How to drive productivity and scale growth with government grants
Date: Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Time: 11:00am - 11:30am ET
Location: Online Webinar via GoToWebinar
The North American manufacturing industry is poised for growth in 2020 and beyond. Because of this, Canada's vast supply chain of part manufacturers should explore opportunities to scale operations, become more productive, and improve worker skills to support tech innovation.
Fortunately, government funding programs are available to offset the costs of manufacturing growth projects.
During this Funding to Grow Your Manufacturing Businesses webinar, attendees will learn about specific government grants and funding opportunities to hire and train employees, adopt new technologies, perform cutting-edge research and
development projects, and reach export markets.
Webinar Takeaways - Find Funding For:
- Capital and technology development/adoption
- Large-scale expansion grants and repayable funding programs
- Export development & business expansion activities
- Training and hiring for workforce development
- Research and innovative projects
Funding Webinar Prerequisites
Prerequisites for most Canadian government funding programs:
- Incorporated in Canada for at least 2 years
- Financially stable
- Not a retailer/distributor
- Not a start-up
Alexandra (Alex) Barlow
Business Development Executive, Mentor Works Ltd.
Alex is a Business Development Executive at Mentor Works. As part of this role, she works closely with businesses to develop customized Government Funding Plans. Through this deep understanding of government grants, loans and tax incentives, she can identify a way for businesses to maximize cash flow. The best part of her job is connecting with passionate, forward-thinking business owners to learn about their operations, including their challenges to, and opportunities for, growth.
BONUS: Free Funding Info Sheet for Attendees Only
Gain insight into these opportunity by accessing a free download exclusive to webinar attendees.
*Presentation slides are not shared after the webinar*