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Understanding the role of volunteer coordinators

Volunteering has changed significantly over the years. Volunteer coordinators today must clearly understand their roles and responsibilities, as well as the tools available to help them do their job.

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Putting together an effective communications strategy

Promotion and communication are closely related. Promotion encompasses everything you do and all the tools you use to communicate your offer and positioning in order to build a relationship that will turn potential customers into clients.

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Why intellectual property is important for businesses

Intellectual property refers to the legal rights that result from intellectual activity in the industrial, scientific, literary and artistic fields. The Canadian Intellectual Property Office can help you establish and protect your intellectual property rights and boost your market competitiveness.

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The cooperative option for ensuring your business continues

A business transfer is a painstaking process that can last 2 to 5 years or sometimes more. Entrepreneurs who are planning to hand over control of their businesses in the coming years have a number of options. Have you thought of the cooperative model as a way to ensure your business continues?

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Negotiating with foreign partners

Foreign negotiations are complicated by factors such as geography, culture, language, background, weather and laws. Follow these tips to reduce the risks and costs associated with negotiations and prepare yourself for constructive talks with a foreign partner.

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A foreign partner: A potential ally

Breaking into a foreign market takes a tremendous amount of work. To speed up the process and improve your chances of success, it may be a good idea to team up with a foreign partner who is already well established in the market you are targeting.

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Imports: Optimizing your supply chain with offshore production

Managing foreign suppliers is key to your business. Foreign suppliers often have the pick of the litter when choosing customers. Importers sometimes need to establish a program to identify the perfect supplier and win its loyalty.

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Determining the best way to break into a foreign market

When you have your sights set on a foreign market, you have a variety of intermediaries and methods to choose from. Making the right choices is key to meeting your business objectives.

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