From employee to entrepreneur: Points to consider Saint-Jérôme QC

If you're thinking of starting a new business, there are a lot of things you should consider. Here is a list of what and what not to consider.

Club De Curling De Noranda
(819) 762-7365
218 Avenue Murdoch
Rouyn-Noranda, QC
 
Alarie Sylvie Fiscaliste
(514) 453-3993
1324 Bd Perrot, Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot
Quebec, QC
 
Dion Services Financiers
(819) 797-4400
1083 Avenue Lariviere
Rouyn-Noranda, QC
 
Prologic Enr
(819) 795-3296
120 Rue Notre-Dame E
Victoriaville, QC
 
Association Recreatif-Gatineau
(819) 663-0551
195 Boul Maloney O
Gatineau, QC
 
Association Grand Frere-Grande
(819) 762-0167
380 Avenue Richard
Rouyn-Noranda, QC
 
Syndicat Producteur De Bois
(819) 762-0835
172 Avenue Du Lac
Rouyn-Noranda, QC
 
Far Look Inc
(514) 685-1660
186 Rue Spring Garden
Dollard-Des-Ormeaux, QC
 
Espoir Des Diabetiques Region
(819) 795-3360
59 Rue Monfette
Victoriaville, QC
 
Club De L'Age-D'Or
(819) 797-0574
450 Avenue Sainte-Bernadette
Rouyn-Noranda, QC
 

From employee to entrepreneur: Points to consider

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By Stephanie Regan

(NC)-Many Canadians leave the workforce and start a business, whether to fulfill a dream of entrepreneurship, or because of an employment disruption such as lay-off or injury.

Entrepreneurship can be exciting and rewarding. It can also be challenging. It isn't for everyone.

Some points to consider when starting your own business

Many people start a small business in order to enjoy the perceived rewards of freedom and independence. The reality of small-business ownership can be quite different. Many small business owners will tell you they work more hours than when they worked for someone else.

A few questions to consider:

Do you like to make your own decisions?

Do you enjoy competition?

Do you have will power and self-discipline?

Do you plan ahead?

Do you get things done on time?

Can you take advice from others?

Are you adaptable to changing conditions?

Do you have the physical stamina to handle a business?

The Canada-Ontario Business Service Centre (COBSC) provides free government information for small business in Ontario. A full questionnaire on what to consider before starting your own business can be found on-line at www.canadabusiness.ca/ontario.

Specially trained business information officers are available to assist you in English or French when you call the COBSC toll-free (1-888-576-4444 or TTY: 1-800-457-8466) weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. EST.

You'll also find online The Business Start-Up Info-Guide, to help you navigate the federal and provincial government programs, services and regulations that may apply to individuals starting a business in Ontario. As well, you can access informative and useful fact sheets, such as Legal Issues when Starting a Business, Naming a Business and Buying a Business, plus checklists and questions to help you think about what you need to know before you go into business.

- News Canada