Starting a new business can be a daunting task. As a small business owner, you need to ensure that you have properly covered your bases at each phase of your business development.
To assist entrepreneurs, the government of Canada has produced a useful, interactive checklist which can be found at:
The checklist covers the following important topics:
- Is entrepreneurship for you?
- Developing your ideas
- Developing your business plan
- Business name and registration
- Buying a business
- Forms of business organization
- Financing your business
- Choosing and setting up a location
- Checklists and guides for starting a business
As you go through the start-up process, it is also highly recommended to seek the advice of a qualified business lawyer to help you establish and grow your business.
For more information with respect to starting-up your business, do not hesitate to contact Murphy & Company at (604) 360-7014 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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