Whether you are starting your own business, managing operations, investing in company growth, creating a non-profit, or restructuring your business, we help you put together a plan and see it come to life.
Once you have an idea, decide the type of business that's best for you. There are three types of businesses:
By selecting a type of business and protecting your original words, symbols, and photographs, you are setting your business up for success. For planning and tax advice, consult with your accountant.
Contacting a variety of government agencies is a crucial step to make your business official. Have you registered your business in British Columbia? Have you obtained a permit or license from the government? Find the information you need:
Start by going to "14 Steps to Starting Your Own Business" >
Not only does your business need funds to get started, it also needs continuous "cashflow." Keep your business operating by understanding the basic types of financing, 1) Equity or Shareholders' Loans, 2) Term Loans, 3) Operating Loans, and 4) Bridge Loans. Financial assistance is where we can help.
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Working from home has pros and cons. Some pros are that it is cheaper than renting an office space, you can create a flexible work schedule, and you can enjoy the independence of being your own boss. Some cons may be that you can get easily distracted, have a hard time completing tasks, and feel lonely not working with other people.
A business plan is a written document that describes your entire business. It can support your business' growth and overall progress.
An effective business plan answers the 5 W's — who, what, when, where and why.
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Whether an individual contractor or large employer, we'll make sure you and your business are covered.