Robyn’s career as an entrepreneur started quite early, when her dad took her and her brother into a local ATB branch when she was just 12 to apply for her first loan for the purchase of a small herd of cattle. This was a short term loan, to be used for the purchase and feed for the cattle for the season, followed by a trip to an auction at the end of the year. Turning a small profit after this experience, inspired Robyn down a path of self-employment to entrepreneurship. Robyn started her first official company in 2001 as an equine sports therapist in the Calgary, AB area. This was a rewarding career that she held for more than a decade and a half travelling throughout North American to service her clientele. Wanting to create an opportunity for more exponential growth, pushed Robyn (and new partner – Clint) into creating a new business plan together. Supplementing the start up through her other business (as well as Clints) allowed for Robyn to make the transition from self-employed to a small business owner. Constantly looking for more knowledge and growth opportunities, Clint and Robyn have three businesses under their belt at this point – and we don’t see it slowing down anytime soon.