Do you want to learn how to get your immigration business up and running quickly?
Building a business can be tough. Learn from our experience in building, maintaining, and expanding a successful immigration company!
Learn from our team of experts in a 13.5-hour seminar, available by video.
We have implemented all of the immigration business lessons we have learned over the last 10 years into this video series.
After completing the videos, you will have a 1-hour private session with a member of our staff to discuss your business goals and how to reach them.
You will also have an individual assessment of your business plan by an expert from our staff. This will be sent to you by email.
Video 1: Building your business foundation. Taught by Lizzeth Ruiz, RCIC.
- Key resources in setting up your business.
- Selecting the right business name and legal structure.
- How to apply for Government programs that will help you establish and grow your business.
- Refining your business plan.
- Choosing a price range for your services.
- Competition and Cooperation.
- Working within the CICC guidelines.
- Banking and Daily Operations.
Video 2: Growing your business. Taught by Kyle Broda, RCIC.
- Referring to the ‘Big Picture’.
- The 3 Rules of successful RCICs.
- Which immigration programs to specialize in and why.
- Understanding the types of clients you want.
- Step by step: making your logo and website.
- Organizing effective marketing.
- Important partnerships.
- Mistakes we made (and how to avoid them).
Video 3: How to get the clients you want and give them the service they want. Taught by Kyle Broda, RCIC.
- Where do I get clients?
- Which niches should I explore in a post-COVID immigration world?
- Challenges (and solutions) for transitioning a paid initial consultation into a paying client (if they qualify).
- Procedure for when you have a potential client who fits your priority area: Closing the deal step by step.
- How an EEP partnership helps keep clients.
- Supercharging your business: The POWER of conferences and webinars.
- Prioritizing, outsourcing, and the ability to work 20 hours per week and not 40-60.
- The home office vs public office debate.
- The broader topic of your business style, growth, and personal priorities.