The pandemic has changed how Canadian businesses operate. Here are five pandemic trends that are here to stay.
Customers have embraced online shopping, and starting an online store is increasingly important for a business’s success. If you’re looking to capitalize on this trend here’s everything to know.
A step-by-step guide for how to write a business plan.
If you’re thinking about starting a pop-up restaurant, read this.
How to do a competitor analysis and why it’s important for your business
Learn more about harmonized sales tax and how it may apply to your business.
Good invoice management encourages regular cash flow, eases accounting woes and saves you time.
Learn how to start your business with this guide—covering everything from business plan creation to permits and legal obligations.
Grow your business with these effective hair salon marketing ideas. Top hair salon ideas to bring in clients, including event and hair salon website ideas.
Learn how Junction Craft Brewery implemented an online store, payments, inventory and scheduling overnight.
As social distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic encourages more people to stay at home, adapting your food and drinks offerings to accommodate pickup and delivery can attract more customers and help open up a new revenue stream.
Learn how local businesses are pivoting their approach and transforming their businesses in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID has brought many small business owners across Canada to the brink of closing up shop for good. Community leaders discuss the future of small business in Canada, how owners can adapt, and other tips for fellow entrepreneurs.
Here’s some information about what contactless payments are all about and why they’re so secure.
We partnered with Nextdoor Canada on a webinar series featuring conversations with business owners and industry experts. Hear how they have harnessed power of the neighbourhood to support and grow their businesses.
The pandemic has turned everybody into a homebody. To give you insight into the trending products you might want to sell, we combed through Square data to identify the comfort items shoppers are buying more of.
Employee scheduling may be harder because of COVID-19, so it’s important to get strategic about your team’s schedules. Here are some employee scheduling techniques for unpredictable times.
Here’s a look at what ghost kitchens are and how they may (or may not) fit within your restaurant business.