Silicon Halton is holding their monthly TGIF Tech event on March 27th, which will focus on Canadian government funding. Established tech firms have a growing number of funding options available to them with more on the way at the beginning of the Canadian government’s fiscal year on April 1, 2015. Whether you are hiring, training, developing a new technology or advancing an existing one, there are small business grants and incentives available to support your strategic initiatives.
Speaker Profile: Bernadeen McLeod, President & Founder of Mentor Works Ltd.
The afternoon event will provide insight to the wide range of small business funding programs for technology and ICT companies. Keep in mind that most programs require the applicant to be an incorporated business, preferably for two or more years, as well as 5+ employees and $500K in annual revenue.
Presentation Description: Canadian Government Funding
Bernadeen McLeod will discuss how small business funding programs help technology firms in the region overcome their growth challenges and improve cash flow planning. Grants and incentives exist for research activities, export expansion, software and hardware investments, hiring new employees, and training your workforce. Bernadeen understands trends in Canadian government funding and financing and has compiled the best tools and resources for finding and leveraging government grant and loan options on both the federal and provincial levels.
Speaker Bio: Bernadeen McLeod
Bernadeen McLeod is the President & Founder of Mentor Works Ltd. She operates her consulting and funding support services business from Cambridge, Ontario with clients across the nation. Bernadeen has 18 years of experience in the corporate space as an executive and general manager in the plastics manufacturing industry. She is dedicated to educating businesses on the types of funding available to support their growth objectives and has helped hundreds of Canadian businesses build and execute their funding strategy to accelerate their growth.
Register Now: TGIF Tech Event in Oakville
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Other Small Business Funding Grants & Loans Events
If your business is outside of the Oakville region or cannot attend the March 27 event, please be sure to sign up for another upcoming Canadian Government Funding webinars and workshops. We offer complimentary workshops and webinars on research grants, training grants, capital equipment funding, food and beverage processor funding, and more. And be sure to follow me on Twitter in order to stay up-to-date on future business funding announcements.