To evaluate the success of a business, most analysts will look at the history and conception of the company. From there, they will measure the growth and milestones the business achieves and how quickly they were able to do so.
By Shawn Saraga Imagine opening the first McDonald’s Canada 60 years ago? Or being the premier franchisee of Wendy’s Canada? Canadian franchisees have a long history of investing and bringing U.S. brands to Canada for expansion. Having the vision to seize opportunities requires a certain appetite for risk. Some Canadians can be ethnocentric and unsure if foreign brands will work in local markets without seeing a track record of success. Indeed, for the many…
By Kevin Grimes
When I used to play junior hockey, I would read up about the real estate industry while I was on the road. After I got my licence and became a real estate agent myself in Smiths Falls, Ont., coaching hockey in my spare time turned out to be a perfect networking tool for connecting with new clients.