The Canadian federal or provincial governments offer numerous programs that support Canadian companies with projects aimed at growing international partnerships and increasing exports.
Canada was recently ranked as the top country for SMEs due to its low level of red tape, favourable tax policies, good financing conditions, and low competition.
Is your business interested in exporting products and services? Here are some funding opportunities for Canadians offered by international organizations.
Business incubators are organizations and programs that provide entrepreneurs and start-ups access to mentorship, investors, and resources to help them get established.
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The Canadian Technology Accelerator (CTA) program helps Canadian technology firms scale up by connecting them to international support and opportunities.
One woman-led cleantech venture will receive $1M in funding from MaRS Discovery District to advance and commercialize their technology. Find out more about the finalists.
Both established and new craft breweries have access to Canadian government funding opportunities to help expand their business beyond local markets.
A $710K project in Leamington, Ontario will receive federal government subsidies through the Canadian Experiences Fund (CEF).