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The construction industry is one of the largest globally, yet it is the least digitized, everyone by now is aware of that, but now what? Yes, the construction industry is the least digitized but in the past two years, there was a substantial acceleration of companies looking to digitize and modernize how they work, especially in the Mid-Market, which is a good sign. Luckily, there exist numerous technologies that could radically improve efficiency, productivity, and safety in the sector. Incorporating digital technology into the construction industry allows for refinement at the management level and on the operational level of a construction site.
Surprisingly, so many construction companies are still lacking in mid-market digital marketing, so we have written this article to demystify this trend to gain leverage in 2022.The number of Canadian mid-market construction companies that have embraced digital marketing is impressive, albeit at a slow pace. In 2022, many other construction businesses still don't care about establishing a digital or social media presence and instead rely on word to mouth. Even if that worked for you for a long time, would you not be interested in learning how digital marketing strategies could help your company even more? Here are some effective modern techniques that will help you reach your company’s full potential.
In any startup, it is extremely important for founders to thoroughly consider all of the options that they have available to them for obtaining funding. There are a number of options available, including issuing e, borrowing money from traditional sources, crowdfunding, and others. When determining which option is right for your business, you should consider a variety of legal issues, including whether you will personally be liable if the business fails and whether you will have to give up a degree of control over the way that the company is run.
Crowdfunding is a type of alternative funding that involves raising money from a large number of small, usually through various Internet sites. Legislation recently enacted by the federal government removed some of the restrictions that made it illegal for private businesses to offer equity to anyone but in returfor funding , making crowdfunding a viable option for startups that once were relegated to traditional funding sources.
The kinds of contracts that will be important to your startup depend on a variety of factors. Some of the more common contracts used in the early stages of a startup include the following:
- Commercial lease agreements
- Employment contracts
- Operating agreements
- Service agreements
- End User License Agreements (EULAs)
- Non-disclosure agreements
- Investment term sheets
- Founder agreements
- Intellectual property assignments
Yes. Data privacy laws apply to any business that has an online presence. As a result, we also suggest to have you privacy policies for your business drafted and properly documented at all times.
Many startups hire consultants or other service providers on a per-project basis as independent contractor. The line between employees and independent contractors can become blurred, however, especially in situations in which an individual who has been brought on as a contractor develops a long-term relationship and integral with the company. Generally, whether or not an independent contractor will be deemed an employee in the event of a dispute depends on the degree of control the employer exercises over the way in which the independent contractor performs their work.
Yes. While, in the early stages of a business, “gentleman’s agreements” and other informal understandings may seem sufficient, this can quickly change, particularly if and when large sums of money start to be at stake. As a result, it is always prudent to formalize any agreements in order to avoid any unnecessary conflicts or litigation in the future.