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Our themes this month surround the use of social media for small businesses and the recent federal election. Dive into The Balance October edition to learn about leveraging social media for your business, the new Liberal mandates, and as always, some great advice!
Having a social media presence is crucial for any small business. It allows you to access a wide audience and promote your products/services in a quick and cost-effective manner. Find out why being on social media is important for your business.
Justin Trudeau’s Liberals have been re-elected, and will lead for the next 18 months with a minority government. Find out the complete breakdown of the new Liberal mandate here.
Overdraft fees can be irritating and put a strain on your financial stability. You can expect to incur a fee if you conduct a transaction or make a withdrawal without sufficient funds in your account to cover the expense. Luckily, it is possible to have bank fees reversed. Check out this article to find out how!
Social media has become an integral part of marketing. With surging growth and popularity on these platforms, having a strong online presence is a crucial form of small business marketing. This article breaks down some of the best strategies you can use to learn how to promote your business on social media.
In order to increase the profitability there are two key levers that you can pull: driving more sales and reducing your expenses. We have compiled some easy ways for you to do exactly that. Learn how to lower your overall business costs and maintain a healthy balance sheet.
Keep an eye out for our Small Business Recovery Guide coming soon! This comprehensive guide will provide valuable advice and takeaways for businesses recovering from the impact of the pandemic.
Advice and research for Canadian small businesses from our expert team