News: Entrepreneurs eye friendly foreign markets

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Entrepreneurs eye friendly foreign markets

A number of Indian startups are turning to newer geographies to tap favorable policies and untapped markets. They are taking advantage of special visas, government incentives, and networking facilities in markets such as Chile, Canada, and the United Kingdom. In Chile, about 6% of the start-up programmes are from Indian entrepreneurs. Canada launched its Start-Up visa in April this year, to encourage entrepreneurs to set up base in Canada.

A number of Indian startups are turning to newer geographies to tap favorable policies and untapped markets. They are taking advantage of special visas, government incentives, and networking facilities in markets such as Chile, Canada, and the United Kingdom. In Chile, about 6% of the start-up programmes are from Indian entrepreneurs. Canada launched its Start-Up visa in April this year, to encourage entrepreneurs to set up base in Canada.

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