Newcomers wanting to start their own business in Canada face some unique challenges, such as lack of familiarity with business practices, access to funding for the business and a limited professional network. The most recent Arrive newcomer webinar Starting a Small Business in Canada: What Newcomers Need to Know covered these issues and more.
Presented by Arrive and the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC), this informative webinar focused on foundational steps you can take to plan out set yourself up for success as a newcomer entrepreneur in Canada. Shikha Bhuchar, co-founder of Arrive, along with Sharon Connolly from BDC’s Newcomer Entrepreneur Success team, and Clarinda Andes from RBC’s Business Accounts team walked participants through the steps needed to start a new business in Canada.
Key topics in the webinar:
- Getting started on your business plan
- How to finance your business
- Resources and programs available for newcomers
- Tips and recommendations for setting up for business
Watch the webinar to learn more!
- Newcomer Entrepreneurs: How to Set Goals For Your Business Plan
- Top 4 Tips for Newcomer Entrepreneurs in Canada
- For information on securing government grants or funding, check this webpage by BDC.
- Find business plan templates and other helpful tools and resources here.
Arrive is powered by RBC Ventures Inc, a subsidiary of Royal Bank of Canada. In collaboration with RBC, Arrive is dedicated to helping newcomers achieve their life, career, and financial goals in Canada.
An important part of establishing your financial life in Canada is finding the right partner to invest in your financial success. RBC is the largest bank in Canada* and here to be your partner in all of your financial needs.
RBC supports Arrive, and with a 150-year commitment to newcomer success in Canada, RBC goes the extra mile in support and funding to ensure that the Arrive newcomer platform is FREE to all. Working with RBC, Arrive can help you get your financial life in Canada started – right now.
Learn about your banking options in Canada and be prepared.
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