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Accessibility to Entrepreneurs Keeps the Dream Live!

We live in an incredibly exciting time for entrepreneurs and the opportunities afforded to them. While I have no doubt that the grit and resilience required for success is on par with prior eras, the tools and general accessibility of technology to today’s entrepreneurs would have been incomprehensible even 30 years ago. After the implosion […]

Thursday, January 19th, 2017 | BUSINESS STARTUPS TECHNOLOGY


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As Fintech fears fade, Canada’s banks look to next big thing: Artificial Intelligence

“The majority is on the innovation side,” Dodig said at the RBC Capital Markets Canadian Bank CEO Conference in Toronto. He pegged the spending at roughly a 55 per cent to 45 per cent split. Dodig said CIBC’s technology plate is full, including fintech partnerships and online and mobile developments of its own, but the […]

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017 | ECONOMY STARTUPS TECHNOLOGY


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Fundraising: A First Glimpse

Most companies begin their life on funds borrowed from the founder and their close friends and family, and for a fortunate few, angel investors. This part is pretty self-explanatory so no need to dig into it, but once those initial funds have run dry and after taking the company from an idea and core team to the embryo of functional business, it’s time to start thinking bigger.

Thursday, January 12th, 2017 | ECONOMY STARTUPS TECHNOLOGY VALUATIONS


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Thriving Against the Odds

This practice of waging war against probability is a daily ritual to the 6,000 or so tech start-ups that emerge in Canada each year, and a leading cause of demise to the 4,800 of those that are going to fail before filing their first tax return.

Thursday, November 17th, 2016 | BUSINESS ECONOMY STARTUPS


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$21 trillion on the table as Trudeau sits down today to woo the world’s most powerful investors

Foreign investment, if allocated correctly, will be a significant benefit to the Canadian economy.

Tuesday, November 15th, 2016 | ACCOUNTING BUSINESS ECONOMY STARTUPS TAXATION


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MO’ MONEY, MO’ PROBLEMS: CROWDFUNDING

As hard as it is to believe that tax and hip-hop could exist in the same sentence, the lyric’s from The Notorious B.I.G.’s hit single Mo Money Mo Problems could not ring truer with regards to startups and the different techniques used to raise cash.

Thursday, October 27th, 2016 | ACCOUNTING ECONOMY STARTUPS TAXATION TECHNOLOGY


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Vancouver’s Future as Canada’s Tech Hub

Rather than plunging into the nitty-gritty of taxation and accounting advice, I want to kick-off my blog contribution from a wider angle. More specifically, I want to muse on Vancouver’s future as a tech haven and share some of the collective wisdom I’ve gathered over the years from some of the city’s best and brightest. […]

Thursday, October 13th, 2016 | STARTUPS TECHNOLOGY


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Managing Founding Partner Ryan Sahota in an Interview by the Vancouver Entrepreneur

We are proud to have had our Managing Founding Partner Ryan Sahota interviewed by the Vancouver Entrepreneur! Take a listen as he discusses his personal growth in accountancy, the creation of Pacific Chartered Advisors LLP, and the company’s development from ground zero to striving to become one of the forefront leaders in its field. Responding […]

Monday, March 7th, 2016 | ACCOUNTING STARTUPS


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