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Good News: Consumers Want to Spend

A new study finds buyers are cautiously confident about their own finances—and about what lies ahead

6 Simple Ways to Serve Islamic Customers

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Muslims are increasingly affluent and globally minded. Here’s how to reach this US$1.8-trillion consumer market

How to Introduce a Proven Hit to a New Market

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Meet Victor Cui, the man fighting to bring mixed martial arts to Asia—a market in which UFC is a brand of ketchup

It’s Your Last Chance to Enter the 2014 PROFIT 500!

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Want to join Canada's Fastest-Growing Companies? You have until 11:59 EDT to declare your candidacy

Growth Market: Be the Anti-Bay Street

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Entrepreneurs with new business models and disdain for “the way it’s done” are transforming corporate law. And customers love it

What Proposed Crowdfunding Laws Mean for You

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Two sets of pending legislation will seriously affect how companies can solicit funds from the public. Here's what you need to know

5 Ways to Sell to the Lucrative Young Asian Market

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Young consumers in China, India and beyond are increasingly affluent. Here's how to get a piece of the billions they're spending

Where to Find Katy Perry Fans

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A city-by-city breakdown of Canadian musical tastes—and how you can market to them

Know Your Consumer: What Music Fans Buy

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Why you shouldn’t blast Shania Twain in your boutique, and other ways to cater to different musical tastes

Why Europe (Yes, Europe) is a Growth Market

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The EU's economic woes are passing. And that means it's time for current and would-be exporters to pay attention

The Massive Audience That 60% of Small Firms Are Missing

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Canadians are the most voracious internet users in the world, yet more than half of small businesses in Canada don’t have a website

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