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The CBAR (Center for Business Advancement and Research) program was created to promote the relationship between the university and the community in a business atmosphere. CBAR hand picks students from the M.B.A and undergraduate business programs based on previous work experience and academic performance.

CBAR provides affordable business solutions to local companies while providing students with a course credit. The services provided by the CBAR program include the following:

  • Marketing planning, promotion, and execution
  • Market research, utilizing primary data collection using surveys (mail, email, telephone), focus groups and interviews
  • Business plans help
  • Financial and budgeting analysis
  • Strategic analysis
  • Industry overview and competitor analysis
  • Facilitation of seminars, workshops and forums surrounding regional economic stimulation, entrepreneurship education and business operations
CBAR partnered with the Intellectual Property Legal Information Network (IPLIN) to deliver a series of workshops to help new Canadians with legal and business aspects of venture creation, in the Immigrant Entrepreneurship Workshop Series in 2008/2009. IPLIN is an organization within the University of Windsor’s Law School which is founded and supervised by Professor Myra Tawfik. IPLIN operates through the generous support of the Law Foundation of Ontario and the Faculty of Law. IPLIN is dedicated to providing public legal education and other information resources to individuals and groups within the Windsor-Essex County community who have questions regarding Intellectual Property or Innovation Law. In 2009/2010, CBAR and IPLIN offered the Youth Entrepreneurship Program, a series of workshops and mentoring forum to steer youth entrepreneurs on the path toward launching their own businesses. To learn more about the Youth Entrepreneurship Program, and the Immigrant Entrepreneurship Program please go to the following link To learn more about IPLIN please go to

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CBAR respects the privacy of all businesses. All CBAR members and CBAR directors sign non-disclosure agreements.

In an effort to promote the betterment of the community, the CBAR program will assist a limited number of not-for-profit organizations with business related consulting on a pro bono basis.

Should your company require assistance with a business process not listed here, please do not hesitate to contact us


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