Win the B2B Social Media Game
In the world of social media, your business has seven seconds to convey your story. Can you pass the test? Facebook. Instagram. Pinterest. Vine. Snapchat. Every week there seems to be a new social media network to be a part of. How do you decide where put to your focus in order to connect with customers? In this webinar, we’ll help you develop your B2B social media strategy.
How To Build Your Business Plan
A business plan is a ‘must have’ for any entrepreneur, in almost any stage of their business cycle. It’s a valuable tool, giving your business structure, direction, and identity, and it is a critical document for procuring investments or loans to start, run, and grow your business. By the end of this video, participants will have a firm grasp on the process, what to expect, and how their completed business plan can be used and adjusted as their business evolves.
Overview of the Canadian Anti Spam Law (CASL)Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) came into effect in July 2014 and business owners across Canada are still struggling to comprehend the rules and procedures surrounding CASL. If your small business uses email to communicate with your customers, watch this free video, designed to help you navigate the red tape and convoluted rules of CASL.
Credit Card Processing Contracts: What Your Biz Needs to KnowSigning the wrong credit card processing contract can be one of the first and most expensive mistakes that small business owners make. This webinar provides small business owners with the tools they need to make educated decisions about payment processors. Learn what you should be looking for before signing a merchant contract, what makes a good service provider, what the common warning signs are in a bad merchant contract, and how the newly updated Credit and Debit Card Code of Conduct protects your business.
How to Navigate the Red Tape of Hiring: Who knew hiring someone was so complicatedHiring your first employees is an exciting step forward for your business! A mistake made during the hiring process, however, can cost your business precious time, money and resources. CFIB will help to ensure your business complies with provincial and federal laws, and to navigate through the red tape.