Devesh Dwivedi

Member Since 2012

Devesh Dwivedi



Calgary, Canada Area

Devesh Dwivedi is a Business Coach who loves to help entrepreneurs grow their businesses and impact. Devesh started his first business, a comics rental company, when he was 14, and since then he has founded and co-founded several businesses. He has an MBA and worked for multiple Fortune 100s in Corporate America but being a square peg he never fit in that round hole. Currently, he is busy building his business consulting practice and helping 6-7 figure entrepreneurs grow their businesses. Devesh loves reading, writing, cooking, golfing and going on long drives, not necessarily in that order though. Devesh is very friendly and an easy to reach person – email him at devesh(at)deveshdwivedi(dot)com or hit him on IG @deveshd.


  • Strategy
  • Business Coaching
  • Management Consulting


March 14th, 2023

Want To Build A Franchise? Nine Industries To Consider

An entrepreneur with a fresh and successful idea might consider establishing a franchise, but it's not always the best move. To give them confidence in their decision, they’ll want to consider an industry which is already showing success with the franchise model. 

February 27th, 2023

10 Signs Your Business Has Outgrown Its SaaS Vendor

As your business grows, it's important to regularly assess whether your current software-as-a-service (SaaS) vendor is meeting your needs. Some factors you can evaluate periodically are whether the vendor is able to scale with your business, provide necessary features and offer the level of support that you require — and if the answer is “no,” it may be time to move on to a new provider.

February 21st, 2023

12 Resources That Helped These Entrepreneurs Learn How to Run a Company

February 16th, 2023

Nine Ways Any Business Can Improve The Quality Of Their Video Marketing

Whether you're creating a short ad for TikTok or a longer-form video series on YouTube, the quality of your videos can have a major impact on your company’s ability to draw in and retain customers. Poor editing, distorted audio and a bad script can all make it seem like you aren’t willing to put effort into your marketing—which may make customers question the quality of your products or services as well.



Business Coaching


  • Strategy
  • financial management
  • business coaching


Management Consulting