Fredericton is home to an award-winning business-support ecosystem designed to help immigrant entrepreneurs settle, start up, grow and succeed. Here are some of the programs and services available.
A key part of the province’s entrepreneurial support ecosystem, Planet Hatch provides resources for businesses to get started and grow.
As the city’s economic development catalyst agency, Ignite Fredericton offers the support businesses need to start, grow and locate in Fredericton.
Many businesses are members of the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce, which provides a network and supports the business community.
BioNB aids the province’s bio-sector by providing support to early-stage companies, the research community and government stakeholders.
Opportunities NB fuels economic growth by connecting local and global businesses to the range of advantages New Brunswick offers.
The New Brunswick Innovation Foundation supports entrepreneurship in the province through investment in research and innovation.
Are you an entrepreneur looking to immigrate to Fredericton? This capital city offers a variety of immigration steams. Learn more about each program and find out which one is the best fit for you.
Thinking about starting a business or moving your business to Fredericton? Beyond programs and services that we have built specifically for immigrant entrepreneurs, Fredericton is equipped with many useful resources that will help make everything easy for you.
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