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Entry criteria for business investment

Posted on 06/09/16 in Company News, Migration News, Uncategorised, 2 Comments

Given that some State Governments have lessen their entry criteria for investment into the business, we are noticing increased activity in this area of the business. The establishment costs of these clients into Australia have become more affordable and less risky given that in some states more than 50% of the required total net assets transferred to Australia can be used for private settlement such as buying a home, car and etc. and have the respective balance invested into the business. In proposing the BII (business investment and innovation) business model to the state government, it is important to consider the 888 criteria such as the minimum business turnover of $300,000 pa.

Though the Case Officers are not asking for evidence of the field research each application will be stronger if supported with previous visits and business research details.

In addition to the business plan preparation, we are assisting in organising group research tours in all eastern states where we are also providing small business workshops, educating potential business migrants on the requirements regulations and must to have knowledge to operate a successful small business in Australia.

For any other quotation on the Intensive Care or Forensic Service, Group Research Tour and Business Seminars please inquire with us. For inquiries on any of the above please inquire with Vesna on 02 8920 0367 or info@bzmark.com.au.

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