Business growth doesn’t just happen – it takes a great deal of work. Growing a small business requires proper planning, cash flow management and funding. Leveraging government small business grants and loans can actually help businesses avoid running into any of these potential obstacles to successful business growth. Here
Mentor Works recently revised our list of the Top 5 Small business grants and loans programs for manufacturers in light of program changes. Among the countless small business grants and loans programs offered both provincially and on a federal level, small and medium-sized businesses in the manufacturing space qualify for
The Graduate Enterprise Internship (GEI) or iSTEM Program is funded by FedDev Ontario and supports the hiring of recent STEM graduates (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics programs).
Qualifying for iSTEM Government Funding for Small Businesses
Companies interested in the iSTEM Ontario small business grants must obtain approval to participate in the program
The Graduate Enterprise Internship (GEI)/iSTEM Program is funded by FedDev Ontario to help support small and medium-sized businesses to hire recent post-secondary graduates of a STEM program –(Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics). There are several Ontario post-secondary institutions that serve as governing bodies for this program. What is unique about The
Since the advent of the information age, there has been an increasingly greater emphasis on the role that human capital plays in the strategic growth planning of small and medium-sized businesses (SME’s) in Canada. As a result Canadian SME’s have looked to leverage Canadian small business grants and loans programs
As many as 20 recent graduates of programs in the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and math) will be hired with the support of Canadian Government funding. Peter Braid, Member of Parliament for Kitchener-Waterloo, on behalf of the Honourable Gary Goodyear, Minister of State for the Parliament for Economic Development
Cambridge, Ontario (February 28, 2013) Canadian manufacturing organizations have embraced workflow and resource management software to eliminate bottlenecks and maximize productivity across their company structure. However, implementing, customizing, and upgrading Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems can be very resource intensive, both in terms of human and financial resources.
SME’s across Canada can
May 2016 Page Update: Please note that many of the following programs have changed or are no longer offered. Businesses are encouraged to use Mentor Works’ free Wage Subsidy Identifier form to be matched to the most appropriate hiring grants.
Small businesses in Canada have a wide variety of Canadian government grants
As we come into a New Year, many small businesses are evaluating their workloads and beginning the process to hire additional staff for their organization. Many are not aware of the various business funding grants available across all industries, for a range of positions from technical, engineering, marketing or even
Small businesses across Canada can attest to the necessity of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system in managing resources, tracking productivity, scheduling workflow, and reporting on all quantifiable data throughout the company.
Whether your company is looking to integrate a new ERP system or upgrade and customize an existing ERP system,