Questions about setting your ingress gateway at the edge/proxy to service mesh? IRAP funding could help. Moving data structures to an event-driven architecture? You might want IRAP funding.
If you have a technology product or service solution to commercialize, you are probably the ideal applicant for NRC-IRAP government funding.
This webinar will explore the larger IRAP asks strategy and methods to prepare for its 24-month roll-out. If you are a CTO, Senior Developer, Data Scientist, or Lead Software Engineer, you will not want to miss out on this opportunity to better understand the rich domain of Canadian research and development funding.
Webinar: NRC-IRAP Research & Development Government Funding
On Thursday, May 2, Brenda Cane Blackwell, a Business Development Executive with Mentor Works Ltd., will share her experience to-date in scoping Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) projects. She will also advise on best practices to accelerate strategic business priorities through funded research and development labour costs of both full-time employees and sub-contractors. This webinar will run three times throughout the day to best suit attendee schedules.
Date: Thursday, May 2, 2019
Time: 12:00pm – 12:30pm ET, 5:00pm – 5:30pm ET, and 8:00pm – 8:30pm ET
Location: Online Webinar via GoToWebinar
- Selecting your TOP 3 software development/high-tech projects for funds
- Differentiation of internal technical challenges: What is RISK?
- The 24-month strategy, and how to action it
Brenda Cane Blackwell
Business Development Executive, Mentor Works Ltd.
As a Generalist, Brenda has interfaced the TECH Sector in a portfolio career that spans government Business Systems, to Strategic MIS Analyses, to CEO of Communications and New Media Management. Brenda is the Funding Entrepreneur in Residence for York University’s YSpace.
Devoted to funding solutions for the Canadian TECH Sector, Brenda helps guide the strategic positioning of Canadian SMEs seeking market growth, enterprise digitization, and workforce development. With graduate degrees in Marketing and Business Communications, New Media Management, and Adult Education, she brings a wealth of knowledge to the Mentor Works team. She freely shares her strategic creativity in a space that craves insight and construct.