Pursuing immigration to Novia Scotia under an entrepreneur or business stream will require a Nova Scotia Nominee Program business plan.
Having a professional business plan created by our immigration experts give applicants the best chance at success.
Sales and Marketing Plan
Exploratory Visit (if applicable)
Critical and Risk Factors
Investment and Financial Projections (3 years)
Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) Business Plan
The Novia Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) seeks to encourage skilled immigrants to settle in Novia Scotia to help develop a robust economy. The Entrepreneur Stream specifically focuses on welcoming experienced and established business professionals and entrepreneurs who wish to open a new business or purchase an existing one in the province.
Having an NSNP business plan – officially called a Business Establishment Plan – is one of the key requirements of the application process. It must demonstrate that the proposed or existing business is viable and has a reasonable chance at success. Beyond containing all the components of a traditional business plan, the business establishment plan must also make evident the positive economic impact that the business will have on the Nova Scotian community.
You can entrust our team of professional business plan writers to create a clear and understandable business plan that will make a strong business case and fulfill the provincial requirements in their preferred format. Our team is passionate about business immigration and is at the ready to act as an ally in your business immigration journey.
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