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Managing Strategies for small busineses competing with giants

Anthony Lacavera, chair of Wind Mobile, talked about going head-to-head with the established telcos.

The co-founder of Toronto's Mill Street Brewery, Steve Abrams, on selling into markets dominated by multinationals.

Loudon Owen outlined the details of how his company, i4i, was able to win a $290 million patent infringement suite against Microsoft.

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These three guests, along with Globe and Mail telecom reporter Iain Marlow, a fellow journalist from CanadaOne.com, and an executive from HP took part in a live discussion entitled "David versus Goliath: Competing against the giants," which examined how small and medium-sized businesses can go up against companies of any size.

The Globe and Mail's Your Business partnered with Direct Engagement Show to host the one-hour webcast on Sept. 14. Questions were also posed by members of the studio audience. Here are a few short clips.











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