IBBC Toolkits

IBBC Starting a Business in BC Toolkit This toolkit is free if you are a Member of IBBC. This toolkit covers all topics related to starting a Business in British Columbia Canada. The information in the Kit is designed for newcomers to BC who are self-starters and want to get their business set up as quickly as possible rather than attend workshops and seminars. It is recommended for small business owners with previous experience running a business in their home country. Topics covered are as follows: -Starting a BC Sole Proprietorship, a BC Incorporation or a Federal Incorporation -Canadian Business Structures & Tax Laws -Canadian Finance Vehicles -Canadian Market Research & BC Market Research -Canadian Marketing Tools & Techniques -Canadian Business Law & Employment Law -Canadian Insurance Structures To purchase this Toolkit for $9.99, please click on the button below:
Canadian Marketing Toolkit This toolkit is free if you are a Member of IBBC. In this toolkit, you will get the latest Market Research Information on products, services, as well as customer demographics in British Columbia, Canada. You will also get information on BC Media & Communications as well as a press tool kit that can be used to promote your business. This KIT provides comprehensive and up-to-date BC Market Penetration Strategy and figures to be able to gage existing and current markets while also being able to pinpoint new emerging markets in BC & Canada. Topics included are as follows: -BC Media & Communications -BC Market Research Tools & Techniques -BC Market Overview -Emerging Canadian Markets -Comprehensive Market Customer Demographic Report -Marketing Program: How to sell to Canadian consumers To purchase this Toolkit for $12.95, please click on the button below:
IBBC Career & Business Negotiation Toolkit This toolkit is free if you are a Member of IBBC. This toolkit will enable newcomers to BC to ensure that they have “Canadian negotiation skills” in order to get the best offer for products and services, employment job offer & salary, and contracts for new business. As the negotiation process is very different in Canada than it is in another country, we give you the tools you need to become effective at your communication with prospective clients and BC Employers and Government. Communication is vital to succeeding in a new country, and you must take the time to learn Canadian cultural communication techniques to help you connect, build and grow. -Introduction to Canadian Negotiation Skills: How to Get What You Want -Canadian Communication: How To Effectively Speak in Difficult Negotiations -Canadian Negotiation Preparation Tool -Canadian Negotiation Skills Workbook -Canadian Salary Negotiation Methods To purchase this Toolkit for $5.99, please click on the button below:
IBBC Job Search Toolkit This toolkit is free if you are a Member of IBBC. In this toolkit, you will be provided with job search tools and techniques specific to British Columbia, Canada. We will cover the following topics in this KIT: -Job Search Tools & Techniques that work! -Assessment (know where you are right now) -Prepare (prepare your portfolio to appeal to BC Employers) -Search (BC specific job search lists and directories) -Contact (Learning how to make contact by learning Canadian communication techniques) -Interview (Preparing and practicing Canadian interview skills) -Work (Preparing yourself to become employed in British Columbia & BC Employers expectations) To purchase this Toolkit for $6.99, please click on the button below:
 
Immigrate To Canada Toolkit This toolkit is free if you are a Member of IBBC. This toolkit is an in-depth easy-to-understand explanation of the various Classes that are offered through Citizenship & Immigration Canada. The toolkit is meant to help people who wish to immigrate to Canada but are having a hard time understanding the language, systems and processes described by the Canadian Authorities. We give you the information you need in a simple format that you can follow so that it is easier to know what to do in order to begin your application process. This is a comprehensive step-by-step Guide to Immigrating to Canada that covers the following: 1) Family Sponsorship Classes (including Grandparents Super Visa Program) 2) Skilled Woker Classes 3) Business Classes (Investor, Self-Employed, Entrepreneur) 4) Quebec Classes & Streams 5) British Columbia Provincial Nominee Streams To purchase this Toolkit for $49.00, please click on the button below:
 
BC Incorporation Kit ($99.00)
This Kit has the information and documents you’ll need to get incorporated properly without paying legal fees.  This Kit is prepared by lawyers to make it easy and affordable for you to help yourself.  Guaranteed! Ready to download for immediate use.  It’s that easy! BC Annual Maintenance Kit ($49.99)
Failure to comply with the mandatory Annual Maintenance requirements will result in your company being involuntarily terminated, which is obviously very serious.  This Kit can help you keep your company in good standing by properly completing its Annual Maintenance each year.  This Kit is prepared by lawyers to make it easy and affordable for you to keep your company in good standing.  Guaranteed! Ready to download for immediate use.  It’s that easy. BC Restoration Kit ($49.99)
If your BC company was dissolved (i.e. terminated) this Kit has the information and template documents you’ll need to properly get it restored (i.e. resurrected).  This Kit is prepared by lawyers to make it easy and affordable for you to help yourself without paying legal fees.  Guaranteed! Ready to download for immediate use.  It’s that easy! BC Dissolution Kit ($49.99)
If you want to dissolve (i.e. terminate) your BC company this Kit has the information and documents you’ll need to do it properly.  This Kit is prepared by lawyers to make it easy and affordable for you to help yourself without paying legal fees.  Guaranteed! Ready to download for immediate use.  It’s that easy! Shareholders Agreements ($29.99)
Shareholders agreements are essential for any corporation that has more than one shareholder.  A shareholders agreement is a contract amongst the shareholders of a corporation and the corporation itself that can plan for various types of corporate matters. For example, a shareholders agreement may contain provisions relating to the following matters:
  • management of the business
  • shareholder contributions
  • share issuances and transfers
  • compulsory buy-sells
  • options for buying out shareholders
  • non-competition and confidentiality
For more information on shareholders agreements please see the article on shareholders agreements under the Resources tab that can be accessed from our home page. This online publication is ideal for small businesses.  You’ll learn about shareholders agreements and get three lawyer prepared template agreements to choose from. Employment Agreements ($29.99)
Having an employment agreement is a great way to clearly set out the terms of employment for your employees and to avoid any misunderstandings regarding an employee’s entitlements.  Employment agreements can also be used to protect a business’ intellectual property with provisions dealing with the ownership of intellectual property created by an employee and matters relating to confidentiality and non-competition. Contractor/Consultant Agreements ($29.99)
Having a contractor or consulting agreement for the people who do work for your business on an independent contractor basis should include having a proper independent contractor agreement in place that clearly sets out the terms of the engagement.  This could include provisions intended to protect your business and its intellectual property. Non-Disclosure Agreements ($29.99)
Protecting commercially sensitive information is becoming more and more important and also more and more difficult in today’s information age.  Many different types of protective measures can be implemented to help ensure a business’ confidential information is kept confidential.  This includes entering into a confidentiality and non-disclosure agreement with those people with whom a business may share or disclosure its confidential information in the course of its business dealings and/or transactions.

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