Both established and new craft breweries have access to Canadian government funding opportunities to help expand their business beyond local markets.
A Saskatoon company developing market research tools was awarded $1.1M from the Business Scale-up and Productivity (BSP) program.
Key points from Canadian Global Affairs Institute’s report on Trudeau’s policies. What Canadians have seen and may see in the government funding landscape.
BioConnect, an Ontario biometrics company, has received millions of dollars in funding from the Federal Development Agency of Ontario through the agency’s Business Scale-Up & Productivity Program (BSP). The funding will support multiple expansion projects at BioConnect, including commercializing new biometric technology and growing in new export markets.
Founded in 2010,
The Business Scale-up and Productivity (BSP) program provides Canadian government funding to offset the costs of strategic growth and expansion projects. Atlantic Canada businesses can apply for grants and repayable contributions (no-interest loans) to accelerate the adoption of technologies and processes, as well as the development and commercialization of new
Based in Ottawa, ON, Advance Property eXposure Canada Inc. (APX) is a software company that develops mobile technology solutions to address infrastructure requirements in cities. Their CityScape Pre-Incident Planning Software is a mobile solution that creates real-time, easy-to-use interactive pre-incident plans and fire inspections for personnel in emergency services, helping
Daisy Intelligence is a Vaughan, Ontario-based data analytics firm that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to help businesses understand complex problems and make smarter operational decisions. Earlier this year, Daisy was announced as a recipient of the recently launched FedDev Ontario Business Scale-up and Productivity (BSP) program. Daisy will use this
The TechAlliance of Southwestern Ontario’s BURST incubation program supports startups in the medical technology sector that positions London, Ontario as a focal point for life science innovation. BURST has recently received a replenishment of funding which will allow the program to give more local innovators the chance to turn their
Canada’s automotive industry is one of the world’s strongest automotive supply chains. Because of this, Ontario’s vast network of parts manufacturers are exploring opportunities to become more productive, scale operations, and improve worker skills to support technology innovation. Two manufacturing businesses in Windsor, Ontario, Service Mold + Aerospace Inc. and
Communitech, based in Waterloo, Ontario, is a public-private innovation hub that supports tech businesses as they start, grow, and prosper. Their accelerator program, Fierce Founders Accelerator, is intended to provide companies with tools and resources to scale up their business. One of the program’s eligibility criteria is that the company