Canada's Start-up Visa Program Entices More Entrepreneurs

August 16, 2014
More Entrepreneurs migrate to Canada on Start-up Visa Program

The Minister of Canada Citizenship and Immigration, Chris Alexander, in a meeting with Kitchener-Waterloo business incubator Communitech as well as other business leaders discussed on the Start-up Visa program and it’s prospective to entice entrepreneurs to Canada, who are having perception and skills to set up innovative firms that generate employments and enduring prosperity.

Chris Alexander discussed the significance of the program with several native business leaders and welcomed firms to proceed with their attempts in recognizing, inspiring start-up opportunities and the active entrepreneurs behind them through the Start-up Visa program. 

The Start-up Visa Program, which was introduced previous year, has brought angel investor group, business incubators with entrepreneurs and Canadian venture capital finances together from overseas.  

Start-up Visa Program is a vital part of Canadian government plan to set up a flexible and quick financial immigration system along with the key focus on fulfilling the latest and rising needs of country’s economy.
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