Do you market a product or service for your business? If so, are you knowledgeable of the laws pertaining to anti-competitive conduct? This workshop will help you identify anti-competitive conduct and stay on the right side of the law.
Join us Wednesday, December 6th from 1pm to 2pm EST virtually via Teams for an interactive workshop with the Competition Bureau of Canada.
During this workshop you will learn how to:
- Spot anti-competitive conduct.
- Understand the law and the role of the Competition Bureau in anti-competitive conduct.
- Understand how you can take action if you believe you’re being impacted by anti-competitive practices.
- Stay compliant with rules that apply to all businesses, no matter how big or small.
And we’ll share key tips for developing a compliance program in your business which can help you identify anti-competitive conduct and stay on the right side of the law. Spoiler alert! It doesn’t have to be costly or complicated. Even simple action steps can help you reduce your business risks.
Don’t miss out! Space is limited, so register early! Link for the workshop will be sent to all attendants prior to the event.
Please note that space is limited for this workshop. If you have registered but can no longer attend, please cancel your registration to make room for others to join.
If you didn’t make it to previous sessions, you can catch up by listening to this podcast to get an overview of our role, and by taking advantage of our resources – a lot of them are specifically designed for SMEs!
See you soon (virtually)!
Innovators & Entrepreneurs Foundation is a Canadian national charity dedicated to advocating for, supporting, and celebrating founders and innovators belonging to racialized and equity-seeking groups across Canada. Check out all of the programs IEF has to offer, including free business workshops, mental health resources and supports designed specifically for entrepreneurs, micro-grants, national business directory, and awards.
By fostering a competitive and innovative marketplace, the Competition Bureau is an independent Federal law enforcement agency committed to protecting and promoting competition in the market. That means business of all sizes must understand the rules that apply to their businesses, along with the ways we can support your success and protect Canadians.