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6 Ways Franchise Partners Are More Than Employees or Entrepreneurs

Are they or are they not? There’s been lots of healthy debate around whether franchise partners are more like entrepreneurs or more like employees. On one hand, they invest in and operate their own businesses. On the other hand, they’ve bought into a business concept already developed and a system someone else set up I believe…

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Buying A Franchise? Start Looking Close to Home

Congratulations on deciding to go into business – a franchised business. Before you spend too much time window-shopping, looking for that “perfect” idea that you’ll know when you see it, it will pay dividends to look deep inside before you look for available franchises outside. Skills and Abilities It’s important to know what you’re really good at,…

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Slaying the Dragons

Kelly & Doug on the Dragons’ Den set Nothing compares to the feeling I get when raving reviews come in from our customers. But facing the Dragons (of Dragons’ Den) comes close! It has been one of my most exciting and memorable entrepreneurial experiences. Whether our segment actually airs is something we won’t know until…

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Condo…. Condominium… Strata… What’s in a Name

We all know that a condominium, or condo, refers to a single building structure that contains numerous individually owned units along with common elements or areas that are collectively owned. That’s the practical explanation and it applies right across Canada, regardless of which province you are in.  How we talk about them differs slightly depending on…

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KANDY’s China Trip: Building Our Knowledge

Our commitment to choice and quality for our Canadian clientele is unwavering.  Its why we recently headed direct to the factories in China, where the majority of the world’s outdoor flooring deck tiles are manufactured. With the help of our quality control and translation experts, Doug and Rose, we saw first hand where, and how, some…

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Urbanization and Condo Living Trends Spark Business Niche

NEWS RELEASE/BULLETIN: Small space living is leading urban Canadians to look for ways to expand home experiences and make use of every inch in their often-tiny condos. In Vancouver, for example, there are condos as small as 226 square feet, and Toronto’s growth includes smaller condos. “There are companies that specialize in closets, bathrooms, condo-sized furniture and décor,” says KANDY…

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