The authors demystify the language of business-to-business
e-commerce, outline the technologies, and explain what every business needs to
know to take advantage of the hyper-growth in this sector. Draws on the
experience of Canadian and American organizations.
Written by Matthew
Friedman and Marlene Blanshay. Published by Macmillan Canada, 2000.
Gives the reader an in-depth
understanding of what customers actually mean to a businessand explains
the importance of building and maintaining the strength of that relationship.
Real-world examples and research results from around the world offer key
Written by James G. Barnes. Published by McGraw Hill (U.S.),
A one-stop guide to choosing, using and accessing the
right technology for your small business. It is an essential resource offering
step-by-step instruction for everything from choosing your phone lines to
building a LAN. This book contains dozens of tips to help you maximize your
small business telecommunications and improve your bottom line.
Nick Wittenberg and Kathleen Aldridge. Published by McGraw Hill Ryerson, 2000.
book takes you step-by-step into business start-up, while helping you learn
balance ... keeping your focus on what is truly important in your life.
Written by Hollee Kew. Published by Kudu Publishing and Marketing, 2000.
E-commerce: Critical Success Factors That Will Make or Break Your
Online Business The authors identify twelve critical success factors that
are fundamental to e-commerce success. Using case studies of successful Web
sites and profiles of key personalities in the industry, this book shows
readers how to do it right the first time.
Written by Nick Jones and
Russell Field. Published by Macmillan Canada, 2000.
Provides a detailed look at the vital components of Canada's
largest business community and marketplace. Inside you will find key facts on
the quality of life, and the cost of living and doing business in the GTA.
Edited by Mary de Reus.
Published by the Toronto Board of Trade, 2000.
The Report ranks countries according to
two indices, one for Current Competitiveness and one for Growth
Competitiveness. Contains 1999 data and remains the single best source on the
Co-chaired by Michael Porter and Jeffrey Sachs.
for the World Economic Forum by Oxford University Press, 2000.
Contains the full text of the
Retail Sales Tax Act and the regulations issued under the Act, current to
August 31, 2000. In addition, all the current retail sales tax guides and the
most recent bulletins are included.
Published by CCH Canadian, 2000.