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Chart Your Path: First Steps to Creating Your Recovery

Chart Your Path: First Steps to Creating Your Recovery

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A solid recovery plan requires looking at every area of your business.

The last few months have been difficult for Canadian business owners. The next few could be challenging as well. The economy is reopening but there is still plenty of uncertainty around today’s environment.

Fortunately there are a number of business strategies that owners can take advantage of to prepare for the future and navigate the weeks and months ahead.

It’s not what to do next, it’s about how you’re going to get it done. Building a recovery plan requires taking a wide view and looking at how each part connects to the next.

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To learn more, contact John Hughes, Senior Vice President, Private Enterprise at [email protected]

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