The CDMN Soft Landing Program helps startups and early-stage technology businesses gain exposure to business opportunities outside of Canada. While not as robust as some other export grants available, it can be a vital source of funding for companies needing the capital to reach new international markets. The CDMN Soft
Today, businesses that create new products and services are encouraged to think outside of their domestic market and determine ways to operate globally. If not, another business with a similar product offering or idea will be looking to capture your company’s market. Tapping into international markets can pose as a
The Canadian Digital Media Network’s CDMN Soft Landing program allows startups and small and mid-sized businesses to access new markets, collaborate with international partners, and improve global sales at reduced cost.
Eligible export expansion initiatives may receive up to $4,000 in reimbursable expenses for projects lasting up to three months. CDMN
As a technology startup or small business, it can often be difficult to consider your growth potential outside of your current Canadian market. Tech companies have reason to look outside of Canada though. In the artificial intelligence field alone, global investments have risen by over seven times from their 2010
The Government of Canada offers a range of export-focused funding programs to support small businesses who are poised for international growth. Recently, the federal government announced more support for export market development activities, including renewed support for the trade commissioner services.
Trade Commissioner Service – Export Market Development Services
Prime Minister Harper
The Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN) is offering funding of up to $4,000 to help mature start-ups and small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to access business opportunities around the world. As of August 1, 2014 the Soft-Landing Program is again accepting applications. Canadian companies can enter new markets and gain
Canada 3.0 is an annual conference presented by Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN). We are getting closer to the event, held on May 14th and 15th, while exciting announcements from CDMN on its lineup continue to be released on an almost daily basis.
Canadian government funding on the agenda at Canada