The bells are ringing, and there is Christmas cheer in the air. The trees are up and beautifully decorated with care. While the weather is frigidly cold, this season will never get old. Oh, what a wonderful time to start a business!
Posts By Dale Schaub
Classes of shares? Maximum number of shares? Directors? Many a Business Link client has called expressing frustration in trying to set up their own corporation. And while we strongly recommend you utilize the services of a lawyer to fill out this important documentation, that shouldn’t stop us from giving you a little background into the form and what you should be considering for the birth of your corporation.
At Business Link, we get a lot of questions about money. Quite often those questions are about how to get money to buy essential equipment needed to start a business. There are currently no grants for this type of activity, but there might be some paths you can take.
The legalization of marijuana is estimated to give the Canadian economy a boost of $12.7 – $22.6 BILLION, according to a study from business services firm Deloitte. While you’ll need millions of dollars to become a marijuana producer and you’ll need tens of thousands to open a retail location (See: Cannabis-ness Succeed? The Straight Dope), what’s left for the rest of us?
The government announced a huge policy change that revolutionized the face of business in profound ways. This was back in 1993 when the Alberta government decided to privatize liquor sales. Up to that point, liquor sales were done in a cold, formulaic way that only a government could. The government of the day decided to open up the market to private enterprise, and everywhere you looked, everyone you talked to, people saw opportunity and money. I watched the whole thing unfold with rapt attention.