5 Ways to Cope With the Falling Loonie
As the loonie hovers in the mid-70-cent range against the U.S. dollar, there are two distinct pairs of eyes watching the action closely: those who stand to win and those who stand to lose. Businesses that sell Canadian products or services – forestry, energy, the film industry – are cashing in; those that buy products priced in U.S. dollars – fuel, manufacturing parts, retail goods – are feeling the pinch.
Discussion: Make your business a global player
In order for Canadian small businesses to thrive, they need to think globally. But how can businesses with limited resources successfully sell in foreign markets?