Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC)

Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC)

March 31, 2009 23:59 ET

BDC's March edition of eProfit$: Put a spring in your step with BDC's business solutions

MONTREAL, March 31 - With the arrival of spring, Canadian
entrepreneurs are looking to put a new spin on business. The Business
Development Bank of Canada (BDC) encourages small business owners to consult
the March edition of eProfit$.

In this issue:

Financing for innovation
How to identify funding sources to back your innovation initiatives.

New accounting standards
Stay informed on how the latest accounting standards may impact your
business.

Putting a new spin on networking
Tapping into social media to promote your business.

Managing generational diversity in your business
How to benefit from having a multi-generational workforce.

Success story: Succeeding in a greener world
Urban Impact Recycling turns a passion into a business.

BDC's ViewPoints panel
Share your feedback: Join the ViewPoints Panel.

Entrepreneurs are also invited to ask a question online to our consulting
expert. This month's theme is Managing Your Working Capital.
If you are a journalist and seek in-depth expert opinions on the topics
listed above, contact BDC's media relation team. The March issue of eProfit$
will be available for download between March 30 and April 30, 2009.

About BDC

BDC is Canada's business development bank. From 100 offices across the
country, BDC promotes entrepreneurship by providing highly tailored financing,
venture capital and consulting services to entrepreneurs. Visit www.bdc.ca for
more information.

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