Businesses in the GTA and York Region interested in discovering Canadian government funding opportunities to grow their business should take note that Mentor Works will be speaking at an upcoming event in Woodbridge, Ontario. This event is specifically for established Canadian manufacturers that do not outsource their production to third parties. There are also specific small business grants and incentives available to help manufacturers export to new regions or expand within their existing international markets.

Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium CanadaSIG Event Agenda

  • 12:45pm: Arrive/Network
  • 1:00pm: Welcome/Introductions
  • 1:15pm: MentorWorks Presentation
  • 2:15pm: Q&A
  • 2:45pm: Plant Tour

Strategic Interest Group (SIG) Innovation Event Details

The Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium (EMC) is holding this Woodbridge event at a local manufacturing business’ facility, which will include the presentation from Mentor Works and a plant tour.

When/Where: Wednesday, April 8, 2015 from 1:00-3:30pm
Where: Decor-Rest Furniture Ltd.: 511 Chrislea Rd., Woodbridge, Ontario
Register for the event here
*Please note that registration is conducted via a quick email to spatterson@emccanada.org.

Other Canadian Government Funding Resources

If you’re not in the Woodbridge area or are not available for the April 8th session, don’t worry; you can register for any of our other small business funding webinars and workshops. We also update our network on funding news and events via LinkedIn, Twitter, and our weekly Canadian government funding e-newsletter.

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For over a decade, Chris Casemore has helped thousands of Canadian businesses grow by helping them access government funding. Chris also partners with clients to develop their marketing plans and leverage technologies such as CRMs and marketing automation tools to scale their business models. Chris draws on his equal passion for marketing (B.Comm Marketing Management) and technology to equip clients with efficient, scalable, and forward-thinking strategic planning approaches. Follow Chris Casemore on Twitter.

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