MPNP Business Intent - 曼省省提名商业移民商业计划书 - 飞出国
需要提供Summary of Business Intent的原因主要有以下3点：
1.一个合理的Business Intent，表明申请人已经彻底的想清楚，并且想出了一个在曼省经营企业的商业计划，这个计划需要其利用已有的知识和技术。Business Intent需要经过深思熟虑，证明其成功的可行性。
3.为了确定 Deposit Agreement中的条款，根据此协议，申请人可以申请退回保证金。
The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program – Business (MPNP-B) is for individuals with proven business experience, sufficient available capital to invest, and who intend to establish and operate a new or existing business in Manitoba. The Province of Manitoba requires that applicants provide details of the business which they intend to undertake once they land in Manitoba.
The Summary of Business Intent is required for three reasons:
A sound business intent is a good indication that the applicant has thought through the idea and has come up with a business plan to operate in Manitoba that will utilize his/her existing skills. The business intent should contain a well-thought out idea to demonstrate that the business has a reasonable chance of success.
To assess whether the intended business meets the minimum investment requirements and that the applicant will have an active and ongoing role in the management of the business.
To determine the terms and conditions of the Deposit Agreement under which the deposit will be released.
Summary of Business Intent 准备指南 - 飞出国
Summary of Business Intent需包含以下内容：
- 是否有与proposed business idea相关的商业经验；
- 如果没有相关经验，你的知识和技能能否应用到proposed business idea中。
- 与proposed business idea相关的培训；
I. Business Idea/Venture
Describe proposed business idea or venture and include:
- A description of the proposed business idea.
- Products or services that will be provided.
- Market segment business will compete in.
- Who the target customers are.
- The geographic coverage – local, regional or national.
- Identify whether this is a new business start-up or a partial/whole takeover of an existing business.
II. Personal Details
- Education background
- Does your education relate to the proposed business idea?
- Business experience?
- Do you have business experience in the proposed business idea?
- If no relevant experience, can your knowledge or experience be applied to the proposed business idea?
- Qualifications and skills
- Other training or learned skills that are relevant to the proposed business idea.
- Language skills
- Language proficiency
- Language barriers
III. Critical Factors
- Identify government regulations that will be applicable to the proposed business idea such as environmental regulations, health regulations, municipal zoning requirements, and labour rules.
- Are there special insurance requirements?
- Outline any overall anticipated challenges in addition to those identified above.
IV. Market Analysis
- Market size
- What is the size of the market? Is it local, regional, national, or export-oriented?
- Market segment
- Which segment of the market will the proposed business target? For example, the motor vehicle market is made up of many segments: luxury, family, compact, 4WD.
- Market trends
- Is the market growing, contracting, or static? What is the industry forecast?
- Target market and customer profile
- What kind of customers will your proposed business target? Provide demographics data.
- List the existing competitors.
- How will the proposed business compete against competitors?
- How to differentiate product from competitor (can be part of marketing/promotion).
- Marketing and promotion
- What marketing efforts will be required to promote the business and products?
V. Resource Requirements
- Location and distribution
- Will the premise be owned or leased?
- Where will the premise be located?
- Is the planned location close to suppliers, customers, trucking routes?
- Plant and equipment
- What type of equipment will be required? Is there any special equipment?
- Identify suppliers that will supply the raw material or services.
- Is there a contingency plan if a vital supply source fails?
- Distribution Channel
- What channel will be used to distribute products or services–retail, internet, door-to-door?
- Will you be the exclusive distributor, or will you resell to other retailers?
- Professional Advisors
- Do you plan to use outside professional services? Normally accountants and lawyers are required for financial and legal matters.
- Others may include web developers and marketing consultants.
VII. Human Resource Requirements
- Your role
- You must outline your intended role and clearly demonstrate that you will have an active and ongoing day-to-day role in the management of the business.
- Please provide an organization chart.
- Will you employ workers? If so, what are the strategies around finding, hiring and keeping employees?
- Have you taken into consideration federal and provincial regulations around occupational safety and health, as well as labour issues such as wages?
- Will you employ an accountant for payroll issues? If not, are you familiar with requirements for making payroll deductions, such as Income Tax, Employment Insurance (EI) and Canada Pension Plan contributions (CPP)?
VI. Financial Feasibility
- Capital requirements
- How much capital is required to get the business started?
- How much capital is required to keep the business going before break-even occurs?
- Credit requirements
- Will financing be required? How much?
- Source of financing? (Financial institutions? Private investors?)
- Breakdown of investment
- List the total amount of investment.
- List how the investment will be broken down.
- List the amount of personal funds to be invested as well as amount to be financed (borrowed).