Whether an Alberta entrepreneur is starting out or continuing to grow, figuring out which way to turn can take some thought. For some, buying an existing business could be the best answer. Before making such a decision and an offer to the seller, it would be wise to look at every aspect of this choice.
In Alberta, choosing a name for a new company is an important part of the incorporation process. The name needs to draw customers in and be memorable. There are also considerations involving domain name selection.
Entrepreneurs here in Alberta and across the country have several decisions to make as they get ready to open their doors. One of the most essential is the type of business structure under which they will operate. Fortunately, business law allows flexibility in this area since a company can change its structure when necessary.
For those looking to rent commercial property in Alberta, getting a good deal could make the difference in growing a successful business. Rent payments often require a large chunk of a business's budget, and working toward receiving the best possible deal is paramount. When it comes to business law matters, negotiating a commercial lease is not just a desire, but a requirement in many instances.
Just say the words 'Silicon Valley' and images of tech campuses, startups, and Teslas come to mind. With publications touting Canada as the next technological hub, it's easy to get caught up in the hype.
Today's business landscape looks a lot different than it did a decade ago. Employees are encouraged to work remotely, major deals can be done without meeting face-to-face, and work-related technology can fit in your pocket.