Canada Business Network Blog
Feasibility study vs business plan
Conduct a feasibility study to look objectively at the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of your proposed business venture.
Starting a side business? Minipreneurs still need to plan
Learn more about minipreneurs, a new trend in entrepreneurship, and what to do if you're planning to become one.
Start-up funding: Borrowing from friends and family
Borrowing from family or friends may be a good way to get the money you need to get your business started.
National Household Survey Profile: a revealing look at the socio-economic characteristics of Canadians
Access free market intelligence to better understand your customers and develop your strategy.
Minimizing market research mishaps
A business plan, including market research, is key to a successful start-up or expansion. Avoid market research roadblocks by following these hints.
Get time on your side
If you struggle to find time to do everything and are often overwhelmed, you may want to re-evaluate some of your work strategies.
Selling your business: find the right fit
Discover strategies to evaluate your business' worth and attract quality buyers.
Young entrepreneurs: Turn your daydream into your dream job
If you're a young person thinking about harnessing your passion and energy into a money-making venture, a plan of action could help you start your own business.
Throwing a client event that could boost your business
Here are some tips on throwing a client event that can increase loyalty and help grow your business.
Strategic reinvention: Take your business in a new direction
If you're ready for change, strategic reinvention could help you stay competitive in a changing marketplace.