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  1. What are the economic costs and benefits, to UK residents, of the entrepreneur routes? What economic benefit should the admission of overseas entrepreneurs deliver to the UK?

 

  1. Does the current package for overseas entrepreneurs meet the requirements of the UK economy?

 

  1. Should the design of the entrepreneur schemes offer differentiated criteria for different types of businesses?

 

  • The direct benefits resulting from the establishment of their business in the UK – this includes employment, turnover, profit

 

  • In your view, would this entrepreneurial activity have taken place without the involvement of migrants?

 

  • The indirect benefits from wider expenditure by the main migrant and their dependants on goods and services in the

 

  • The indirect benefits to the UK economy in terms of dynamic competition impacts, knowledge spillovers and productivity

 

  • The timeframe over which these benefits may be

 

  • The costs to the UK economy related to the presence of entrepreneurs. For example, does it hamper the ability of UK entrepreneurs to grow businesses, either at the start-up stage or through increased

 

  • What pressures do migrant entrepreneurs put on resources and public services? Is there any evidence to suggest that these differ from the average migrant?

 

  1. Would there be any benefits to the UK economy of incentivising increased entrepreneurial activity in particular sectors? The MAC welcomes supporting evidence in relation to the following factors:

 

  • In which sectors of the UK economy do you think increased entrepreneurial activity would provide most benefit, and why?

 

  • What barriers may hamper foreign entrepreneurs coming to these sectors?

 

  • What incentives would encourage foreign entrepreneurs in such sectors, and why?

 

  • At a practical level, how might a scheme to incentivise entrepreneurial activity in certain sectors operate?

 

 

  • What pressures do migrant entrepreneurs put on resources and public services? Is there any evidence to suggest that these differ from the average migrant?

 

  1. Would there be any benefits to the UK economy of incentivising increased entrepreneurial activity in particular sectors? The MAC welcomes supporting evidence in relation to the following factors:

 

  • In which sectors of the UK economy do you think increased entrepreneurial activity would provide most benefit, and why?

 

  • What barriers may hamper foreign entrepreneurs coming to these sectors?

 

  • What incentives would encourage foreign entrepreneurs in such sectors, and why?

 

  • At a practical level, how might a scheme to incentivise entrepreneurial activity in certain sectors operate?