Posts Tagged ‘kitsilano’

CEO Ladies Run Group Yoga, 9AM on Sunday April 21st, 2013

Friday, April 12th, 2013

Come join us at the CEO Ladies Run Group Yoga at 9AM on Sunday April 21st, 2013. This practice enhances muscle strength, flexibility and a peaceful mind. All levels welcome. RSVP at http://www.meetup.com/ceoladiesrun/Vancouver-CA/924502/

CEO ladies run: north Vancouver

Friday, February 15th, 2013

We just had another great CEO Ladies Run on Saturday Feb. 9th  2013. Thank you Hailee Turpin for leading and organizing and again KIND for the bars. Stay tuned for the next run on the 23rd in Kitsilano!

Promotion on business card printing, self-standing banner stands, and a customized logo pendant necklace

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012
New Year’s Promotion on business card printing, self-standing banner stands, and a customized logo pendant necklace.
For more details, visit:
Place your orders quickly now as this deal is only available while supplies last!
If you have any questions or you want to place an order, you can reach us at info@reframemarketing.com.

Photos from Reframe Marketing Christmas Open House

Thursday, December 23rd, 2010

View Reframe Marketing’s Christmas Open House Photos. Unfortunately, many photos did not turn out due to the lighting, but we still got a good set for memories.

http://picasaweb.google.com/specialtyk/ReframeMarketingOpenHouse2010?authkey=Gv1sRgCJbcmfef6telRw&feat=email#

Marketing Expenses can be written off from a tax perspective

Monday, October 25th, 2010
In today’s high-tech, global, business environment, the potential for growth and exposure is greater than ever before, and as I’ve mentioned, marketing is key to taking advantage of this potential.

Simply put, marketing can provide you with the tools that will help you maintain your company’s presence and keep it competitive.

Websites, for example, have become one of these essential tools. Your company’s website, however, needs to be more than just a URL address and a phone number. It has to be attractive, informative and easy to use. After all, in business as in life, first impressions are everything, and if you want your business to succeed, you need to put your best face forward.

Branding is another big one. We live in a branded world, and like it or not, everyone from Nike to your local charity has realized the importance of having a clean, consistent brand image. Your brand is your company’s identity, and as with websites, that image needs to convey confidence and competence.

If developed well, marketing strategies will attract attention to, and generate buzz about, your company and your services, and this, of course, means an increase in revenue. It is important, however, to always remember the old business adage “you have to spend money to make money.” Beautifully designed websites and strong, effective branding campaigns are investments, and like all investments, they will cost you money. The thing that many businesses don’t realize is that marketing can be claimed as a business expense.

Did I just blow your mind?

It’s absolutely true. Marketing expenses can be fully written off from a tax perspective, which means your company should monitor revenues to see what percentage can be reasonably used for this purpose.

According to Robert Elm BComm, MBA, CA, CPA (Illinois), CIP, PFP of Elm and Associates, “the Canada Revenue Agency has certain restrictions on the deduction of advertising in periodicals, as well as using a wrapping professional service. The complete wording can be read at the CRA web site at http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/bsnss/tpcs/slprtnr/bsnssxpnss/dvrtsng-eng.html“.

So, keep marketing at the top of your financials all the time and remember to view it for what it really is: a way to make more money.