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- 5 Reasons Why You Should Expand Your US Business to Toronto
According to a new study, 57% of American businesses are considering expanding to Canada. If your U.S. business wants to expand, Toronto Business and Technology Lawyer Sukhi Hansra explains why Toronto’s high-living standard, diverse workforce and strong GDP are just some of the good reasons why yo … Read more »
- The Impact of the Elimination of Canadian Residency Requirements for Ontario Directors
The laws concerning director residency have created obstacles for corporations and investors who did not have Canadian directors. The elimination of Canadian residency requirements for Ontario Directors is explained by Toronto Business and Technology Lawyer Sukhi Hansra. The Ontario Better for Peop … Read more »
- 5 Times You Need An Elevator Pitch
What’s an elevator pitch – and why do you need one? Toronto Business and Technology Lawyer Sukhi Hansra explains how a well-crafted elevator pitch prepares you for new business opportunities that may come your way. If you found yourself in an elevator next to a venture capitalist who could invest in … Read more »
- Intellectual Property: Trademarks, Copyrights, Patents and Trade Secrets – What’s the difference and do I need them?
You need to protect any ideas, concepts and processes that you created and are unique to your business. But what qualifies as intellectual property – and how do you protect it? Toronto entrepreneur and Business and Technology Lawyer Sukhi Hansra explains the difference between trademarks, copyrights … Read more »
- Is Your SaaS Startup Idea Legal?
Toronto Business and Technology Lawyer Sukhi Hansra compiled a list of questions to help determine if your SaaS startup idea is legal, and other important operational factors to consider before launching your business. In 2020, Canada’s SaaS companies racked in combined revenue of $725m. It’s predic … Read more »