Nova Scotia Incorporation for Non-Canadian Residents
No matter where you are in Nova Scotia, you’re never far from the ocean. With the commercial heart of Halifax on the water, there is no shortage of beautiful beaches and scenic coastal villages. With over 20 universities and college campuses, encompassing world-class research and technology talent, global companies are inventing, developing and producing industry-leading products. Ocean proximity has led this province to take an active role in the ocean economy – a key source of economic growth in food, energy, minerals, health, leisure, and transport.
Throughout Nova Scotia, corporations are the most widely used legal vehicle for operating a business. A Nova Scotia corporation has the same rights and obligations under Canadian and Nova Scotia law as a natural person. Among other things, this means it can acquire assets, go into debt, enter into contracts, sue or be sued, and even be found guilty of committing a crime.
Ecompanies Canada offers fast & easy Nova Scotia incorporation service to Non-Canadian Residents interested in doing business in Nova Scotia Canada. At Ecompanies we help you step-by-step and take care of the entire business registration process from start to finish. Incorporating a business with us is fast, easy and takes just minutes.
Our Nova Scotia Incorporation Service Fees:
Our Nova Scotia Incorporation Service Includes:
Nova Scotia Name Search Report
Nova Scotia Registered Agent Service
Nova Scotia Company Registration Government Fees
ECompanies Canada Professional Service Fees
Nova Scotia Personalized Company ByLaws
Nova Scotia Personalized Company Minute Book
Incorporate Today your New Company in Nova Scotia as a non-Canadian Resident.
Nova Scotia Industry insights
- Nova Scotia’s ocean technology sector is growing at a rapid rate. Home to the largest centre for ocean research, you will find one of the highest concentrations of ocean-related PhDs in the world. Nova Scotia’s ocean technology academic institutions, such as Dalhousie’s Faculty of Physical Oceanography, the Bedford Institute of Oceanography, and the Defence Research and Development Canada Atlantic Laboratory, are supported by a large network of small and medium-sized companies that develop internationally renowned technology.
- Nova Scotia is a tidal energy leader and has a strong cleantech sector due to the Bay of Fundy, which moves over 100 billion tonnes of water each tide – more than all freshwater rivers and streams in the world combined.
- Nova Scotia’s strong gaming community and digital media tax credits are attracting global gaming companies to the region. From Ubisoft, HB Studios and Orpheus interactive, this province boasts a strong cluster of international players and creative talent.
Benefits of Doing Business in Nova Scotia and Canada
- An abundance of seed capital
- Access to a variety of government grants and tax credits
- Access to great technical talent
- A low cost of living
- A favorable exchange rate
- An abundance of entrepreneurial talent