Best Sources of Funding for Companies in Canada
Learn where you or your clients might be able to earn some government grants or other funding.
"Money, it's a gas. Grab that cash with both hands and make a stash. . ." These lyrics were written by Roger Waters for Pink Floyd's "Money" (Dark Side of the Moon 1973), but couldn't ring truer today. Every starting business needs money, and there are actually a number of excellent sources of funding to start a business, a new product, or a venture.
Join Mike Lee of R&D Partners to learn where you or your clients might be able to earn some government grants or other funding. Mike will outline the types of companies that will typically qualify ("who"), the different sources that are available ("what"), how to find them ("where/when"). Then he dives a little deeper into the best programs out there.
More specifically, topics covered will include:
- What does a "fundable" company look like?
- Different types of funding available: grants, tax credits, loans, angels and venture capital
- Best practices related to identifying, targeting, and securing funding opportunities
- Best tools available to find funding online
- Description of the best funding programs in Canada
- Best grants
- Best tax credits
- How to combine both
This webinar will be of most relevance to accountants and tax practitioners practicing independently or in small to medium firms, and may also be of interest to lawyers or entrepreneurs in growing technology companies.
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