Great Expectations

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Porcupine's Quill, Jan 1, 2000 - Business & Economics - 269 pages
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Thom and Sophie Penmaen are typical small-town Canadian entrepreneurs whose accustomed regimen... of diligent creditors, mind-numbing work days, negative cashflow, endless family feuds, quiet nights of looming deadlines, inopportune power failures and attendant local digital catastrophes ... is suddenly thrown into sharp relief by the unexpected arrival in Glendaele Village of Geoffrey Bowles, emissary of the reclusive financier Galen Nicholas Aldebaan, whose grand vision of a `horizontally-integrated communications company' apparently, for whatever bizarre reason, includes little Penmaen Lithography.

Thom and Sophie are forced to consider their future, to turn dreams into language, to talk to each other, to listen, to think and, not co-incidentally, to put a dollar value on Penmaen Lithography ... to put a price on their personal sense of pride.

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Contents Foreword
The Enigmatic Mr Bowles
Galen Nicholas Aldebaan

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Grant Robinson was born and educated in Guelph, Ontario, where he earned his degree in Chartered Accounting (CA) in 1976. A year in Bermuda under the auspices of Morris and Kempe convinced Grant and his doubles partner, Sheila, that Wellington County was actually a better place to raise a family than they had realized, just as the young couple's one attempt to grow forty acres of corn convinced them of the utter necessity of crop insurance.Grant Robinson is the CEO of Robinson & Co

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