5 Things Entrepreneurs Need To Know Before Starting Up A Small Business

5 Things Entrepreneurs Need To Know Before Starting Up A Small Business Are you a potential entrepreneur considering venturing into starting up your own business? If so, it’s important that you start familiarizing yourself with information on how to succeed in the current business climate right now. Operating a small business requires you to possess the necessary skills to plan and manage the business efficiently and a vision that seeks to grow from nothing to something substantial after a period of time. Here are the top 5 things an entrepreneur needs to know before starting up a small business.

1. A perfect business plan is indispensable.

A business plan is the foundation of any successful company today. It serves to chart out the goals of the business as well as the possible ways of achieving them and acts as a blueprint that outlines the road to the future of any business. It’s also a necessity when seeking financial help to set up your business, hiring future employees, and keeping track on how you run your business once it’s operational.

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Business Basics: How to Incorporate in Canada (Part 2)

Welcome to Part 2 of our Business Basics posts on Canada. Last week we took a quick look at corporate law in Canada, and explored some of the major differences between American and Canadian corporate law. If you are thinking about incorporating up north, you should start there as it will give you a basic idea of what to expect in terms of regulations and rules.

This week we are going to shift gears a bit and answer a few of the most commonly asked question about incorporating in Canada.

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Doing iBusiness with MyCorp’s Very Own App!

Happy New Year everyone!

As everyone recovers and begins to remember those resolutions they listed before they went out to celebrate New Year’s Eve, we thought it would be a good idea to help you all with something we’re sure is on a few lists; starting your small business.

Most people tend to put this particular resolution off, seeing it as a daunting behemoth of a task. Sure, you could go online and trudge through all of the research that goes in to starting a business and incorporating, but you’re stuck on that one level of Angry Birds and getting past that seems like it would be a lot more enjoyable. Continue reading