Mentor Works has put together a list of Canadian government funding programs related to COVID-19, as well as other ongoing loan/grant programs for business cash flow.
The Canadian government released a $27 Billion economic support response plan against COVID-19. Mentor Works breaks down what this means for your business.
The Canadian Federal Budget 2018 was released last week to much interest from business leaders and industry analysts. This year, innovation was again a top priority of the federal government, highlighted by the increase in funding support for several research and development funds. Unlike the previous two Liberal budgets, however,
Canada’s technology sector is a cornerstone of the booming knowledge economy. It’s supported by some of the world’s top post-secondary institutions and is also favourably impacted by immigration policies, which see some of the world’s top technology entrepreneurs come to Canada to launch new ideas. At a time where technology’s
Food and beverage processing is Canada’s second largest manufacturing sector, accounting for 17% of the country’s annual manufacturing shipments. With more than 190 countries serving as export destinations for these products, Canadian firms are well positioned for international growth. With foreign demand continuing to increase, businesses should take advantage of
Does your small business have enough financing to implement its next strategic project? Financial constraints often lead to postponed or cancelled projects that would otherwise grow the business; you can’t make money without money. In order for businesses to have the necessary cash flows for their key strategic projects, the
Mentor Works has been hard at work over the last month to help connect small businesses with Canadian government grant funding opportunities. In an ongoing effort to be as accessible to you, we are pleased to offer a variety of small business funding workshops and webinars that provide specific details
As the Spin Master Innovation Fund manages its fifth consecutive round, Futurpreneur Canada and widely known toy company Spin Master Ltd. are collaborating to help startups who have been in operation for under 12 months. Also in association with the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC), the Spin Master Innovation
The Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) and Mentor Works are hosting a free event in Vaughan, Ontario on Wednesday, June 10, 2015 focused on growing your business through export expansion and capital equipment adoption. Financing and cash flow planning are popular topics when it comes to international sales and
The BDC Young Entrepreneur Award contest is presently accepting applications from eligible Canadian entrepreneurs. Applications are open to candidates aged 18-35 in Canada seeking to expand their business through innovation. Applications are now being accepted until March 18, 2015.
Two prizes are available to the contest winners.
Grand Prize: $100,000 towards implementation