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Although it is possible to run a successful business with very little planning, such a result relies on luck as much as innate ability and understanding of one's market. Most successful businesses in Canada however, have benefited from a thorough, carefully prepared business plan.

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In Canada, a comprehensive business plan can reveal facts about your intentions you were not aware of. This can include market trends and data regarding competition, and can be required by some small business government financial assistance programs as part of their application process.

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For any entrepreneurs in Canada running a small business, government funding can be what makes or breaks the company, and a business plan can be key to getting that funding. Contact us at 1-855-892-2506 to learn more.

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