Several different business structures may be used to conduct business in Canada. Non-residents looking to engage with Canadian businesses, or those intending to carry on business in Canada, should familiarize themselves with such structures.
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With its stable political and economic landscape, independent governments and courts, skilled workers and high standard of living, Canada is an attractive country in which to do business.
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Franchise systems present a valuable investment proposition for both strategic and financial purchasers. Entrepreneurs seeking out their next business venture, manufacturers in need of a distribution network for their products or services, and competitors looking to take advantage of synergies, economies of scale, expanded offerings, or growing market share – in each case – can achieve those investment goals through the acquisition of a franchise system.
Simplifying access to the US market through a series of short, high level presentations highlighting the most important issues to be addressed when considering US expansion including banking, accounting/tax, legal, government incentives, site selection and US government services.
Since the height of the financial crisis in 2008, the merger and acquisition deal flow has been patchy and fragmented.
Dickinson Wright attorneys Andrae Marrocco and Daniel Ujczo attended the 2016 SelectUSA Investment Summit in Washington DC – June 19-21, 2016.
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Daniel D. Ujczo (Of Counsel, Columbus) and Andrae J. Marrocco (Of Counsel, Toronto) were appointed as Joint Secretaries to the board of the Invest USA Committee at SelectUSA Canada on November 17 in Toronto. U.S.
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