CanadianSME August Edition

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CanadianSME is proud to present its August issue. We couldn’t be more happier with the positive feedback we’ve received along with the growth of our network. Small and medium-sized businesses play a crucial role in the success of Canada’s economy, and we strive to provide them with all the resources we can on their path to success. This month’s issue is no different as we continue to work harder than ever to provide you with the scoop on the latest business trends.

One of the most critical aspects that contribute to the success of aBusiness is their marketing strategy. Marketers are often underestimated for the value they can offer to SMEs. CanadianSME understands just how much marketers bring to the table when it comes to helping businesses grow. This month, we’ve included Canada’s Top 25 Marketers which we have carefully put together after thorough research. We believe that marketers need to get the right support and recognition for the value they bring to Canada’s business industry. With this being said, that’s why we’ve made it our responsibility to share their impact on Canadian SMEs.

Additionally, this month’s interviews are based around some of the most
inspiring leaders who are shaping Canadian businesses. With some top leaders in the industry such as Vistaprint Marketing Manager Cabral Thomas, Managing Director of myWorld Canada James Malliaros and PayPal Canada President Paul Parisi, we hope they inspire future leaders to succeed and contribute towards the growth of Canadian SMEs. We are also proud to feature some very inspiring women in this month’s issue such as President of Cisco Systems Canada Rola Dagher; Sheri Somerville from the Atlantic Chamber of Commerce, Nancy Wilson, CEO and founder Canada’s very first Women’s Chamber of Commerce; and our business women of the month, Ritu Kohli-Sethi from the Greater Toronto Executive Center.

Of course, CanadianSME would not be as successful if it wasn’t for its Contributors who take time to share their knowledge through resourceful articles. This month, our contributors include Silvia Pencak who talks about the 5 Priorities for Building a Solid Business, Paul Struther discussing the 4 Small Business Money Saving Myths and Jason Pinchoff with “How to Survive the First Year in Business.” We are also excited to include the ten excellent Cloud Services for Small Businesses.

We hope our August issue will provide you with intriguing and inspiring
Articles that will help you in your journey of entrepreneurship. Thank you for your continuous support and happy reading!

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CanadianSME July Edition

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The heat is on and the small business industry is in full bloom. With more SMEs being launched on a daily basis more than ever before, CanadianSME is also growing. We’re proud to say that we’ve seen a huge increase in our network. Our social media following and our subscription list is rapidly increasing. This July issue is full of promise and exciting new articles and interviews. CanadianSME is well on its way to being the number one magazine and online platform for small and medium sized enterprises in Canada. Dedicated to providing entrepreneurs with as many resources and expert knowledge they need to succeed in the business industry, our team goes out of its way to find topics and inspirational people in the business industry to feature in our magazine. CanadianSME is on a mission to grow the small business industry and making Canada the number one country with the largest SME industry.

These facts go to show the impact that the small business industry has on the community. Not only are they contributing towards the growth and development of Canada’s economy, but they’re also creating new jobs for Canadians.


In the July edition of CanadianSME, we’re excited to feature innovative leaders that are shaping the world of business. This issue includes interviews from Madeleine Chenette of Accenture, Eric Groves from Alignable, Perrin Beatty of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Colin McIsaac of Lenovo Canada on the cover of this month’s issue,
and off course, our businesswoman of the month Marie Chevrier, founder of Sampler. We also have Laura Williams from Williams HR Law as a contributor this month. Be sure to check out her article on employment relationships.


With the huge positive impact that SMEs have on the country, there’s never been a more crucial time for an online platform that can help provide resources and informative articles to help contribute towards the success of small businesses. CanadianSME is aiming to be the main resource for entrepreneurs when it comes to guiding them on their path of success. With the help of our contributors and readers, we are one step closer to achieving this goal. We hope this month CanadianSME will provide you with valuable information to help you in the success of your business. Happy reading!

CanadianSME June Edition

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We are extremely excited to launch the June issue of the CanadianSME Business Magazine. Welcome to summer 2019! We are more motivated than ever to be the number one resource magazine for Canadian SMEs, and our June issue is bringing us one step closer to achieving that goal. Since our launch back in December 2018, CanadianSME has been committed to providing entrepreneurs with the tools and knowledge they need to succeed in the business industry. We continue to provide exclusive interviews and content from the top leaders and executives in various industries to inspire our readers.

