What to look for in an investor
Finding the right investor for your business is a lore more than just dollars and cents. Here are some things to take into account when raising money.
How to finance your business: Debt vs. equity
Two common ways to raise capital for your business are borrowing money and finding investors. Which one is right for you?
Carmen Chan, the sommelier who’s changing how Canadians drink sake
Sake is more than something that goes well with sushi, and Carmen Chan is determined to help others understand that.
Sole proprietorship, partnership, and incorporation—what’s right for you?
What exactly does it mean to be in a sole proprietorship, a partnership, or to incorporate your business? There are different ramifications for each.
How entrepreneur Coleman Chan turned his class assignment into a tech solution for sports management
The story of how an idea to get sports enthusiasts together using technology went from class project to reality.
How to save for retirement when you’re self-employed
Deciding what you want your retirement to look like now will help you achieve that lifestyle later.
Armin Faraji is changing how businesses work with social media influencers
Faraji's startup Node App is a marketplace that allows brands to offer products and services in exchange for influencer-created content.
What to do when a client decides to move on
What to do when a client doesn't want your services any more, and how to prevent that from happening again.
What you need to know to negotiate a lower rent on your commercial lease
While rent is obviously the most important part of a commercial lease, don’t overlook CAM fees which can lead to unexpected costs.
Do you need a lawyer to draft a shareholder agreement?
If you have a business in which you’re one of multiple owners, you should have or at least consider having a shareholder agreement.
So you’re buying a business. Should you get a lawyer involved?
It may be tempting to save a few thousand dollars by thinking you understand every document yourself, but it’s often not that simple.