The world wants to do business in Canada
Whether they want to grow their own business or look for investment opportunities, companies are choosing Canada because of its strong and positive business environment.
And don’t just take our word for it
In the influential Bloomberg Rankings, “Canada jumped from sixth place to second largely because of the receptivity of its consumers”
‘Best Countries for Business 2014’ (Bloomberg Business)
Forbes also ranks Canada highly. It recently rating it as one of the best countries for business activity, and highlighted:
- its favorable tax conditions and significant reforms
- the security and protection offered to investors
- encouraging and supportive trade conditions
- the ease and freedom of doing business with “minimal red tape”
The World Bank noted that Canada came out of the turmoil of 2008-09 more successfully than most: It was clear that “… the Canadian financial system weathered the recent global financial crisis well”.
It also stated that Canada was the easiest place in the G-7 to start a business.
The report card is in and people are taking notice.
And why wouldn’t they?
Why Invest in Canada?
Consider the added advantages:
- lower business costs
- financial stability
- a skilled workforce
- efficient transport and communication networks
- clean, safe cities
- enviable living standards
Canada offers unmatched opportunities.
The future for business is looking good.
With a record of strong positive growth and unmatched market opportunities, Canada is poised to take full advantage of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). This trade initiative will expand markets in Europe, creating huge advantages for Canadian business and investment opportunities.
And, on its home territory, Canada continues to experience advantages and benefits that flow from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
That means that Canadian investors and business enterprises will have potential access to nearly one half of the world’s goods and services!
There has never been a better time to do business and invest in Canada.