Attend a Mentor Works webinar in March 2021 to learn about how government funding programs can help your business succeed.
The Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA) and KPMG Canada have created the 2021 Automotive Cyber Preparedness Report to look at the automotive industry’s status in cybersecurity measures, and to urge the importance and value of continued cyber awareness in modern automotive organizations.
Automotive manufacturing will change drastically over the next 20 years. Explore the automotive technology and materials used for next-gen vehicles.
Led by the APMA, Project Arrow pursues construction of a zero-emissions vehicle to highlight Canada’s innovation in the automotive sector.
The Incentives for Zero-Emissions Vehicle (iZEV) program provides reimbursements up to $5,000 on the purchase/lease of a new battery-electric vehicle or battery-gasoline hybrid.
The future of self-driving cars is in full gear. Via Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Network (AVIN), Canada’s roads can become safer and more affordable.
The Ontario Automotive Modernization Program provides up to $100k in funding for the adoption of Lean Manufacturing processes and Industry 4.0-related technologies.
Ontario automotive manufacturers can access $3,000-$15,000 in government funding to provide work placements to students and recent graduates.
Access up to $3,000-$15,000 in government funding per 10-week to 4-month work placement offered to youth in Ontario. Does your automotive manufacturing business qualify?
The CME Technology Assessment Program supports southern Ontario manufacturers with up to $25,000 to complete a technology assessment. Apply today.