company from its early start-up stages to today. As a newcomer to Canada, Roy understands very well the importance of diversity and inclusion and has applied those principles to his successful contact database management software company. Check out the Chamber of Commerce article here.