NGen Manufacturing Canada will invest $50M to fund projects that can provide positive impacts to healthcare workers and individuals in response to COVID-19.
Mentor Works has ramped up our list of government funding webinars this Spring! Register today and access support for your upcoming strategic growth projects.
Next Generation Manufacturing Cluster Building and Feasibility Study projects are accepting applications for collaborative manufacturing technology projects. Apply today!
Ontario small businesses can access corporate tax relief under the Ontario Job Creation Investment Incentive. Read more about its available offerings.
The Southwestern Ontario Development Fund (SWODF) is set to provide five local manufacturing plants with a collective $2,086,838 in government grants.
Attend the Navigating ERP Implementation + Funding Support webinar on Thursday, Feb 27, 2020 to learn about implementing ERP software and funding programs.
Looking at past innovations in automation and artificial intelligence in order to better understand where we might be headed. Read more.
Understanding your core processes is critical to managing the growth and development of your company. As you grow, you need to be able to understand how your company can take on additional sales (what’s your capacity, do you manage all aspects of production internally, how does the company interact withRead More
Next Generation Manufacturing Canada (NGen) is an industry-led, non-profit organization dedicated to building next generation manufacturing capabilities. It is one of five “superclusters” created from Canada’s Innovation Superclusters Initiative and maintains a pool of funding to award to competitive member-based projects. This pool of funding created the NGen Manufacturing Program,Read More
Next Generation Manufacturing Canada (NGen), one of the Canadian government’s Innovation Superclusters, has approved its first project, a collaborative undertaking with total costs of $4.2M, led by iVexSol Canada (Intelligent Vector Solutions).
NGen will provide $1.89M to develop a new manufacturing process for viral vectors, which are crucial components in the