If you do business online with Canadians, you need to keep the country’s recent CASL legislation in mind. You may have heard of it – or even attended the odd web seminar More »
With the increasing uncertainty of the economy, home-based businesses are growing thick and fast. The rate of unemployment continues to grow, and starting your own business gives you the flexibility that cannot More »
The Internet has emerged as one of the most important means of marketing for all kinds of businesses. Individuals interested in setting up their own home-based business can now easily promote their More »
Choosing to start your own micro business is not an easy decision. You might have pondered over it for several days, months or years until you finally decided to go ahead with More »
Small business and part time business owners are used to being flexible in how they are compensated for their wares. The rise of Bitcoin has attracted a lot of press and if not already offering it as a way for customers to pay, you may be considering it — especially if it can be done easily, securely and with minimal cost or risk to yourself.
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If you do business online with Canadians, you need to keep the country’s recent CASL legislation in mind. You may have heard of it – or even attended the odd web seminar – but many still are clueless about the law, largely because it goes significantly beyond the norms of email opt-in compliance that are the standard in most other countries. With small and microbusinesses relying so heavily on email marketing, it’s wise to pay attention.
If you’re home-based now, you may yet find yourself compelled to look to leasing small office space outside your home. There are only so many hours in the day within which to house your complete productivity, and you may consider trading off the time spent on a short commute for the benefits of fewer distractions and hours spent in a dedicated work environment outside your personal walls.