Grants for February 2017

[Equipment Purchase] 3 questions about SMART Green Program you asked

It’s been a slow start of the new¬ SMART Green Program¬†for purchasing equipment (50% of its cost up to $200,000). It was launched in October 2016, yet the program has not approved any major application. The reason is not only in the complex application process that requires engineering pre-assessment, but also in certain misconceptions about the program. Let me demystify the program in short Q&A below. Get Started

[Get Inspired] Latest Investments in Ontario-based Businesses

Yes, many Canadian companies do get Government financing on a regular basis.¬ Here are some recent examples of those who got Government contributions, including the client we worked with ūüôā¬

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Eastern Ontario Development Fund (EODF)

The Eastern Ontario Development Fund (EODF) supports projects and investments to businesses, municipalities and not-for-profit organizations for economic development in eastern Ontario. The fund supports projects that create jobs, encourage innovation, collaboration and cluster development, attract private sector investment and lead to business growth and broad positive economic impacts.

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[Invitation] SMART Programs Info Sessions (Equipment Funding)

Let me invite you to the information sessions on the SMART Programs that will take place at different locations across Ontario from February to June 2017.

As you may know, the SMART Green Program is open to small- and medium-sized manufacturers throughout Ontario with a minimum of 10 full time employees. To be eligible, the applying facility‚Äôs GHG emissions must be under 25,000 tonnes per year and it must not be participating in or have not opted into Ontario’s Cap & Trade Program. SMART Green provides assistance in the form of non-repayable grants of 50 per cent of eligible costs up to $200,000.

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[New Catalog 2017] Current & Upcoming Government Funding Programs

I won’t be long today. Just decided to provide you with a 2017 version of the Government Funding Catalog including current and upcoming programs and their details. Once you get the catalog, please read and discuss it with your colleagues as you can use some of the funding for your upcoming projects.