Business Coach Refutes RBC's Findings Saying Recession Uneventful for Business Owners
Latest poll by RBC not accurate when it comes to real businesses in Canada and the effect the recession has had on them, says Greg Kopchuk of ActionCOACH Canada.
EDMONTON, AB /24-7PressRelease/ -- In a recent RBC poll that was released to Canada's business sector, the poll stated that 56 percent of Canadian entrepreneurs, said the recession had either no impact or a positive effect on their business operations. These findings are in direct contrast to a poll that was done by ActionCOACH Canada last year of 1900 business owners across the country where 90% of them said the recession had affected them.
"The fact that so many businesses came to us during the recession is a direct reflection of their needs in the business community. To say that over 50% of small business weren't affected just can't be accurate," says Greg Kopchuk of ActionCOACH Canada.
"Yes, many businesses saw an increase in profits because they were willing to increase their budgets for marketing and advertising, and those businesses are thriving today, but to say that this Recession is uneventful is just wrong," says Kopchuk, who works with emerging and established businesses to increase their profitability.
Kopchuk, who heads up Canada's Leading Business Coach firm ActionCOACH, recently received a Canadian Franchise Award for the work he's put into building Canadian businesses.