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Before you take the first step, take time to find out if you are well suited to being an entrepreneur and to learn about your chances of success.
The Business Number simplifies the way businesses deal with government by identifying a business and its associated government accounts. These Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) will answer common questions about the Business Number.
You can watch and learn practical business planning start-up essentials! From business planning to the development of a marketing strategy, this video series can help.
Entrepreneurship Manitoba's Business Settlement Office offers services that will help you take the necessary steps to integrate into Manitoba's economic and social environment.
Are you thinking of starting a business? Do you have questions? Entrepreneurship Manitoba offers a free, weekly drop-in, Business Start-Up Information Session. Join us!
One of the most important decisions you make when starting a business is the type of legal organization you select for your company.
Learn about the programs and services available to new and existing entrepreneurs with disabilities in Manitoba.
We offer a business information session for business people immigrating to Canada through the
Provincial Nominee Program for Business.
Learn how to hire your first employee. This guide covers the steps involved in hiring employees, employment and safety regulations and standards for Manitoba, as well as other considerations.
This guide provides information on programs and services available for indigenous business.
The Manitoba Finance Taxation Division administers provincial taxation legislation, and provides information, compliance, audit and enforcement programs.
The Business Number (BN) is a unique, national identifier used in Manitoba to simplify how businesses work with government and reduce their red tape burden. Learn how BN adoption can benefit your municipality.
Choose the right name for your business. Your business name should be unique and easy to remember, and should describe the products and services you provide.
To make sure your business needs are met, be aware of a wide range of considerations when negotiating a commercial lease.
Learn about business and employment supports available to entrepreneurs throughout Manitoba.
The Business Number simplifies the way businesses deal with government by identifying a business and associated government accounts.
These government and non-government financial programs are targeted towards youth between the ages of 18-39 who are thinking about starting or expanding a business in Manitoba.
A common question when starting a business is: “Where do I start?” This guide to starting a business in Manitoba will provide you with key considerations, next steps, and contact information to get your business up and running.