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Business Immigration in Canada: Top 4 Business Plan Writing Trends
Business Immigration | Immigration Business Plans
Canadian business immigration is on the rise. Each year more than 300,000 people immigrate to Canada under one of the country’s many immigration programs — and this number continues to grow! In fact, the Canadian government is aiming to increase the number of annual immigrants from approximately 300,000 to more than 400,000 in the coming years.
As a result, there is an increased need for immigration lawyers and consultants, as well as business plan writing specialists. Many immigration applicants require support from Canadian immigration professionals. These professionals assist applicants with the application process, necessary documents, and business plan writing.
For immigration professionals whose knowledge and skills are in high demand, several changes have begun to take place, such as an increased focus on collaboration and outsourcing.
Business Plan Writing Trends
Below, our business plan writing experts discuss the recent trends in Canadian business immigration and business plan writing. These four trends have beneficially impacted not only immigration professionals but hopeful immigrants as well.
Many immigration lawyers and consultants previously wrote immigration business plans for their clients or produced the plans internally within their firms. However, these immigration professionals have started to recognize the value of outsourcing.
Not only are professional business plan writers able to provide expertly crafted documents that have a higher rate of success but outsourcing to these professionals also improves efficiencies, increases the speed with which an application can be completed, and offers lawyers and consultants the ability to focus on their core competencies.
Above all, outsourcing business plan writing allows immigration lawyers and consultants to spend more time growing their own businesses. As a result, outsourcing is viewed as an investment, rather than a cost.
2. Increased Demand for One-Stop-Shop Services
A Canadian business immigration package requires several important pieces. For example, in addition to typical application documents, a person applying for immigration through Canada’s Start-Up Visa program requires support from an incubator, angel investor, or venture capital firm. As a result, a strong Start-Up Visa business plan is necessary.
To avoid dealing with various different contacts during the immigration process (e.g., an immigration consultant or lawyer, a business consultant, and a professional business plan writer), applicants are reaching out to immigration professionals looking for a one-stop-shop service.
These applicants want a team of experts they can trust who can deliver what they need to succeed. Subsequently, immigration professionals have focused on providing quality one-stop-shop options for their clients.
Every day, more immigration lawyers and consultants discover that collaborating with other immigration professionals allows them to offer improved services to their clients. In fact, due to the benefits of collaboration, in-house business plan writing has become a thing of the past.
Instead of writing business plans themselves, or internally within their firm, immigration lawyers and consultants are collaborating with professional business plan writers. Not only does this promote growth and lower costs, and provide a firm’s staff with more flexibility, it allows them to offer business planning and business plan writing expertise.
Overall, collaborating with professional business plan writers benefits immigration lawyers and consultants by allowing them to focus on providing their clients with superior service. These lawyers and consultants are left with more time to support their current clients and to focus on acquiring new ones.
4. Time-Saving Strategies
In the past, many immigration professionals would ask their clients to provide the business plan(s) needed for their immigration application. Unfortunately, this often caused delays and struggles with making revisions and changes. Ultimately, it resulted in a never-ending back and forth while trying to ensure the document was suitable for immigration.
Today, immigration lawyers and consultants understand the importance of working with a professional business plan writing company. As a result of working with experienced writers, immigration professionals have found that they can save time and energy while providing better support and more effective documentation for their clients.
An expert business plan writing team, like Joorney Canada, will develop comprehensive and well-articulated documents that provide the best chance of approval. Therefore, while immigration professionals benefit from time savings, hopeful immigrants also benefit from the improved products and services that result from partnerships between immigration lawyers, consultants, and business plan writers.
Capitalize on Business Plan Writing Trends with the Help of Joorney Canada
Looking to adopt these business plan writing trends?
Joorney Canada can help! Our experienced business plan writers are familiar with what makes a successful Canadian immigration document. As a result, we will provide you, and your clients, with thoughtful, detail-oriented, and professionally crafted business plans that strengthen cases leading to a higher likelihood of success. By outsourcing your business plan writing, you’ll also save time and energy, so you can focus on growing your business and client base.
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To learn more about how Joorney can help you and your clients, contact us today.
Joorney Business Plans Canada Inc. is not a law firm nor an immigration consulting firm and all information provided in this document should not be considered as legal advice or any advice or recommendation on any immigration application program. All information provided in this document should be verified by a licensed or certified immigration professional before the reader can act on this information. As such, it is understood that Joorney Business Plans Canada Inc. shall not be liable for any loss or damage of whatever nature (direct, indirect, consequential, or other) whether arising in contract, tort, or otherwise, which may arise as a result of your use of (or inability to use) this document, or from your use of (or failure to use) the information on this document.
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