June 22, 2017 – Brockville, Ontario-based Leeds Grenville Small Business Enterprise Centre (LGSBEC) has recently begun a campaign to guide entrepreneurs on the process of completing their Ontario business registration. The company’s team is here to help explain the process and to make sure business owners take the right steps in ensuring the success of their organization over the long-term.
- Selecting a Name
In selecting a business name, the first element to consider is the Business Names Act of Ontario. Most companies don’t have to register their name if they’re simply using the name of the business owner. If a word is added to the name, then registration may be required. Some businesses also require a license to operate in Ontario. For example, companies operating within the skills trade field such as vehicle repair companies and manufacturing firms require various licenses and approvals before moving forward with their business plan. The team at Leeds Grenville Small Business Enterprise Centre can help guide business owners on the Ontario business registration process.
- Business License and More
The Leeds Grenville Small Business Enterprise Centre team has years of experience in guiding Ontario business registration for local entrepreneurs. They can ensure those starting a new business have the licenses and the proper registration documentation to move forward. They can also help in building business plans and offer guidance on the financing process. It’s an expert service designed to help business creators form the ideal foundation to their organization based on the latest laws and regulations in the marketplace.
About Leeds Grenville Small Business Enterprise Centre
To learn more on the Ontario business registration process, contact Leeds Grenville Small Business Enterprise Centre directly via 613.342.8772 or visit their website at www.lgsbec.com.