Cloud computing has opened a new door to small businesses that allows a level of innovation, functionality and efficiency previously only enjoyed by those with a large budget. In spite of the opportunities it presents, Cloud adoption has been slow in Canada.
I was very curious when I found out about the launch of Canadian John Chow’s latest offering, Blogging with John Chow, so I bought it on the spot for $37.00. This is the resulting review and commentary.
Many people have ideas for an online business, or they’d like to expand their offline business into the eCommerce format. There are a number of ways to finance a web-based business, or obtain additional funds to expand.
Intuit Canada produces TurboTax and Quickbooks, Canada’s leading financial management and accounting software for small businesses and the self-employed. They’ve recently released the results of their Canadian entrepreneurship survey of 500 successful Canadian entrepreneurs, and we think you’ll be encouraged by what they found.
Canadians are an adventurous bunch, even if we do exercise caution along the way. It’s important to let that aspect of our personality shine through when running a Canadian Web-based business so we’ll stand out from the crowd.
Canadian online business icon and veteran, Ken Evoy, want’s to jump-start your eBusiness… so he’s having a sweepstakes!