Great news for entrepreneurs and investors – the Liberal opposition party in South Australia has announced that it has secured an agreement with the government to pilot a new 'entrepreneur visa' in the state aimed at increasing business growth and investment. Read on for further details on this proposed business visa...
Innovation and Science Australia (ISA) has just published its eagerly anticipated 2030 Strategic Plan issuing a “clarion call for national action” to place Australia in the “top-tier of innovation nations” by 2030.
ISA’s plan details 30 key recommendations across 5 main areas: education, industry, government, research and development and culture and ambition.
Under its ‘industry’ recommendations the plan asserts that “Australia’s innovation investment and talent can be strengthened by improving access to global talent pools.”
While praising Australia’s “strong track record in skilled immigration,” the plan also recommends refining immigration rules to improve access to specialist skilled talent and attract overseas entrepreneurs. Will the government respond to ISA’s suggestions? What impact could this have on Australia's skilled and business visas? Let’s take a closer look...
Last year, over 700 prospective migrants were nominated in New South Wales to apply for a Business, Innovation and Investment 188 Visa, Business Talent 132 Visa or Investor Retirement 405 Visa – an increase of 103% on the previous year.
If you’re looking for fresh business opportunities, why not consider NSW? This beautiful state is open for business – it’s an unparalleled place to live, work and invest. Read our update on NSW business and skilled migration...
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