On April 7, 2015 Mentor Works and Javelin are co-hosting a complimentary business grants webinar. The event will tackle the most popular Western Canadian government funding grants and loans including purpose, timelines, eligibility, funding amount and coverage. After attending the session presented by Mentor Works’ Founder and President, Bernadeen McLeod, participants will also have an opportunity to follow-up via one-on-one sessions with Mentor Works in order to build their business funding strategy.
Growth and Innovation with Western Canadian Government Funding
The event will focus on the abundance of Canadian government funding that is available to established businesses in Western Canada. The purpose of this business funding grants and loans information session is to inform its attendees on how to align their strategic initiatives with federal and provincial government funding programs.
In taking advantage of these business funding opportunities, Western Canadian businesses will be able to implement the adaptation of new technologies, new market expansion and integration, marketing initiatives, hiring, training, research and development, and expansion projects for large businesses.
Information on Canadian government funding programs available to specific sub-segments and industries will also be covered, including:
- The integration of business funding programs into cash flow planning activities;
- Funding that specifically targets expansion, R&D initiatives, HR, and capital investment activities;
- Using stacking, funding strategy development, and program reimbursement optimization to maximize funding potential;
- Staying up-to-date on future funding releases; and
- How to receive a free business funding assessment.
Western Canada Business Funding Event Details
The complimentary business funding information session will take place on April 7, 2015. Registration preference will be given to business owners.
Business Funding Eligibility
Most Canadian government funding requires the following criteria:
- Incorporated in Canada for at least 2 years;
- Not be a start-up;
- To be able to demonstrate financial stability;
- Not a retailer/distributor; and
- The business must manufacture or conduct R&D in Canada.
Date/Time: Tuesday April 7, 2015 from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM (EDT)
Learn More About Additional Business Funding Event Opportunities
Mentor Works offers workshops and events across Ontario to educate the business community on government grants and funding opportunities available to Canadian small and mid-sized enterprises. If you are unable to attend this event, please visit our Upcoming Business Funding Events page, and subscribe to our Weekly Canadian Government Funding E-Newsletter for regular updates on available business funding programs and events.