Make sure all your legal boxes are checked before you grow your business any further! Protect yourself and that empire you’re building.
Take a peek at how we’ve helped make happy business owners out of entrepreneurs from all parts of the country, in all areas of business, many of whom were experiencing massive dysfunction in their businesses.
Sukhi Hansra is a business and technology lawyer, 4x entrepreneur and business growth expert – helping today’s entrepreneurs launch and grow their business for over 5 years.
We’re a business law firm devoted to helping business owners take their idea from the garage to a booming success – with a proven, cutting-edge approach that is tailored to you and your business.
Whether it involved the review of legal documents or incorporating a small business in Ontario, Sukhi’s communication skills and patience made the entire process a seamless and enjoyable one. I would highly recommend Sukhi and would not hesitate to reach out to him again in the future.
━━ Christopher P.
Sukhi has a motto of caring about the business and providing massive value, ex: works through the business plan, connects accountant with what’s needed, gives follow up calls. He’s also really knowledgeable in both business and tech which is a huge plus. Definitely recommending to friends and family.
━━ Yuli J.
Sukhi is committed to getting the best possible outcome for his clients. He is efficient, personable and easy to work with, and he genuinely cares about his clients’ success. Sukhi takes the time to understand your business and offers valuable advice and guidance.
━━ Helya B.
Whether you’re a large technology company or you just started a new business, we’ve help hundreds of clients like you that have chosen Ontario and Canada as a stepping stone to their success.
We help our clients at 4 major stages:
Launch: getting your venture off the ground
Manage: setting the foundation for growth
Grow: injecting capital for strategic expansion
Exit: strategic acquisitions or sales
About 20% of small businesses in Canada fail within their very first year. But it doesn’t have to be that way if you have the right business and legal guidance.