With the unveiling of the Path to Impact installation, Scotiabank shows how art and business can make for an interactive combination. The piece brings to life the journey of starting and building a business in Canada. The 10 feet tall immersive installation will be open to the public in downtown Toronto during Small Business Week.
The installation will open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET until October, 25, at an outdoor space at 464 King St. West. It includes first-person anecdotes from business owners and statistics about five key stages of the business journey:
The Big Idea: Every successful business starts with a big idea.
Curveballs: This is the stage where thinking turns into doing at an extremely fast pace, and business owners face many curveballs along the way.
Doubt & Isolation: This is the point at which where business owners can feel stuck.
Closing Doors: It is here when business owners feel like giving up but remember why they started in the first place and keep going.
Impact: Business owners look back on the journey and see how every step has led to impact.
Scotiabank offers business solutions to help business owners bring their own big ideas to life and to support them through every stage. They are also committed to empowering women-led businesses through The Scotiabank Women Initiative™, and providing tailored financial solutions for Canada’s medical doctors with the Scotiabank Healthcare+ Physician Banking Program.
Follow #PathToImpact and visit www.scotiabank.com/PathToImpact to find out more!