Wednesday, September 15, 2004

A global small Canadian business is hot!

In The Globe Investor

Business is hot for Canadian parka maker Metro Sportswear Ltd. Since it was founded in 1957, the family-owned outerwear company has grown into a $10-million-plus apparel business that employs more than 100 people in Canada and has clients across the globe in places such as Western Europe, Japan, Russia and the United States. Last year alone, sales of the Toronto-based company's high-end Canada Goose parkas jumped 60 per cent.

It's a made-in-Canada success story for "small business" and it highlights the growing contribution small and medium-sized businesses have made to the Canadian economy over the past couple of years.

To read the entire article, visit: Small Businesses Poised For Growth (A Canadian Perspective)

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