Almost three-quarters of Canadian businesses that were courageous saw revenues rise in 2016.
Lou Rogers writer profile
Lou Rogers is a chartered accountant and chair of Koocanusa Publications Inc. He obtained his degree as a CA in 1965 and spent the next 25 years in public practice in Cranbrook, B.C., retiring in 1990.
“I have always been interested in business and have worked at determining why some are successful and others not,” said Rogers. “I have been involved in a number of companies over the years, while I was in public practice as a CA and since.”
Rogers is actively involved in Koocanusa Publications Inc., Kootenay River Ranch Ltd. and Rogers Properties Ltd. He remains a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia.
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Perhaps never before have three letters been viewed with such contempt and misunderstanding.
Koocanusa Publications chair Lou Rogers presents some statistics from a recent study tabulating the opinions of CEOs and shares some thoughts on why the economic climate for 2011 looks brighter.
Recent surveys are showing that these days, small businesses generally have a cautiously optimistic view of the economic future of Canada and their own organization.