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Business Advice & Mentorship

Business Advice

& Mentorship

Designed to skyrocket your success and propel your business forward

The Business Advisory and Mentorship Program (BAM) extends our service offering beyond mere legality, using a holistic approach to ensure long-term viability and success of our clients and their businesses.

Our active involvement in Calgary’s business community helped us realize the importance of understanding the business objectives of our clients. Using this unique perspective, we collaborated with long-time business and investment advisor, Henry Kutarna, to create the program that enables us to provide comprehensive, lasting solutions and deliver practical legal advice.

What to expect:

The in-house business mentor program works in conjunction with our business law advice, to provide the following benefits:

  • Gain a broad understanding of your business needs and tailored legal solutions, specific to your business
  • Become more efficient and reduce long-term costs with a proactive approach to your business and legal planning
  • Develop your personal leadership skills and achieve your business goals 
  • Gain access to various tools that simplify the process of actively managing legal and business risks
  • Leverage your relationship with us and accelerate your long-term business performance 
How it works:

Step 1: Discover

  • Before you commit to the mentorship program, we schedule a two-hour whiteboard session with you to determine if the program is the right fit for you. The complimentary session is designed to help us understand your specific needs and concerns, business trajectory and aspirations so we’re able to establish a plan and strong working relationship. 

Step 2: Formalize

  • To move forward with the program, you’ll formalize your relationship with your mentor, which is considered independent of your relationship with the firm. As the client, this means all communication between the two of you is confidential and the mentor is only able to disclose information when instructed by the client to do so.

Step 3: Begin

  • To move forward with the program, you’ll formalize your relationship with your mentor, which is considered independent of your relationship with the firm. As the client, this means all communication between the two of you is confidential and the mentor is only able to disclose information when instructed by the client to do so.
What it is not:
  • The BAM program is separate and independent from Du Plooy Law legal services and is not covered under ALIA, nor the Rules or Code of Professional Conduct of the Law Society of Alberta. Lawyers are only qualified to provide legal services, meaning that all business mentoring services are provided by the mentor directly. 
  • No partner, employee or contractor of Du Plooy Law has received or will receive any direct or indirect financial benefit or remuneration from or through any of the mentor’s services.

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