4 Steps to Faster Invoice Payment

A healthy cashflow means that a business has sufficient cash to pay its bills, you can reinvest in your business and you can create a financial buffer for any future financial challenges. One of the main challenges of keeping a healthy cashflow however, is late payment of invoices by your […]

How to Create Foolproof Systems For Your Website and Online Business

“Systems” can sound like a fancy word for MBA types in big organizations but it actually has a lot of value for businesses of all stages and sizes. Since implementing systems in my business, I’ve reclaimed hours every week and become a much more productive business owner.

5 Ways to Attract and Keep Employees

Although small businesses represent the majority of employers in Canada it can be hard to draw in and retain the talent you deserve. Thankfully, there are a few easy things you can do to feel ‘big’ to bring in and keep the top-notch talent in your industry. 1. Formalize Employees […]

7 Public Relations Trends to Consider in 2017

Traditional media and public relations will continue to change rapidly in the next few years given the rise of social media platforms, declining newsroom staff, a shift to edu-tainment type content, and the amount of clutter that media and consumers alike must deal with. In this blog, I list seven […]

Make Your Canadian Business Stand Out with .CA

Small business owners already know the importance of having an online presence. After all, it’s how you expand your customer base in the shortest amount of time. But are you reaching the right people at the right time? Enter .ca domains – the domain extension that is specifically for Canadian […]

Cybersecurity: Why it Shouldn’t be Overlooked and How to Protect Your Business

Client records, accounting history, secrets to the trade – what would happen to your small business if it was all stolen or you suddenly couldn’t access it? For many small businesses, the issue of cybersecurity is often eclipsed by other business priorities that hoard the company budget. Particularly here in British Columbia.

The Number One Hiring Mistake You’re Probably Making

First impressions are powerful – will the first date pave way for a second? Will the business card exchange lead to a sale? Can the eager interviewee transform sweaty palms and dry mouth into career magic? In fact, first impressions are so paramount that you’re probably weighing if this article […]