The US economic recovery is good news for its northern neighbor, most especially for the province of Quebec. The province's export market is projected to grow by 8% in 2013 and 6% in 2014, which is great news for local manufacturers and truckers.
Every business experiences seasonal peaks and valleys throughout the year. It may seem natural to some to spend marketing dollars during the off season to increase sales but what about when business is booming? How much better could the peak be with the appropriate resources? Proper planning will help your organization make the lows easier and the highs higher.
For many businesses, exporting Canadian goods to America is a great idea. With a consumer base of 316.6 million people, it can be incredibly exciting and profitable, though there's certainly no shortage of competition. When looking into distributing your goods to the US, how can a small Canadian business maintain a competitive edge?