The Canadian Agricultural Partnership is a five-year, $3 billion investment contributed through the federal, provincial, and territorial governments across Canada. It is the primary mechanism used to disburse government agriculture grants and repayable funding contributions to SMEs, non-profits, and other key industry stakeholders.
Canadian agri-food companies should consider tapping into Canadian government funding to offset the costs of their upcoming strategic growth projects.
During the Agriculture and Agri-Food Funding webinar, attendees will explore new and revised programs available through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, including federal and Ontario-specific funds. Webinar participants will be equipped with the information needed to develop a government funding plan. This includes an overview of the top incentives to support strategic projects, eligibility requirements, and resources to optimize the application process.
November 29 Webinar: Agriculture and Agri-Food Government Funding
On November 29, Mentor Works is hosting a Agriculture and Agri-Food Government Funding webinar. This is a complimentary session for Canadian agriculture and agri-food businesses who are interested in learning how to build a government funding plan for their agri-business projects.
Mentor Works’ Alex Barlow will share insight on the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP). CAP is a suite of Canadian government funding programs that support Canada’s agricultural producers, processors, and other organizations with agriculture grants and loans.
Date: Thursday, November 29, 2018
Time: 1:00pm – 1:30pm ET
Location: Online via GoToWebinar
Webinar Takeaways – Find Funding For:
- Business and Export Expansion
- Research and Development
- Large Infrastructure Projects and Capital Investments
- Industry Collaborations and Partnerships
Alex is a Business Development Executive at Mentor Works. As part of this role, she works closely with businesses to develop customized Government Funding Plans. Through this deep understanding of government grants, loans, and tax incentives, she can identify strategies for businesses to maximize cash flow.
The best part of her job is connecting with passionate, forward-thinking business owners to learn about their operations, including their challenges and opportunities for growth.