The Conference Board of Canada has recently published a report on the need for immigrant entrepreneurs and investors across Canada. It is interesting to note that back in 1978 Canada was at the forefront of attracting people with business savvy and investment from round the world. That position peaked in 1992 and has declined over the past 25 years.
It is interesting to note that a rise in global wealth has fueled the competition for immigrant investors willing to start businesses around the globe. Canada now competes for wealthy immigration investors and is looking at ways of developing and maintaining an advantage to do so.
Canada has long had the issue of needing to attract more business investment. There are suggestions for methods of increasing investment into the country by provinces and territories alike.
It is an interesting read and I recommend downloading the document by following the link below. http://www.conferenceboard.ca/e-library/abstract.aspx?did=8782.
Solo and Small Biz Change Agent, Marie-Helene Sakowski at firstname.lastname@example.org