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Video chat: How to find the right business mentor

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Luis Carlos Torres

Welcome to the second in a monthly series of Google+ Hangout interviews with small-business owners and operators from across Canada.

The Globe's Katherine Scarrow hung out with Linda Morana, mentor-in-residence at the Canadian Youth Business Foundation's (CYBF), and Ash Yoon, the owner of Toronto Acupuncture Studio to discuss the benefits and challenges of a mentorship, qualities of a good mentor and how to to establish a successful working relationship. (Mobile users can click here to watch)

As a national organization established in 1996, the CYBF has invested in more than 5,100 Canadians aged 18 to 34 who have established businesses that have created more than 20,100 new jobs, $143-million in tax revenue, and hundreds of millions of dollars in sales and export revenues.

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