This bulletin aims to validate the existence of constraints related to the size of these businesses in terms of access to geographic markets, particularly in comparison with businesses with 100 to 499 employees.
This bulletin highlights the existence of obstacles in 2017 in terms of accessing technological and intellectual resources and financing for Québec businesses of 1 to 4 employees due to their size; this analysis includes a comparison with businesses of 100 to 499 employees.
This collection describes the current situation of Quebecers aged 15 to 29 and the patterns of this population over the last 20 years. Themes: health, education, citizen participation, employment and entrepreneurship.
This Science, technologie et innovation en bref bulletin provides a portrait of external financing requests by Québec SMEs in 2017. The data used are from the Survey on Financing and Growth of Small and...
The information presented in this page come from the 2017 Survey on financing and growth of small and medium enterprises (SME) conducted by Statistics Canada. The information collected in this survey ...
Overview of SME financing requests in Québec, as well as SME growth in 2014 (including obstacles to growth and geographic markets).
Overview of each external financing request by type of financing, the debt financing request rate in relation with conditions under which the request was made, the request and approval rate of lease financing, the request and approval rate of government financing, and the financial sources used in the creation or purchase of the SME; growth prospects of SMEs between 2009 and 2014, internal and external obstacles to their growth, and finally, their geographic markets.