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Social Media Shutdowns: an Opportunity to Diversify Customer Outreach
Social Media Shutdowns: an Opportunity to Diversify Customer Outreach
Multiple businesses rely on social media as their main marketplace. While the recent blackout cost them money, it's an opportunity to start finding alternative platforms to reach a new customer base.
Canadian Healthcare Sector and the New Vaccine Mandate
Canadian Healthcare Sector and the New Vaccine Mandate
Industry leaders, owners, and those interested in selling should not panic, but take a creative and empathetic approach to retain valued health care workers.
Plant-based Popularity: a Gold Mine for Start-ups
Plant-based Popularity: a Gold Mine for Start-ups
Ernst and Young determine that the plant-based food market will rise to $ 107 billion CDN by 2035
Canadian Consumers Struggling to Understand Insurance Products
Canadian Consumers Struggling to Understand Insurance Products
This lack of knowledge provides an opportunity for insurance companies to educate customers and increase engagement
Top tips on managing your business during the pandemic
Top tips on managing your business during the pandemic
Tips and resources for managing your business in Canada
Canadian Companies and Government Helping Small Businesses
Canadian Companies and Government Helping Small Businesses
Several businesses, including the government, have come together to help small businesses in a volatile economy created by the pandemic.

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A Survey on the Business Buyer and Seller Market
A Survey on the Business Buyer and Seller Market
Hundreds of entrepreneurs in Canada are ready to use their cash to snap up opportunities as asking prices fall during the COVID-19 crisis.
UK SMEs set to contribute £241bn to the economy by 2025
UK SMEs set to contribute £241bn to the economy by 2025
The contribution that small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) make to the British economy is expected to grow to £241bn by the year 2025.
FSB Urges SMEs to Take Mental Health More Seriously
FSB Urges SMEs to Take Mental Health More Seriously
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) is urging small business owners and the self-employed to make the most of networking and social events to increase mental wellbeing and mitigate the negative effects of isolation.
No end to Brexit uncertainty
No end to Brexit uncertainty
The current Brexit chaos seems to have been triggered by Theresa May taking her Summer holiday in Europe. Differences of opinion on Brexit – it’s timing, single market access, migration etc – have become full blown briefing wars between government ministers.
Brexit is in trouble, even the hardest of Brexiteers will admit
Brexit is in trouble, even the hardest of Brexiteers will admit
The “having your cake and eat it” Brexit was, like everything else, a promise fuelled with patriotic fervour but with no planning. It’s starting to feel like the “Charge of the Light Brigade”.
Small business big heart winners announced
Small business big heart winners announced
Our hunt for the small business with the biggest heart is over. We’re delighted to announce the first-ever winner of our Small Business Big Heart Award
Business Brexit Roundup
Business Brexit Roundup
Every fortnight, BusinessesForSale.com’s Chairman Marcus Markou scans the press to see how Brexit is affecting business.
How transplant surgery creates a small business with a big heart
How transplant surgery creates a small business with a big heart
Stevie Woodrow was recovering from a kidney transplant on Christmas day in 2012. He was keen to return to sport, but there were no established teams he could join.
The Queen's Speech: What SMEs need to know
The Queen's Speech: What SMEs need to know
Addressing themes such as Brexit, cyber security, transport and the wider economy, the FSB says that the speech was “paving the way for a pro-business Brexit”.
Hung Parliament – a new crisis of business confidence?
Hung Parliament – a new crisis of business confidence?
If the EU referendum saw UK businesses put the brakes on spending, while they worked out what was going to happen, what impact will a hung Parliament have?
 The small business that transports and transforms dogs for the elderly
The small business that transports and transforms dogs for the elderly
Louise Rayner set up her dog grooming business, Wagglebumz, in June 2015.  From the outset her love for the dogs in her care was paramount so, in addition to giving them a good groom, she always made time for play – sending each dog on its way looking good and feeling happy. 
The café that caters for community
The café that caters for community
Karen Tyas is a Penistone girl with a passion for baking that was instilled in her by her grandmother when she was a child.  She’s worked in catering since she was 15 and her ambition was always to own a café and cake shop of her own. 

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