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Driverseat Expands into Oakville Ontario

DRIVERSEAT OPENS IN OAKVILLE ONTARIO

Franchise Owners Kirk Teeple and Maria De Palma announce Grand Opening.

Kitchener, Ontario – Driverseat is proud to announce the opening of the Oakville Ontario franchise. “We are fortunate to have Kirk and Maria as our Franchise Partners in this important market,” states Brian Bazely, Co-founder Driverseat Inc. “We have had an […]

Driverseat Doubles in Size

March 21, 2015

DRIVERSEAT NOW SERVICES DOUBLE THE MARKETS SERVICED IN 2014
With the growth experienced in the past 12 weeks, Driverseat has big plans for 2015

Kitchener, Ontario – Driverseat doubled in size in December of 2014, and has since sold the rights to 4 more territories. The Kitchener-based franchise now has 16 territories sold covering over […]

En Route to Success – CFA Magazine

En Route to Success – CFA Magazine

Driverseat was the focus of an “Emerging System” article in the CFA Magazine recently. Click on the link to read the entire article.

By |March 19th, 2014|Uncategorized|

…and now you are self employed.

I was recently asked to speak at a conference on how to transition from corporate life to entrepreneur.  Many Canadians and Americans have a dream of working for themselves, being their own boss and making themselves a lot of money, not working to make others rich.  The explosion of businesses across Canada and the U.S. […]

You’d Be Home By Now… If You Worked From Home

A recent article in the Huffington Post detailed the traffic congestion in various North American cities.  Vancouver was found to be the worst city out of all major cities reviewed.

http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/11/06/vancouver-worst-traffic-congestion_n_4228675.html

The study goes on to say that the average commuter spends 11.6 days a year on their drive to and from work.  This is getting worse […]

51 minutes is not a lot of time

51 minutes.  How long is that exactly.  It is roughly the time it takes to watch a 1-hour TV program (while fast forwarding the commercials), it is the length of a class in high school, just over the average commute time for someone in a bedroom community outside of Toronto and it is the average […]