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Small Business Week

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It’s Small Business Week! Intuit Canada is taking this time to recognize the most important  driver in Canada’s economy: you, the small business owner. You represent 98% of all businesses in Canada. You employ 5.1 million Canadians. You’ve created 600, 000 jobs over the last decade. And most of you start out with less than $5,000 and a dream. Here’s a few of the things we’re doing to recognize you and help you out:

  • We’re giving away $5,000 to one lucky small business. To enter, sign up for a free trial of QuickBooks Online during the month of October. It’s our new, easy-to-use accounting tool that can help you manage your business anywhere, anytime.
  • Oct 16 at 2pm Eastern, Intuit and small business guru Evan Carmichael are hosting a free webinar, “Getting Past Survival – 12 Rules for Startup Success.” You’ll learn valuable insights such as the one simple rule to explode your income and what to do when you feel like quitting. Win one of four copies of QuickBooks just for listening in.
  • Oct 18 at 7pm Eastern, ProAdvisor Michael DiLauro is hosting a live Q&A on Staples Canada’s Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/StaplesCanada). You can find out the answers to all your small business money management questions – you can also win one of five free copies of QuickBooks just for participating.
  • Download a free copy of our study, “The $5000 Question” that shows the risks and rewards of starting a small business in Canada, and how you can navigate the tricky waters of your first few years.

So let us know: what are you doing to celebrate small business in Canada?

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