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Osaka Kine Turbo Molecular Pump

Posted by Paul Vella on December 29, 2015

Osaka Kine Turbo Molecular Pump Leasing

One of our Latest Deals: Osaka Kine Turbo Molecular Pump‬ $61,000 @ 36 months

Equilease provides financing for Osaka Pumps and other Industrial Equipment. Call us to see how easy it is to have your equipment financed.

LED Lighting Retrofit

Posted by Paul Vella on December 17, 2015

LED Lighting Retrofit Financing

One of our Latest Deals: LED Lighting Retrofit‬ $145,000 @ 48 months

Opening a New Store? This Candy Retailer Used Locale as Inspiration

Posted by Paul Vella on December 16, 2015

Dylan's Candy Store founder Dylan Lauren

Dylan's Candy Bar's uptown and upscale flagship has been a fixture in Manhattan for more than a decade. But Dylan Lauren, the candy chain’s founder, says she also had her sights set on the downtown market. Just this year, the lifestyle entrepreneur opened her Union Square location -- one of twelve sweet spots she’s launched across the country.

In this short video, learn why Lauren decided against replicating the iconic flagship’s look when she built the new Dylan's Candy Bar store and why it’s important to understand your business’ locale. Read more...

Osler's Insights on Key Developments in 2015 and their Implications for Canadian Business

Posted by Paul Vella on December 15, 2015

Osler Canadian Business Legal Review 2015

As 2015 comes to a close, ‪Osler‬, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP share their observations about what they believe to be some of the most significant legal developments affecting Canadian ‪‎business over the past year and their implications for 2016 and beyond. Read more...

5 Easy Ways to Use Body Language To Win Sales

Posted by Paul Vella on December 11, 2015

how to use body language to sell

As small business owners, we all know that customers like to buy from people they know they can trust. And we trust what we see more than anything else.

Understanding how your company’s sales-focused staff can communicate trust visually to their customers and prospects—with body language—is a major factor in getting potential buyers on side. Using the right nonverbal signals increases a sales professional’s likeability and subsequently the likeability of the product or service that they are representing. This, in turn, can help elevate your business to “friend” status in the mind of the buyer. Read more...

Master the Art of Landing Big Clients

Posted by Paul Vella on December 10, 2015

how to land big clients

How-To Guide: Proven ways to convince a giant prospect your firm has what it takes to handle their business.

For many small and mid-sized companies, landing a giant, marquee customer is a rite of passage. But it’s not always easy to convince these huge corporations that your company has the chops—or the experience—to handle the demands of their business. A panel of experts give their best tips and tactics for successfully winning over big clients. Read more...

Small Business Takes Centre Ice

Posted by Paul Vella on December 8, 2015

Factory Hockey Training

Success Story: How a pair of B.C. business owners built the go-to training centre for the NHL's elite.

Over the first 10 years, Groundwork Athletics not only built up its clientele but also its reputation as a place where serious athletes could train. Among these were a number of professional hockey players. Six years ago, in fact, there were so many hockey players training at Groundwork that Dalton and Bula decided to split off the hockey program, and Factory Hockey Training Inc. was born. Read more...

Doctors, Lawyers Concerned About Trudeau's Small-Business Tax Changes

Posted by Paul Vella on December 2, 2015

Doctors, lawyers concerned about Trudeau's small-business tax changes

Doctors and lawyers who run their own practices are anxiously waiting for more details on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s plan to change tax rules for small businesses. At the moment, few details on the forthcoming changes are available, leaving these professionals wondering just how they will be affected.

The issue of tax avoidance arose during the fall federal election when the Liberals, Conservatives and NDP endorsed the proposal in the 2015 federal budget (passed into law in June) to reduce the small-business tax rate to 9 per cent from 11 per cent. The three parties said it was important to support small businesses because they are a major driver of jobs and economic growth. Read more...

Mark Zuckerberg to Give 99% of Facebook Stock to Charity

Posted by Paul Vella on December 1, 2015

Zuckerberg Chan Initiative

Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan announced to the world in a Facebook post the birth of their first child, a daughter named Max Chan Zuckerberg. They also announced another gift to the world: pledged to donate 99 per cent of their Facebook shares — currently valued at $45 billion (U.S.) — to charity, starting the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to make the world a better place. Read more...

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