The Startup Visa is a popular program in Canada for foreign innovators and entrepreneurs. Among the primary requirements, successful applicants must receive a letter of support from a designated organization. These designated organizations are government-recognized accelerators, angel investors, and venture capital firms that are able to support growing businesses in their startup journey.
We’ve teamed up with Manitoba Technology Accelerator (MTA), a leading designated organization, to learn more about how this program works. Join us as we sit down with Marshall Ring, MTA’s CEO, as we aim to answer the most pressing questions about the Startup Visa process, what it takes to obtain the letter of support, and how MTA supports promising technology businesses in their development and growth.
Marshall Ring is the CEO of Manitoba Technology Accelerator (MTA). MTA is a leading participant of the Start-up Visa Program of Canada and focuses on providing support to early-stage scientific and technology-based businesses. Marshall has over 20 years of experience in company formation and mentoring up-and-coming tech businesses and holds a master’s degree in Natural Resource Management specializing in Community Economic Development.
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