23 Mar 2012

Study: Major Canadian cities offer cheaper business options than the U.S.

A new study by the analytic firm KPMG looks at which cities are most affordable for businesses in Canada.

Small cities like Moncton, Fredericton, Halifax and Trois-Rivieres topped the list, all coming in considerably lower than the average city in the United States. In fact, most Canadian cities demonstrated that it's cheaper to do business in Canada.

Among the major cities, Quebec City and Montreal placed highest, at sixth- and seventh-cheapest respectively. Other major hotspots included Winninpeg (8th), Toronto (12th), Edmonton (13th), Vancouver (14th) and Calgary (16th).

One way to keep costs down is to use small business storage. There are a number of options for affordable self storage in Toronto and other cities when it comes to places for businesses to store their documents. Often, this is much cheaper than renting out extra office space.

Those interested in Toronto self storage should keep in mind that Jiffy is currently running their iPad 3 contest, with more details on their website. The brand-new iPad could be very useful for businessmen who need access to files and the internet on the go.

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