Canada was recently ranked as the top country for SMEs due to its low level of red tape, favourable tax policies, good financing conditions, and low competition.
Is your business interested in exporting products and services? Here are some funding opportunities for Canadians offered by international organizations.
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.
UPDATE: This program was previously called Going Global Innovation (GGI). The content has been updated to reflect the new CanExport Innovation (CXI) name.
CanExport Innovation (CXI) is a Canadian government funding program that stimulates international technology commercialization partnerships. Through the program, Canadian businesses and academic institutions may offset a portion of costs related
Going Global Innovation (GGI) Canadian government grants for small business program was created and is managed by Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada’s Trade Commissioner Service. GGI’s research and development funding is available to small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) to help stimulate potential R&D partnerships that benefit Canadian innovators and
Going Global Innovation (GGI) was created to support innovative companies who are looking to create new products and technologies for the Canadian marketplace via collaborative R&D partnerships. Global Commerce Support Program provides support for accessing funding sources from Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (DFAIT). The objective is to promote
In an effort to stimulate economic growth in developing countries, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada have created the Investment Cooperation Program (INC) as part of Canada’s Official Development Assistance spending initiative. Depending on the activity, eligible firms can receive 50%-75% of cost-sharing up to $955,000 in Canadian government grants
*Check back with us regularly for updates on this program as we are expecting new funding to be released some time between June and July of 2013.
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (DFAIT) is accepting another round of applications for their Canadian government funding program called Going Global Innovation. Applicants
Canadian businesses interested in expanding into developing countries need to take a close look at the Investment Cooperation Program (INC), offered by Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada. This program is aimed at supporting companies who are investing in emerging markets by assisting with costs related to determining technical feasibility
Dedicated to innovation, science and technology-based companies, Global Commerce Support Program provides support for accessing funding sources from Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (DFAIT). The objective is to promote and enhance Canada’s international innovation efforts by pursuing collaborative opportunities through the development of partnerships in other countries and economies