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SINP Business Program
Business Succession – A New Way to Prosper in Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan will be facing much growth and transition over the next ten years, as it is expected that 10,000 businesses are preparing for succession to new owners or to close altogether if a buyer is not found. The Provincial Government of Saskatchewan has launched a new program to aid this process. International investors looking to make Saskatchewan their home will now be able to do this much easier. Application times have shortened and networks are currently being developed to help link international investors with local businesses through organizations such as SREDA and RROC. IIBC has strong programs in place to provide business tours throughout the province, while also providing the support and network necessary to secure your investment properly. Accessing the help of quality local professionals in a variety of industries such as real estate and law is important for approval within the SINP program and for the overall success of your new business. IIBC is here to help with any strategic planning and support necessary. As well, IIBC has a well established relocation and settlement program ready to make your transition to Canada as simple and comfortable as possible.
To access the opportunity of investment in Saskatchewan’s strong economy, “there are four criteria in the SINP Entrepreneur Category. You must meet all four of these criteria to be approved for nomination:
- a minimum net worth of C$300,000 which can be verified;
- accumulation of net worth through legal means, which can be verified;
- minimum three years entrepreneurial or relevant business management experience; and,
- intent to reside and actively invest in Saskatchewan. (Government of Saskatchewan)
IIBC can help you take care of the rest of the details.
The targeted goal of SINP’s new Business Succession Pilot is to bring 250 business investors into Saskatchewan each year. Furthermore, there are no classification limits on the types of businesses that can be bought or sold. The door is wide open to investors and the positive effects will be felt by investors & their families that come to live in Canada, workers, communities and the province in general in the exciting years to come.
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If you have any questions or require help about the SINP Business Program in Saskatchewan, please contact us anytime for more information.