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Posted on Jun 10, 2016 in Migration News, Press Releases |

Top 10 Business Destinations Worldwide

The leading top 3 destinations are Singapore (1), Israel (2), Australia (3). In top 20 are also countries like Canada (9), USA (12), New Zealand (13), China (14). This report combines 22 indicators across 5 growth areas – business, financial, labour, technology, market growth. There are a number of reasons for companies to look at other markets – globalization, new opportunities and more revenue. Key role in that is the digital technology helping to overcome the distances and lower the barriers. The business climate in the given country has a leading role for setting up a company there but the government define how flawless will the entire operation be in terms of regulations and low taxes is not enough to attract new investors. Last couple of years the globalization of business requires dynamic changes, fast decision-making of key personnel and professionals across countries. Government regulations have lowered the barriers for business travelers due to mutual financial and political interests. Business visa regulations are strict but manageable (for more information on business visa requirements visit our website). Operating overseas offers great opportunity for growth on new markets, or lowering the costs using an outsourcing business model. Creating sound business can take a long time and the risk is high so it takes not only one indicator to be measured but entire financial ecosystem. The top places are taken by advanced economies where a new company has all that’s needed – a stable and progressive economy, low business risk, proper regulations and a steady government environment. The Top 10 Countries Singapore Israel Australia Finland Sweden Slovenia Switzerland Norway Canada Taiwan To read the full GDI report for 2015 please click here http://www.grantthornton.co.uk/globalassets/1.-member-firms/global/insights/article-pdfs/2015/gdi2015_report_final_update.pdf To read more about how you can get business visa for the following countries visit our website. Visa FirstMore...

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Posted on Sep 1, 2015 in Migration News, Press Releases |

Changes to visa law could help address skills shortages in Ireland

Businessworld.ie: Changes introduced today by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation (DJEI) regarding the eligibility of certain occupations to apply for work visas, will go some way to addressing skills shortages in the country according to visa experts at www.visafirst.com.  Manager and Migration Expert with www.visafirst.com, Edwina Shanahan, claims that the changes will definitely be seen as a good thing for those sectors that are struggling to fnd qualified staff to fill certain roles. She claims that www.visafirst.com are often contacted by employers based in Ireland who need to look overseas for staff simply because the level of technical expertise in certain occupations is not available amongst the Irish workforce. In the year to date there have been approximately 4,136 permits issued in Ireland to workers from overseas – predominantly filling posts in the medical and nursing and ‘service industry’. Read full article here: http://www.businessworld.ie Visa FirstMore...

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