Going Global in Times of Uncertainty
Businesses may be holding back on their international expansion during difficult economic times. However, there may be a few good reasons why it may actually be the best time to consider a foreign market.What Is a Bill of Lading?
A bill of lading is a shipping document used as a contract to show the final destination of where your goods are being shipped to. When booking a vehicle shipment you will be required to produce the following vehicle details…Top Tips on Doing Business in China
I have been to China too many times to remember, with my first visit in the late 80’s while working for Ford Motor company, and it has certainly changed over the years including how you do business. Early on I felt there were four types of companies you could work with…How Bitcoin Will Promote Latin American Growth
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are making their mark as an optional non-sovereign currency alternative on a global scale. The rise of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies coincides with growth and global expectations for Latin America. Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies may amplify growth and opportunity for the businesses and individuals of this region.Top Five Benefits of Recruiting Skilled Workers From Jamaica
For employers throughout Canada, and especially the western provinces, the current labour shortage presents a significant challenge. This shortage, expected to last at least a decade, is making it difficult for companies to find the employees they need to fill crucial positions. By tapping into the supply of skilled international workers, however, employers can effectively solve this problem while still staffing their organizations with trained and competent workers.Saskatchewan Implements Significant Shifts in Provincial Nominee Program
Many business owners operating in Saskatchewan are likely already aware of the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), which allows skilled immigrants to apply for permanent residency. On January 2, 2014, however, the Provincial Nominee Program underwent a series of changes designed to attract more skilled immigrants to the province. The program, which has been renamed the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP), has a new, simplified application process, making it easier than ever for Saskatchewan business owners to bring in skilled immigrant employees.What to Do About Funeral Shipping
There are many rules and regulations when it comes to mortuary shipping. Here is what you need to know.Free Trade Zones In Nigeria: Incentives And Business Opportunities
The Nigerian Export Processing Zone Authority (NEPZA) is a Federal Government Agency established in 1992 through the Nigeria Export Processing Zones Act 63, of 1992. The Agency is responsible for promoting and facilitating local and international investments into Free Zones in Nigeria. The Free Zone scheme was set up by the government to ensure the improvement of investment climate in the country especially by stimulating export type business activities through friendly economic policies.Advantages and Disadvantages of Trades Receivables
Advantages of trade receivables 1. Trade receivables are not counted in the balance sheet because they are not replaced by their cash equivalent, and this improves the financial statement of the originator.The World Is Your Storefront
When I open the doors to my business, the whole world can walk in. Can you imagine?Benefits for Truckers in Program Membership Outlined
Truck drivers who transport commercial freight to Canada may find that participating in the Commercial Driver Registration Program of the Canada Border Services Agency may be beneficial for them. Sometimes, unwanted stress are caused by unnecessary delays and small aggravations such as lengthy question and answers at the border, long scrutiny of travel documents, going in queue to pay fees, among others. Membership in the CDRP has been designed to minimize these hassles, which the CBSA states is beneficial for commercial freight drivers.