By: Robert G. Kreklewetz, Guest Contributor
Canada is often viewed as a natural extension of the American direct selling ecosystem: It has a common dominant language, similar culture, convenient land border and a market of over 38 million people.
While having many similarities, there are still unique legal and regulatory features that prove to be risk areas for direct selling businesses operating in Canada. But all of this can be easily avoided with the right planning, structuring or advice, including an appropriate “Canadianization” of Plan Documents and overall business strategies.
Below, is a review of five recent Canadian developments that direct selling companies operating (or thinking about operating) in Canada should consider knowing about.
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