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5 Things To Consider Before Starting Your Own Business

We know that the vast majority of startups fail within their first year of operations. For those starting their own business in 2016, this means they must commit to researching the process carefully before they begin. By learning from the mistakes of others, future business owners can ensure their success in the coming years. To help in this process, we’ll offer our five things to consider before starting your own business.


Identifying Right Business

How To Identify The Right Business For You

Before you invest in a business opportunity, you must first complete comprehensive market analysis. But you must also consider which type of business has the best potential for you and your own personal needs for the future. There are a large number of growth marketplaces across the business world, and selecting the right one for you could ensure future comfort as well as financial prosperity. In this article, we’ll outline how to identify the right business for you.


Sole Proprietorship

What Is A Sole Proprietorship?

A Sole Proprietorship is under the classification of setting up a business known as Master Business Licences. The Sole Proprietorship specifically is designed for the single business owner. This establishes a small business with 1 individual as the business owner and operator.

Details about registering a Sole Proprietorship

  • Owned by 1 individual
  • Registration exists for 5 years and is renewable
  • Taxation for the business is included in individuals’ tax return filing
  • Easy to establish and cancel
  • Inexpensive to start


Offline Retail Business

How To Take Your Business Offline And Into Retail Stores

Creating a retail location for your online business can help you establish stronger relationships with your local customer base, as well as with people in the local community. But the process of taking an online store into the modern offline retail environment can be challenging. Within this article, we’ll provide an overview on the process as well as several tips to help you get your start within the offline retail marketplace.


initial notice questions

What is an Initial Notice?

The Initial Notice is required within 60 days after an incorporation has been completed in the Province of Ontario. The Initial Notice solidifies the information provided with the Incorporation and requires officer positions for the individuals within the organization. Examples of officer positions are President, Secretary and Treasurer. There are a number of positions to choose from.