Mentor Works has listed various funding programs that help businesses temporarily pivot to create PPE, sanitization, or accelerate COVID-19 research projects.
Canadian innovators can access grants and procurement contracts to research and develop solutions for government COVID-19 challenges. Browse ISC’s current challenges.
The Southern Ontario Network for Advanced Manufacturing Innovation enables manufacturers to develop and commercialize new products or processes with funding and support from post-secondary institutions.
To help Canadian manufacturers hit the ground running after COVID-19, Mentor Works has put together a list of various government funding programs.
The Canadian government offers small business grants to support the adoption of CRM and Marketing Automation systems and related training. Are you eligible?
The CME Technology Assessment Program supports southern Ontario manufacturers with up to $25,000 to complete a technology assessment. Apply today.
The Digital Technology Supercluster COVID-19 Program has allocated $60M for projects to improve the health and safety of Canadians during COVID-19.
The provincial government has allocated $50M in funding towards the Ontario Together Fund, which seeks to provide medical grade equipment to healthcare workers.
A Saskatoon company developing market research tools was awarded $1.1M from the Business Scale-up and Productivity (BSP) program.
The Digital Technology Supercluster, based in BC, is one of Canada’s five Innovation Superclusters. Read more about what the program supports.