SUV - Start-Up Visa Program Business Plan
Canada has always provided great opportunity for foreign entrepreneurs and innovators. The federal government seeks to attract qualified entrepreneurs with bold and globally competitive business ideas through the Start-Up Visa Program with the overarching goal of creating new jobs and spurring economic development in the country.
Unlike the regional provincial nominee programs aimed at entrepreneurs, the federal Start-Up Visa program requires a Letter of Support from a designated organization (Find the full list here). These organizations consist of investors (venture capital and angel) as well as incubators who may be interested in supporting your idea.
Investors see countless pitches and business plans daily. They have demanding expectations and highly selective criteria for business ventures they choose to fund. It’s difficult enough to capture their attention let alone convince them to invest. It will require a strong idea showcased in a well-prepared business plan and/or pitch deck.
Our team of business plan writers are well-versed in writing and editing business plans and other documents for these audiences. Our experience in investment banking, venture capital firms, and other funding organizations will work in your favor so you can feel confident you are putting forward the most optimized document for your application.
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