In late June 2013, The Ontario government announced the details of their $417 million investment in Growing Forward 2. The 5-year provincial funding programs are complementary to the AgriInnovation and Agri-Marketing programs offered at the Federal level. The Ontario programs aim at improving business and leadership skills, helping small and
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$16K Hiring Grant Funding for Business Recruiting a Recent ICT Graduate
This particular hiring grant, focusing on
Cambridge, Ontario (Marketwire –June 4, 2013).
Since the release of Growing Forward 2, Mentor Works has helped Canadian agriculture and agri-food businesses select and access small business grants and loans programs that fit their unique set of challenges and growth opportunities. Projects that received funding have brought forth more efficient processes
Cambridge, Ontario (Marketwire – March 27, 2013). With the release of the 2013 Federal Budget, SME’s, particularly those in manufacturing or involved in research and development, applauded the announcement as it confirms they will continue to be positioned as a top priority in the plans to strengthen Canada’s economy. Precise
Cambridge, Ontario (February 28, 2013) Canadian manufacturing organizations have embraced workflow and resource management software to eliminate bottlenecks and maximize productivity across their company structure. However, implementing, customizing, and upgrading Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems can be very resource intensive, both in terms of human and financial resources.
SME’s across Canada can
CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO–(Dec. 19, 2012) – Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) recently announced three new Canadian Government funding programs that will come into effect on April 1, 2013 under the funding umbrella Growing Forward 2. The announcement addressed important questions mentioned in our previous article on the potential funding changes in the New
CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO – (Marketwire – Nov 14, 2012)
The Ministry of Economic Development & Innovation (MEDI) has released two new Ontario government grants & loans programs: (1) the Southwestern Ontario Development Fund and (2) the Eastern Ontario Development Fund. The goal of these funding programs are to provide financial assistance and
CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO–(Marketwire – Sept. 12, 2012) :
The Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) is a not-for profit organization that supports the development and demonstration of clean technologies. It helps bridge the financial gap in the innovation chain and allows for the development of new products and services to provide solutions to
Canadian Government Grants for Small Business Collaborative Research and Development Funding Projects
CAMBRIDGE, Ontario, Aug, 22, 2012 :
A common business challenge SMEs face is the lack of capital and resources needed to carry out research and development efforts. When companies collaborate with post-secondary institutions, they are able to carry out their research more efficiently and effectively, allowing access to a critical mass
Canadian SMEs are paramount to Canada’s economic performance as they employ over half the nation’s workforce and make significant contributions to Canada’s GDP. Innovation is critical to the growth of Canadian SMEs, allowing them to create high-value job opportunities and shape a prosperous economic future in any community. With these