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Starting a new business

Discussion in 'Personnel' started by Michael R. Rivera, Feb 7, 2017.

  1. Michael R. Rivera

    Michael R. Rivera Member

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    Hi,
    I'm from Toronto. I'm planning to start a construction business. Can I get some suggestions? I'm new to this. I hope to start it in April. How is the registration done? Any idea?
    I was searching for the licensing of a new business. My friends recommended that it would be good if I start it now. Any experienced people here? Is it difficult to get the registration and licensing done in one month?
    One of my friends who is an engineer suggested me master business license registration Ontario will be a help in this. Has anyone used this? Kindly share your experience. Or else, if you can suggest me another option, it is also fine. Hope to get an expert advice.
    Waiting for your reply.
    Thanks in advance