The Complete Canadian Small Business Guide

The Complete Canadian Small Business Guide

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The Definitive Guide to Owning and Running a Successful Small Business

The Complete Canadian Small Business Guide has been the go-to book for thousands of Canadian entrepreneurs ever since it was first published in 1988. Now in its fourth edition, this essential guide updates you on everything you need to know to understand, manage, and take advantage of the latest changes in technology, law, resources, and best practices of today's small businesses.

Renowned experts in their field, Douglas Gray and Diana Gray provide a complete reference for every question you have and offer street-smart tips that will give your small business a competitive advantage.

The Complete Canadian Small Business Guide, Fourth Edition, answers all your questions about starting, operating, and expanding your business, including:

Should I buy a business, a franchise, or start from scratch? Where do I get financing, how much do I need, and how do I pay it back? How do I get credit from my suppliers, and when should I extend it to my customers? How do I maximize the value of my lawyer, accountant, banker, and insurance broker? How do I use Internet marketing, SEO and social media to enhance my business? How do I hire the best employees--and keep them?

Easy-to-read and fully up-to-date, The Complete Canadian Small Business Guide provides the information you need in virtually any situation.

Douglas Gray, LLB, is Canada's foremost authority on small business. Formerly a practicing lawyer, he is the author of 25 bestselling business and personal finance books. He lives in Vancouver, B.C. Visit www.smallbiz.ca

Diana Gray is an experienced business owner and consultant. Her company provides centralized business services to small and medium-sized companies as well as home-based businesses.

Publisher: Whitby, ON : McGraw-Hill Ryerson, c2013
Edition: 4th ed
ISBN: 9780071784719
Branch Call Number: 658.022 GRA
Characteristics: 670 p
Additional Contributors: Gray, Diana Lynn

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SageWei
Jan 13, 2015

It's a great book for you to have some basic ideas about how to running a business. It covers all the aspects about building a small business, but no details about any specific industry. It could be the first book to read if you're planning to start a business, but definitely not the only one.

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