Canada is supporting an increasing entrepreneurial fervor that is attracting more people to come and try their hand at opening a small business. Immigrants with a business idea and little to no financing should know there are several organizations that offer mentoring and other services that help startups all across Canada, the Toronto Star reported.
“It’s hard to start a business as a newcomer,” Alejandro Monsivais, who came to Canada from Mexico a decade ago and started his food and catering company, Mexicatessen, in 2008, told the Toronto Star. “But I’m not complaining, this is a safe and secure place for business.”
Monsivais turned to ACCESS, a community program offering help to those with ideas and a willingness for training, to help get his business up and running.
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