Small businesses and entrepreneurs critically important to Canadian economy: Ernst & Young
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TORONTO, Oct. 10, 2012 /CNW/ - Canadian small businesses and entrepreneurs are leading the way when it comes to stimulating economic growth, and Ernst & Young advisors are right there with them.
"Small businesses and entrepreneurs generate the big ideas that drive innovation and growth," says Colleen McMorrow, Ernst & Young's Canadian Leader of Entrepreneurial Services. "They take risks that help create jobs and generate wealth. They push the economy forward. And they invest in communities across the country."
A world leader in advising, guiding and recognizing entrepreneurs at every stage of the business life cycle, Ernst & Young can break down the issues and opportunities small businesses are facing right now, including:
How current economic trends affect small businesses
How to tackle common operating challenges
How to develop human capital
Strategies for securing financing
How to manage cash flow
How to forecast revenue and plan for growth
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