Kimberly Tholl is making coworking space affordable in Vancouver
CityHack offers unique coworking spaces in Vancouver and Richmond. By partnering with primary establishments, the company is able to lower the cost.
How to protect your company’s online reputation
One negative online review in a sea of positive ones holds less weight than one lone negative review.
Free up time for doing “nothing” — your business will thank you
Allowing yourself to remain busy all the time can be counterproductive if you aren't setting aside time for creativity.
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.
A basic guide to commercial insurance
Insurance enables you to focus on running your business without having to worry about the financial burden of an accident or injury occurring.
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.
How technology helps with employee retention
Technological advancements are one tool that smaller companies can leverage to appeal to employees without facing skyrocketing staff costs.
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.
How to choose the right software solution for your small business
Software can save your business time and money. But with so many options to choose from, how do you pick the right one?