SUV Project Roadshow
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Canada's Startup Visa Program and
get an SUV Letter of Support!
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October 17, 7 pm to 8 pm
(Vancouver, Canada time)
Start-Up Visa (SUV)
Bizfield Chinese SUV Project Roadshow
Date and Time:
October 17th, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Canadian time)
October 18th, 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (Beijing time)
(please pay attention to adjust to your time zone)
Investors and Chinese entrepreneurs are welcome to join our start Up Visa entrepreneurial visa project roadshow to learn about three innovative green SUV projects. The founders of the SUV roadshow project will have the opportunity to connect with Chinese angel investors , obtain an angel investment of at least 75,000 Canadian dollars, obtain an angel investment support letter jointly issued by Bizfield and the Canadian Immigration Bureau certification agency, and can recruit co-founders to invest in Canada, start a business and immigrate together. Participants who do not have a startup project can also join a favorite SUV roadshow project and immigrate to Canada as a co-founder with the startup team. Angel investors will have personal conversations with the founders of these projects during roadshows to screen for opportunities to invest in these outstanding entrepreneurial projects.
Main topics include:
Biodegradable bag project
Targets North America/Europe
Canadian million-dollar orders
Job creation in Canada
Carbon emission system
AI-driven satellite analysis
Agricultural futures prediction
AI analyzes satellite data
Software copyright ownership
Strong team collaboration
Foreign entrepreneurs and investors who are interested in the SUV Entrepreneurship Visa program and considering
starting a business and immigrating to Canada.
Founders who have their own entrepreneurial projects and are interested in applying for an SUV Startup Visa and immigrating to Canada
Highlights of the event
The founder gave a speech in Chinese, answered investor inquiries in Chinese, and gained confidence in obtaining investment and SUV support letters from Canadian angel investors!
Elite people who are interested in joining an SUV entrepreneurial project as a co-founder and immigrating.
Angel investors who are interested in supporting and investing in excellent SUV entrepreneurial projects and looking forward to returns on investment.
What is the Start-Up Visa?
The Start-Up Visa, abbreviated as SUV, is an immigration program officially established by Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) on August 1, 2013. It involves the participation of the National Angel Capital Organization (NACO) in Canada and is designed to attract innovative technology and startup companies to Canada through immigration incentives to undertake entrepreneurial projects.
Why participate in Bizfield's Chinese SUV Project Roadshow?
The key to this immigration policy is that your business plan needs to be recognized by government-designated organizations, accompanied by comprehensive due diligence reports, ultimately resulting in a Letter of Support for the immigration application. This support is required before entering the immigration application phase.
Government-designated organizations fall into three categories:
Designated venture capital funds: The applying project must secure at least $200,000 CAD in investment from this fund.
Designated angel investor groups: The applying project must secure at least $75,000 CAD in investment (Bizfield can assist).
Designated business incubators: The applying project must be approved to enter the incubator's incubation program.
As a member institution of the National Angel Capital Organization (NACO), Bizfield possesses extensive knowledge and experience in angel investments. Members of Bizfield Angel Network have the opportunity to invest a minimum of $75,000 CAD in eligible projects, collaborate with the angel investor organizations designated by the Canadian Immigration Department to issue SUV support letters, and complete their entrepreneurial incubation in Canada, ultimately concluding the SUV application process.
Why does Bizfield choose Chinese as the presentation language for the SUV Roadshow?
Immigration authorities require Start-Up Visa applicants to demonstrate a minimum English language proficiency level of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 5, which is equivalent to a 5 on the IELTS scale. We understand that many Chinese entrepreneurs have excellent business projects with globally competitive technology or product innovations. However, their English proficiency might only meet the CLB 5 requirement, allowing for everyday communication but making professional investment pitches and answering investor questions less fluent.
Language is just a communication tool, and we do not want highly innovative and competitive entrepreneurial projects to remain unnoticed due to the founders' English presentation skills. Therefore, Bizfield hosts this Chinese roadshow event with the aim of assisting outstanding Chinese SUV applicants who have met the CLB 5 English requirement but struggle with smooth investor presentations and Q&A sessions. We aim to help them seamlessly connect with angel investors, obtain Bizfield-issued SUV support letters, and successfully apply for Canadian permanent residency!
We look forward to meeting you online on October 17th at 7:00 PM (Beijing Time, 10:00 AM on October 18th) for this informative webinar conducted in Mandarin
If you have an SUV entrepreneurial project and would like to apply for an investment of 75,000 Canadian dollars and a letter of support from an SUV angel investment, please send BP to email@example.com
If you want to find a suitable SUV startup project, join as co-founders and immigrate, please send your personal profile to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are an angel investor and want to join Bizfield Angel Investment Membership, please fill out the membership application form
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Don’t miss your chance to explore Canada’s Startup Visa Program. Register now to secure your spot!
We look forward to meeting you online on October 17th from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm (Vancouver time, Canada) to participate in this informative webinar in Mandarin.