Small Business Resource Centre
Every small business faces challenges along the way to success. Whatever yours are, you can find help here – from information to inspiration.
Small businesses across Canada rely on Rogers as a trusted partner, both for services and knowledge. As our suite of tools continues to grow, you’ll find help for every stage of growth – from first steps to taking your company to the next level.
If you're considering a security solution for your business, read this helpful overview of Rogers Smart Business Monitoring.
Straightforward tips for increasing productivity, improving inventory management and enhancing security at your retail store.
Modern security systems can do more than just sound an alarm. Find out about key trends in retail security solutions and how they can help your business.
See how retailers are using mobile technologies to gain a competitive edge over the competition.
Successful business owners all have one thing in common: they recognize opportunities and leverage the tools available to them to take full advantage. Get inspired by the success stories below, and keep coming back for more, as we add more throughout the year.
Meet a former pro-athlete in Vancouver who hit new heights by turning his passion for snowboarding into a company that designs and manufactures premium snowboards.
Watch how a Montréal-based 3D puzzle-maker pieced together a plan for going global.
See what this “mommypreneur” did to take her unique bag-making business from infancy to a national success.
Take a look at two guys who turned a college project into an eco-friendly business in Vancouver.
Rogers Talks Speaker Video Series Rogers Talks brings together some of Canada’s leading small business experts. It incudes insightful presentations, local networking opportunities and valuable Q & A. Below are some highlights from last year’s series.
You used to need large budgets to reach audiences. Today you need an internet connection and a story to tell. Ben Kelly from LinkedIn explains.
You can use social media to tell your story. Or you can use it to get others to tell your story for you. Former Creative Director Marc Stoiber breaks it down.
Great businesses don’t produce products or offer services. They solve people’s problems. Serial entrepreneur Jim Bottomley looks at how to identify those problems.
Every day, another company puts out a product to make your business easier to run. Entrepreneur and educator Michael Furdyk looks at a few of them and how they help.
Frank O’Dea, co-founder of The Second Cup, talks about the fragility of brands in the digital age and what to think about whenever you take a message to market.
Everything you need to know about your customers is within your reach. Internet strategist Jesse Hirshe shows you where to look and what to do with that information.