With digital technology widely predicted to be a key driver of the Canadian economy in the decades to come, it’s not surprising to see law firms jostling to attract the next generation of Canadian technology companies. In the process of attracting and serving these clients, law firms are embracing innovative changes to their service delivery models, billing practices and use of technology.
In this Ownr Success Story, we spoke with Samantha Lloyd, a Toronto-based entrepreneur, content strategist expert, and podcaster extraordinaire. We had the chance to learn about her up-and-coming podcast, Float or Founder, which focuses on the stories, lessons and failures of Toronto-based founders and entrepreneurs, as they build their companies.
If you’re a podcaster, you’re operating a content brand that is potentially earning, or going to earn, revenue. You’re a real business and you should set yourself up as one. The first step in treating your podcast as a legitimate company is by getting it incorporated.
More and more business owners are making the switch to an online minute book platform to keep all legal information in one place. The benefits are obvious, but the biggest advantage is probably the least well known: greater transparency and understanding of the legal underpinnings of your company.
Starting a business is never easy, and during a downturn like the one we’re experiencing now, there’s an extra layer of complexity to mitigate risks. So what needs to change in order to increase your likelihood of success? We review five things to do a little differently, now that the world has changed.
E-commerce is the way of the future: you can cut the costs associated with a physical location, plus you get to choose your hours and keep all the profits. But before you get carried away with dreams of striking it rich online, here is a checklist of six considerations to help you get started.
A cheap incorporation will end up costing you a lot more in the long term. But there are options to get incorporated correctly on a limited budget. With Ownr, you can get properly incorporated in under 20 minutes and manage your company’s ongoing legal needs online––all in one spot.
This guide provides a short summary of the steps required to incorporate a business under Alberta Law as well as items to consider to determine whether it is the right time for your business to incorporate.
You’ve done it! You’ve gone through the process of incorporating your brand new company. Now it’s time to get your company up and running online. The first step is to create an online presence and share information about your company with a website – and for an awesome website, you need a domain name.