Hidden Face of Canadian Business Culture

How colored Business are targeted in Canada Klux Klux Klan style.

Author: Kireet Sharma
Pages: 22
Language: English
Publication date: 25/02/2021
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Autobiographical story of FamousMarketers.com, and how it faced Klux Klux Klan like forces within Canada. These obstructive forces have been identified, and detailed in this book.
This e book is an unedited manuscript. FamousMarketers.com is a global website, which receives traffic from all over the world. It is well known for its trademark Heart sign, throughout the world. While running FamousMarketers.com, Kireet Sharma encountered some Klux Klux Klan type forces in the Canadian business culture. This book talks about how Famousmarketers.com being a colored business, was targeted by these Klux Klux Klan type white supremist forces, while giving you a glimpse into the psychological, sociological, and anthropological analysis of Canadian society, and business culture at large.

This book details as to how meaningless controversies were fabricated against our company in Toronto, Canada, provides a detail account of how these obstructive forces enact in unity to bring down colored businesses. This book is a case study, but raises an important question in society, whether Canada is a safe place to do business? Are colored entrepreneurs safe in Canada?

This book will take you in depth as to how absolutely meaningless controversies are fabricated against colored businesses, through the journey of Famousmarketers.com. You will see what happened at Famousmarketers.com, and how being a colored business we were targeted by these Klux Klux Klan like forces.

This book also provides an insight into Canadian society, as to why do Canadians act in this strange manner. The influence of unique geography on psychology of Canadians, sociology of Canadians, and anthropology of Canadians. This book provides an in depth insight into the Canadian society, and its business culture.

Every year, thousands of people visit Canada to start their businesses, but what are the ground realities, aside from the dream. Is Canada a really great country for opening up a business, are colored entrepreneurs treated fairly in Canada? This book is a great case study for anybody esp. colored entrepreneurs looking to invest in Canada.

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