Canada – A Business Investment Destination
In this video, take a look at Canada and the business opportunities offered for global investors.
Register a Corporation in Canada
Incorporate in Canada – Name Search, NUANS, Name Approval, Preparation and Filing of Articles of Association, Articles of Incorporation, Corporate By-laws, Corporate Kits.
Incorporate in Canada:
Incorporate in Ontario, Incorporate in Alberta, Incorporate in BC, Incorporate in Saskatchewan.
Types of Corporations:
Professional Corporation, Not for Profit Corporation, Shelf Corporations and Non-resident Corporations
Register Business Name in Canada
Register a Business Name in Canada for your Small Business. Learn about Business Name selection, Business Name Search and Registration in Canada.
Corporate Minute Book, Corporate Seal and Share Certificates
orporate Minute Book is the number one tool for organizing your corporate records. View more details here: http://bit.ly/MinuteBookKit . When you register a corporation, you should get the Corporate Minute Book Kit to keep your records in order.
Learn from our Small Business Specialists about the different business structures you can register and which is best for you. Learn to register your business and CRA accounts properly, get maximum tax advantages, report properly to Canada Revenue Agency and avoid potential problems. We’ll also explain web domains, trademarks and copyrights and much more.
Trademark and Copyright in Canada
Canadian Trademarks protect the Intellectual Property of a Business. Trademark a Name, Logo Trademark, Domain Name Trademark.
Copyright in Canada, Copyright Books, Copyright Music, Copyright Lyrics, Copyright Songs, Copyright Script, Copyright Videos, Copyright paintings, Copyright Images, Copyright Photographs
Resort for sale in Canada
An outstanding opportunity for investors worldwide.
A beautiful resort on 25 acres of prime land, surrounded by lakes. 200 rooms with restaurant and 9 hole golf course.
Investment – CAD $5 million (USD 4.80 million)
Return on INvestment – 5.8%
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Selling Your Business: Timing Is Everything
One of the most critical decisions an entrepreneur makes is determining the best time to bring in outside investors or sell the business entirely. Similar to investing in stocks or playing a game of poker, you need to have a strategy in place to know when to cash in your chips and maximize payout. Getting the timing right is key to getting the highest return for the business you’ve worked so hard to build.
Here are five points to keep in mind as you evaluate your options.
1. Know Which Factors Impact Valuation
A business is an attractive acquisition target when it is growing and has a track record of success. Regardless of what has been invested in the business, its valuation is always changing based on market conditions and its competitive positioning. Ultimately, a company’s value is driven primarily by its relevance in the marketplace, operational strength, and ability to generate cash flow going forward. Specifically, factors that impact valuation include:
Client / customer relationship quality
Potential synergies with strategic buyers
Competitive market positioning / sustainable competitive advantages
Balance of the management team and reliance on the owner
Macroeconomic factors, including availability of affordable debt
2. Set Defined Goals
Experts view business growth as a stepwise function in which each incremental capital investment allows for growth potential with a maximum limit. Weigh whether you have optimized the business performance given the resources (time and people) in place. Set specific targets that you’d like to hit (revenue, financing, enterprise value, etc.) so that as the business grows, you have concrete objectives to serve as an indicator that it may be time for an exit or potential next round of investment.
3. Know the Current Valuation
Communicate regularly with a trusted professional for perspective of the market transaction multiples, potential sale price, best practices for preparing financial statements for potential buyers, and the general market landscape of potential buyers. Advisers can connect you with their network of potential buyers and help you gauge the appetite of public markets for your business.
4. Evaluate the Opportunity Cost
Many entrepreneurs feel inclined to retain their business given the potential for independently driving growth, the annual cash flow streams, and the sense of purpose from their greatest endeavor. However, if you’re planning to sell at some point and current exit conditions are favorable, it may be wise to forego this perceived security. Connect with your wealth adviser to project the expected returns if proceeds from the sale were invested across different asset classes. Evaluate the opportunity cost of keeping your wealth tied into the business, as the returns can be greater–or the risk of holding your investments in a concentrated portfolio is diminished–if the capital is invested in alternative ways. Investments in fixed income and equity markets will likely free your time and enhance liquidity options in the face of market changes, mitigating idiosyncratic risk.
5. Find Capable Buyers
Many buyers require that the seller stay vested in the business post-transaction in the form of minority stake, options, or some form of advisory service to ensure an effective transition. Accordingly, seek a buyer equipped with the skills and resources to execute on their business plan so the value of any remaining stake is preserved.