Make your voice known! Read about small business news, blog posts, commentaries and engage in polling that can influence the policies.


For every small business owner, now is the time to look critically at your business and create a business continuity plan. Negotiate and stay in contact with suppliers, think about how you can adjust your offering, deal with customers online and look at how you could weather the financial implications ahead.


To survive 2020, it is crucial that your initial response is right for the specific situation and position your business finds itself in. As no two businesses are the same, the correct response will be different depending on multiple factors specific to your current needs. We are here to help.


This crisis will come to an end, eventually. And when it does your business must be ready to operate in a business environment different from the one that existed before the lockdown. Supply chains will need to be restarted, new partners are needed and consumer behaviour will be fundamentally altered. We are here to help.


Looking forward to a world post COVID-19, digital can no longer be on the side-line of business. In fact, digital should be at the core of an SME’s business model, and should enable everything from back end automation to digital customer engagement. We are here to help.

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Small Business in Canada is the Heart of the Canadian Economy.  There are over three million small businesses in Canada. These businesses employ over 75% of Canadians.

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