Event: Newcomer Business Startup Info Session (Richmond)
About the program
Entrepreneurship Connections® helps newcomers who plan to start a business in Canada. If you have owned or operated a business outside Canada, or would like to launch one here, this innovative and informative program will assist you with setting up a successful small business in the Canadian market.
Since 2018 Entrepreneurship Connections® partnering with S.U.C.C.E.S.S. to help newcomer immigrants in Vancouver for starting a business. In 2019 Vancouver cohort is scheduled from February 26 – March 15, 2019.
- Support to develop your business plan
- Receive techniques to pitch your business to different target groups
- Strengthen your understanding of Canadian business with workshops on: marketing, market research, sales, cash flow, taxation and human resources
- Learn about financing options and government resources for small business
- Learn about the legal aspects of starting your business in Canada
- Work with established entrepreneurs and business professionals as mentors
- Participate in ACCES’ award winning Speed Mentoring® event
Eligibility to join this program
Permanent Residents, Protected Persons or Live-in Caregivers and English proficiency CLB 5.
To join the program, attendance at information session is required
Information Session Locations for 2019 Cohort
January 29th, 2019 - 6pm-8pm
S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Richmond Office at Storeys
8111 Granville Ave, Level 1, Atrium Richmond, BC
Registration online for Richmond location info session: http://bit.ly/EC-Jan29-Richmond
For more information and registration contact:
Ray Tseng, Business Coach
Tel: (604) 408-7274 ext. 204
|Start Date:||2019-01-29 18:00|
|End Date:||2019-01-29 20:00|
|Location:||SUCCESS Richmond Office at Storeys|
8111 Granville Ave, Upper Level (Classroom)
As of June 2018, there are 25.4 million refugees around the world according to United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) statistic. Over half of the refugees are under the age of 18 and 57% of the world refugees came from following three countries: Syria, Afghanistan and South Sudan.
Images of CANN services provided to new immigrants, including government-assisted and privately-sponsored refugees, at Vancouver International Airport.
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