The technology industry is a major driver of innovation and business growth, and one of Canada’s fastest-growing sectors. As a result, technology companies will continue to face a fast-paced, complex, and highly competitive environment. Distinguishing the company from the crowd of competitors, accessing funding and delivering your product to market continues to be key success factors, yet they are becoming increasingly more difficult.
Having an advisor on your side to help you through the start-up growing pains, scaling your business and taking it global, and advising you on various funding options and tax structures, can make all the difference. Our professionals at RSM are committed to advising you every step of the way, so that you can focus on managing stakeholder expectations and the operations of your business.
IFRS 16 changes will be felt in several key reporting areas, including working capital, debt levels and profit and loss.
The Federal Budget 2018 aims to encourage investment in technologies to contribute to a greener environment in Canada.
Often considered a tech company’s most critical life event, an IPO is a complex process that requires lead time and planning to succeed.
With the addition of new auditors across Canada, businesses need to stay up to date with changes that might affect the application process.
Did you know that there are several option available to companies to support the SR&ED claim process and boost your company’s funding?
Canada has some of the most generous funding programs, which can help start-up and established companies overcome cash constraints.
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We proudly sponsor and participate in events that provide innovative ideas and opportunities for you to improve and grow your business.
Once again, we are proud to sponsor the 2018 OTLA Fall Conference, taking place at the Metro Toronto Convention Center on October 19.
Stan Zinman will be speaking on the U.S. tax reform’s impacts on Canadian businesses which conduct business or invest in the United States.
This year, Jean-Charles Plante will be speaking at the 2018 ACFRE Fraud Conference Canada about modern insider cyberattacks.
James Knight, director, transaction advisory, will be speaking on a panel on November 7, highlighting how to build the best exit team.