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Why you should hire broker if you want to sale your business in Canada?

We generally think to begin doing a business at a certain time yet we are not continually having a right chance to get a deal. Buying a business that is for sale is not a simple undertaking in light of the fact that there are individuals in the business sector who appears to have tired [...]

By | April 2nd, 2019|Business Immigration|0 Comments

Establish Subsidiary Business in Canada

Your business is your baby. After years of nurturing your company and working tirelessly to generate a successful strategy, you’ve seen your hard work pay off and you’re looking towards the future with an expanded business. When you start looking into how to establish your company in Canada, it might seem like the procedures are [...]

By | October 3rd, 2016|Business Immigration, Financial, Governments|0 Comments

Quebec Business Immigration

ENTREPRENEUR PROGRAM Stream 1 You must settle in Quebec to create and operate a business for which you have already received a service offer from a business accelerator or incubator or a university entrepreneurship center You can carry out your project alone or with others, up to three of whom can be foreign nationals who [...]

By | January 18th, 2011|Business Immigration, Immigration to canada|Comments Off on Quebec Business Immigration

Federal Business Immigration Program

The Business Immigration Program seeks to attract experienced business people to Canada who will support the development of a strong and prosperous Canadian economy there are three types of Business Immigration such as: Investors Entrepreneurs Self-Employed The criteria you must meet to qualify under the business immigration program are different for each class; Investors Canada [...]

By | January 18th, 2011|Business Immigration, Immigration to canada|Comments Off on Federal Business Immigration Program

Starting a Business or Buying a Franchise in Canada

What is Franchise? Franchising is a way of distributing products and services. The franchiser (original business owner) grants a licence for the use of his trademark or trade name for a fee. The franchisee (person who buys the franchise) is allowed to use the franchiser's business name and operating system to set up the business. [...]

By | January 13th, 2011|Business Immigration, Immigration to canada|Comments Off on Starting a Business or Buying a Franchise in Canada