Chances are the Canadian cities where a new business is most likely to succeed might not be where you think. In fact, you might not have even heard of some of them until now.
The cities (those with a population of 25,000 or more) that scored best and were determined to be the friendliest cities to start a new business are:
- Lloydminster Alberta/Saskatchewan (the provincial border runs through town)
- Parksville, British Columbia
- Grand Prairie, Alberta
- Fort St. John, British Columbia
- Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Kelowna, British Columbia
- Sept-Îles, Quebec
- Fort McMurray, Alberta
- Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
- Regina, Saskatchewan
- Toronto's '905' Region, Ontario
Now matter where you choose to start-up, or operate your business, Canada is full of opportunity. Of course, with every opportunity there is risk; risk that is often out of your control. It is for times like these, where business insurance can help protect everything you are working so hard for. Business insurance can help protect you from a significant loss that could have a devastating impact on your business making it an important part of any business plan.
Protect the business you're building, or planning to build, by getting the business insurance coverage you need. Compare business insurance quotes online today.
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- What is business insurance?
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- How business insurance can save your business money
- Top 5 tips to save money off your business insurance premium