 

The e-commerce industry is on high rise. The trends suggest that more and more entrepreneurs are turning their platforms into e-commerce businesses and using technology to help them grow. Due to the increase of accessibility to the online marketplace and consumers now accepting and feeling comfortable with online shopping, e-commerce will continue to grow. We believe that it is essential to provide entrepreneurs with all the resources and knowledge they need to succeed in the online marketplace. Therefore, CanadianSME has dedicated its June issue to e-commerce and providing small business owners with advice from industry leaders.

 

The June edition ofCanadianSME includes some of the most excitinginterviews that we have featured thus far: Kirk Simpson, Co-Founder and CEO of Wave, Charlie Regan from Nerds on Site, Bruce MacLellan, CEO of Proof Inc., Patrick Diab from Moneris, our business women of the month, Shadi McIsaac, founder of Ownr and many others. We are excited to include Silvia Pencak’s contribution to our June issue by providing her Top Tips to Sharpen Your Networking. We have also included the 5 Major Takeaways from the 2019 Benchmark Report from the Canada Post 2019 e-commerce report.

 

Summer marks the beginning of new opportunities. Our primary goal has always been the same: to ensure that SMEs in Canada have the proper tools they need to succeed in the marketplace. Small and medium size businesses contribute greatly to Canada’s economy and CanadianSME is dedicated more than ever to contribute towards that success. We hope that this issue will provide you with additional knowledge and strategies to help your business grow and succeed. We look forward to being a part of this process with you as you work hard towards accomplishing all of your business goals, and embarking on a new journey and new opportunities. With your motivation and our resources, we believe that together, we can contribute towards the success of your business. Happy reading!

 

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Our May issue is officially here and we are very excited about all the great content we have to share with you this month! We strive to be Canada’s number one magazine in providing exclusive insights, strategies, and advice to entrepreneurs. Since our inception, CanadianSME has been committed to delivering quality content. We make it our mission to include only the most exclusive interviews and information that will be valuable to all of our readers.  That’s why our team works hard to ensure that they are aware of all the latest trends in the business industry. Helping small and medium sized businesses grow is our mission.

 

This month, CanadianSME is focused on technology and the latest IT solutions available in the marketplace for SMES. We are excited to announce that we are featuring exclusive content from the executive team at Zoho Corporation, a global IT software provider. We include interviews with the CEO and Co-Founder of Zoho, Sridhar Vembu, the Chief Strategic Officer, Vijay Sundaram, and the Chief Evangelist, Raju Vegesna. The CanadianSME team was live on site, covering the annual Zoholics conference in Austin, Texas, learning about Zoho’s newest product releases tailored towards SMEs. We are excited to announce that we are  including the new Director of Business Development and Sales Acceleration of Cisco, Pietro Pasqualino in this issue, and Kash Ahmad, President and Marketing Director of BFS Canada. Dan Kelly, President, CEO and Chair of the Board of Governors of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business is on the cover of this issue and we hope our readers will enjoy reading his Q&A. We also include David Ciccarelli, CEO of Voices.com, Melanie Cheng Kai-On from Purolator, and Julie Gaudry, Senior Director of RBC Insurance. CanadianSME is also very honoured to have Ruya Atac-Barrett, Vice-President of Data Protection of Product Marketing from Dell discuss security and risk protection measures for SME owners.

 

At CanadianSME, we understand that technology is the future. Therefore, we are dedicated to providing our readers with the latest trends in IT along with recommendations from industry experts of any measures or processes they can put in place to protect them from any potential security risks. We hope that this month’s issue will help give you the knowledge and information you need to stay competitive in the market. Until next month, happy reading!

CanadianSME April Edition

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We have just launched our April issue and we are beyond excited to continue to be a valued resource for Canadian small and medium sized enterprises. We strive to be Canada’s number one magazine in providing exclusive insights, strategies, and advice to entrepreneurs. Since our inception, CanadianSME has been committed to delivering quality content. We make it our mission to include only the most exclusive interviews and information that will be valuable to all of our readers. 

