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Looking to sell your goods outside of British Columbia? Exporting can increase your profits, deliver access to more consumers and diversify market opportunities. To make the most of it, building an understanding of global finance is key. You’ll need to account for currency fluctuations, accounts receivable insurance, and learn how to receive and send foreign funds.
Join us for this FREE seminar and discover the basics of global finance. You’ll discover the impact of exporting on business cash flow, expenses and the financial risks in international...
SMEs and large food and beverage (and cannabis) companies can save thousands of dollars in research and development through the SR&ED Program. This year, we are excited to have a dedicated team of highly educated and experienced SR&ED experts to help you get your product development paid for by SR&ED at SAVE MONEY WITH SR&ED on January 29th, 2020.
Meet our speakers:
Habib Khemir :
M. Khemir is a Professional Engineer in telecommunications and electrical...
Below is an important message from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada:
The Market Access Secretariat at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada would like to remind Canadian companies exporting to the U.S. that the first compliance date for the revised Nutrition Facts and Supplement Facts labels is on January 1, 2020, for manufacturers with US$10 million or more in annual food sales. Manufacturers with less than US$10 million in annual food sales will have until January 1, 2021, to comply. The compliance date for manufacturers of certain flavoured dried cranberries is July 1, 2020, while...
The City of Richmond is excited to announce its partnership with FoodMesh to launch a Food Recovery Network within Richmond! As a valued local food business or supporter, you are invited to join this online exchange platform where you can seamlessly donate or sell your surplus food - while helping achieve our plan to be a sustainable and environmentally-conscious city.
Over the next year, this initiative aims to...
By: Allison Eng, Associate Lawyer, McQuarrie Hunter LLP
Make Time to Review Beneficial Ownership of Your B.C. Company, Part 1
By May 1, 2020, all private B.C. companies must have a “transparency register” of beneficial owners created and ready for law enforcement officials to inspect. This transparency register tracks personal information on “significant individuals”. If you are a director or officer of a private company, you are responsible for bringing the company into compliance.
There is a good reason to comply, as transparency registers provide a corporate ‘...