Innovative technology startups in Ontario can access entrepreneurship resources and funding through 17 support centres across the province.
Even in Canada, where feminism and the fight for equal rights have come a long way, women entrepreneurs continue to face unique challenges when starting their own businesses.
Are you an entrepreneur in Nova Scotia seeking funding? Futurpreneur was recently awarded a $600K top-up from the NS government.
This article will look at the basics of government funding in Canada, what opportunities are available for start-ups, and next steps.
The search for funding options, free resources, and customized mentorship should be a vital focus for entrepreneurs wishing to break through the glass ceiling that prevents many Canadian startup businesses from reaching great heights.
Business incubators are organizations and programs that provide entrepreneurs and start-ups access to mentorship, investors, and resources.
Startups and small businesses can access up to $1M in business expansion funding. Learn if you qualify for the Canada Small Business Financing Program.
The Ontario Creates IDM Fund: Futures Forward program provides startup workshops for those in the tech sector, including video games, interactive media, and more.
Canadian female and non-binary entrepreneurs are now eligible for the WEOC National Loan Program to help scale their businesses.
Up to $30K in fund matching is available for Southern Ontario startups via the i.d.e.a. fund for green growth.