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Remodelling your real estate business plan: A guide for entrepreneurs

Unless you’re a perfectly preserved mid-century rancher, there’s always room for renovations.   When it comes to your real estate business plan, it’s understandable that you may require some tweaks throughout the years to ensure that your plan is as thorough, sturdy, and opportunity-optimized as it can be. And if you’re brand new to the real ...

2022: Time For A New Beginning Webinar

Zeifmans presents, 2022: Time For A New Beginning, webinar featuring Dr. Peter Andersen and special guest, Mark Andersen, Managing Director of Slalom. Together they discuss the following: Inflation will not be the problem we all think Have technology applications been accelerated by the pandemic? Productivity gains will surprise us all The business impact of ...

Founder frenzy: COVID created a startup wave, here’s how to ride it

The COVID-19 era has been characterized by countless surprises: Real estate booms, a sourdough craze, and now a drastic increase in the number of new startups entering the market. That’s right: During a time when it would otherwise appear risky to start a business, more entrepreneurs have decided to get started on building a ...

Procurement prep and supply chain stability in 2021

Roughly a year ago, we published a blog post outlining the ways in which businesses needed to pivot in order to succeed amidst early–COVID supply chain shortages. Little did we know that one year later, the world would continue to be impacted by pandemic-associated delays.  Partial and full lockdowns across Canada (and the world), border restrictions, ...

Thriving during economic recovery: A guide for businesses

Have you stopped to poke your head up yet? For many Canadian businesses, the last year has felt like competing in an Olympic-level hurdles race. We’ve weathered one challenge after the next, with a view of “normal life” still off in the distance. People have lost jobs, and businesses have fallen on hard times. ...

Canadian real estate trends + opportunities in 2021

Looking back at initial predictions for the Canadian real estate market at the beginning of the COVID crisis, you might think you were reading a dystopian nightmare. All logic pointed to a crash, not unlike what certain markets saw in the wake of the 2008 recession. With unemployment rising, it was reasonable to assume ...

2020 Throne Speech unveils upcoming tax measures for COVID-19 support

On September 23, Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Canada’s Governor General, gave the 2020 Throne Speech to open the second session of the 43rd Parliament. The speech sets the agenda for the upcoming session, outlining the government’s goals and direction. Not surprisingly, the COVID-19 pandemic took centre stage, with the Liberals outlining ...