Getting the right financial advice plays a crucial role in the success of any business. This month, CanadianSME is focused on finances. It is essential that entrepreneurs have access to comprehensive knowledge and best practices when it comes to the financial well-being of their business. Statistics show that 30% of new businesses fail within their first two years and 50% within their first five years. In general, one of the main causes of the collapse of a new business is issues with the company’s finances. From entrepreneurs who struggle to manage their finances to an overall lack of capital – financial problems often lead to the failure of a business. To combat this issue, we believe that entrepreneurs should have access to all the necessary resources when it comes to safeguarding the financial stability of their business. From gaining access to capital to paying vendors and being paid by customers –  properly managed finances play a crucial part in starting and maintaining a viable business. It’s what makes a business run.

This month’s edition of CanadianSME includes exclusive interviews with professionals from a variety of financial sectors: Jason Charlebois, Senior VP of Small Business Banking at Scotiabank, Curtis Stange from ATB Financial, Kapil Lakhotia, President and CEO of LEDC, and many others. Iain McLean from Mastercard Canada and Gord Jamieson, Head of Canada Visa Risk Services have also contributed to interviews in this month’s edition. In addition to exclusive interviews with these financial experts, April’s edition includes valuable content for the Canadian entrepreneur with informative articles such as “Choosing the Right Bank for your Canadian SME”, “Delegate or Drown”, and “5 Major Takeaways from PWC Banking Report”.

With winter officially over and the long-awaited arrival of spring upon us, it’s time for new beginnings. What better way to kick off the new season than by leveraging Canadian SME’s insights and resources to successfully grow your business? We hope that the knowledge and strategies shared in this issue will help your business blossom. We look forward to being part of this journey with you as you strive towards accomplishing your business goals. Happy reading!

CanadianSME March Edition

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CanadianSME Magazine is proud to bring you the March edition. This month we’re celebrating Women’s International Day. In honour of this special occasion, we’re featuring women from all over the business industry.AtCanadianSME, we’re proud to support and encourage women on their path of entrepreneurship. We believe that women entrepreneurs have a lot to bring to the table which is why we want to be part of those who inspire women to reach their fullest potential when it comes to running their business.

To celebrate Women’s International Day, we’re covering women entrepreneurs who have made an impact in the world. These women have left their mark and are making women leaders across the nation proud. To start things strongly, our Business Woman of the month is the talented Phoebe Young, founder of the award-winning organization, Magnolia Communications. Gillian Riley Executive Vice President, President & CEO, Tangerine will also be featured in this month’s edition as she talks about the digital business banking.

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CanadianSME February Edition

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Welcome to the third edition of CanadianSME Magazine. This month we’re all about women empowerment. Because we believe that women entrepreneurs make for a greater and more diverse Canada, this issue features women in leadership roles who are making a difference in the business industry. CanadianSME is a proud supporter of women entrepreneurs. The business industry is changing and with it, women are taking on more management roles to lead the world of business. This month’s edition includes several interviews from women in leadership roles. Our Business Woman of the month is none other then Carinne Chambers, CEO of DivaCup. Other exclusive interviews of inspiring women included in this third edition of CanadianSME are Stephania Varalli, Co-CEO of Women of Influence and Shirley Vickers, President and CEO of Innovate BC. We’re also excited to announce that our Entrepreneur of the Month is Dan Radu, founder of Macro-Tech.

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CanadianSME January Issue

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CanadianSME is very excited to announce its second edition! With even more exciting topics and interviews than the first issue, we are proud to be Canada’s number one choice for SME owners when it comes to finding all the useful information they need. Built to be the most resourceful magazine for small and medium-sized entrepreneurs, CanadianSME strives to feature exclusive interviews and resourceful information that can help SME owners manage and grow their business.

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CanadianSME December Issue

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Small and medium-sized businesses in Canada have had a huge positive impact on the Canadian economy over the last few years. With the progressive evolution of the economy that is largely due to small and medium-sized businesses, there’s never been the need more than now to have the Canadian SME Magazine. Every month, our readers will have the opportunity to read different articles about how to improve their business, upcoming events, interviews with people who have an influence on small and medium-sized businesses and any tips on how to take their company to the next level.

Canadian SME Magazine comes up with focused and fact proven content to develop the credibility of the rising businesses in Canada. It will provide solutions as well as tips on how to deal with different challenges that all business owners will come across while managing their company and ensuring its success.

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