Tag : International Partnerships

CanExport Innovation: International Technology Project Funding FAQ

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

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After the Vote: What Happens after Voting to Brexit

Great Britain has officially begun the process of exiting the European Union after a highly contentious, and incredibly narrow vote to leave.

There were immediate impacts in international markets – a global sell off of the Pound saw the currency hit its lowest point since 1985. Global markets (including the TSX)

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Canadian Food Exporters: Agri-Business Trade Shows in 2016

Small businesses in Canada’s evolving food and beverage manufacturing industry have new opportunities to grow their business in export markets. Increasing worldwide demand for high-quality Canadian products, in addition to a weakened Canadian dollar, has created additional opportunities for manufacturers to develop international relationships. A popular export expansion strategy is

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College Ontario Network for Industry Innovation (CONII) Small Business Grants

CONII is a small business grants program that receives research and development funding from Ontario’s Ministry of Economic Development.  CONII provides supports industry-driven applied research and commercialization through financial support of research performed in partnership with a membership college.  Full service offerings area also available from needs assessment to execution.

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Ontario-China Research and Innovation Fund (OCRIF)

New rounds of funding proposals are being accepted by the Ministry of Economic Development and Innovation for the Ontario-China Research and Innovation Fund (OCRIF). The upcoming round of government funding for research and development will act as a cost-sharing program and provide up to $500,000 dollars per project. The project

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