20 Ways Canadian Online Retailers Can Win Back-To-School Sales

20 Ways Canadian Online Retailers Can Win Back-To-School Sales

The 2022 back-to-school shopping season is poised to be one of the most successful of recent years for Canadian ecommerce. Canadians are spending more online in Canada, and using the internet as a tool for comparison shopping and bargain hunting.  In fact, 88 percent of Canadians made an online purchase in the past year, according […]

2.2 million Canadian Small Businesses Launched in the Past 2 Years

2.2 million Canadian Small Businesses Launched in the Past 2 Years

TORONTO, June 14, 2022 /CNW/ – Intuit (Nasdaq: INTU), the global technology platform that makes TurboTax, QuickBooks, Mint, Credit Karma, and Mailchimp, today announces the release of findings from a new study by QuickBooks revealing that a quarter of Canada’s small businesses (24 per cent) were started in the last two years, despite facing many […]

Your Unique Selling Proposition for Online Business and eCommerce

Your Unique Selling Proposition for Online Business and eCommerce

Even if you have an offline store, your online unique selling proposition (or unique selling point) can be different from your offline USP. Your target market can be entirely different online, including age, education level, location, and so on. Online shoppers also have unique concerns and objections that you can address. It isn’t necessarily what […]

Finding Wholesale Suppliers for your Canadian Business

Finding Wholesale Suppliers for your Canadian Business

It can be frustrating and time consuming to find wholesale product suppliers for your business in Canada, particularly in specialty niches. Whether you’re sourcing supplies to make your own products or stocking your virtual shelves, finding the right supplier is usually a long and involved process. Many factors are involved in the decision, from quality […]

5 Online Home Businesses to Start When You Retire

5 Online Home Businesses to Start When You Retire

There was a time not long ago when Canadians over the age of 50 weren’t expected to know anything about the Internet. Then, we saw them learning the basics so they could keep in touch in touch or search for information. As time went on, older Canadians learned more, either through their jobs or on […]

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