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Webinar: New Budget, New Opportunities – Federal and Provincial Grant Funding Opportunities for 2021

We would like to thank all of you for joining us at the New Budget, New Opportunities – Federal and Provincial Grant Funding Opportunities for 2021 webinar. It was an absolute success and we hope you got a chance to join us live.

In case you missed it or would like to watch it again, we have a recording of the webinar available now.

Additionally, we have the presentation deck for your refence available here: New Budget, New Opportunities – Federal and Provincial Grant Funding Opportunities for 2021

The information is valid as of April 29, 2021.

Need help with government funding programs and don’t know where to start or how to prepare an application?

Fill out Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to find out.

Webinar: Creating and Funding Robust IT Processes

We would like to thank all of you for joining us at the “Creating and Funding Robust IT Processes webinar. It was an absolute success and we hope you got a chance to join us live.

In case you missed it or would like to watch it again, we have a recording of the webinar available now.

Additionally, we have the presentation deck for your refence available here: Creating and Funding Robust IT Processes

The information is valid as of April 22, 2021.

Need help with government funding programs and don’t know where to start or how to prepare an application?

Fill out Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to find out.

 

What is in Federal 2021 budget for you?

Yesterday, the Federal Government released its 2021 fiscal year budget. I took the time to go through it and happy to share the following highlights regarding the funding for businesses.

Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy and Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy will be extended to September 25, 2021. Only employers with a decline in revenues of more than 10% would be eligible for the wage subsidy as of June 6, 2021.

At the same time, the new Canada Recovery Hiring Program for eligible employers that continue to experience declines in revenues relative to before the pandemic will supplement and later replace the emergency wage subsidy. This support will be available from June 6 to November 20, 2021.

The application deadline for similar support under the Regional Relief and Recovery Fund is extended until June 30, 2021.

Multiple hiring grants are introduced or replenished to help businesses hire youth workforce, including:

  • Student Work Placement Program
  • Youth Employment and Skills Strategy
  • Sectoral Workforce Solutions Program

A new Canada Digital Adoption Program will be introduced to support small manufacturers and food processors in implementing digital technologies. The support will provide grants for technology selection and planning and no-interest loans for technology acquisition and implementation. The loans will be provided by BDC.

Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) gets additional funds. This program is known for long delays, and hopefully, the boost will provide opportunities for more businesses to apply.

The maximum amount of government-guaranteed loans through the Canadian Small Business Financing Program will be increased to $500K.

The aerospace industry will get a boost through the Aerospace Regional Recovery Initiative, which would support small and medium-sized firms in improving productivity, strengthening commercialization, and greening their operations and products. The government will provide the details within the next few months.

Business Scale-Up & ProductivityStrategic Innovation Fund and Supercluster Funding will be continued through this fiscal year.

CanExport program that supports Canadian businesses marketing outside the country will also be continued.

More funding and tax incentives will be provided for clean technology and climate change technologies adoption. However, it appears that Climate Action Incentive Fund for businesses will not be renewed. The farmers will get more climate change-related incentives.

We have not seen any specific funding programs for manufacturers to improve productivity, purchase new equipment or introduce hardware, software or industry 4.0 solutions, so we will keep monitoring the announcements from the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters.

We are also unclear about the Federal-Provincial programs such as Job Grants for skills training and the Canadian Agricultural Partnership. We will provide you with more updates as more information becomes available.

[Webinar Invitation] New Budget, New Opportunities – Federal and Provincial Grant Funding Opportunities for 2021

Against the unprecedented challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, Federal and Provincial Governments face the daunting task of rebuilding their economies.
They are using a slew of new and returning grants and low/zero interest loans as part of their arsenals for growth, creating opportunities for business of all sizes to retool or get started.
Principal of Fair Grant Writing, Igor Chigrin examines these programs and provides valuable tips on how to leverage them for your business and your clients.

Date and Time: Thursday, Apr 29, 2021 12:00 PM EST

Seminar Speaker: Igor Chigrin – Business Funding Expert

Click here to find out more about grants in Canada

 

Can’t Attend the Webinar?

Find out what government grants are available for your business now by filling out eligibility check form at https://www.fairgrantwriting.ca/eligibility.

Accelerating Manufacturing Scale-Up Grant Program

Amount: between $50,000 up to a maximum of $250,000 to eligible businesses or up to a maximum of $500,000 to eligible groups in collaboration.

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[Webinar Invitation] Creating and Funding Robust IT Processes

Information Technology has become the central nervous system for modern businesses. Modern business is dependent on the flexibility and integration of their technology. When growth demands new systems, upgrading requires a prudent mix of wisdom and financing.

Many companies find themselves poised for growth but held back by outdated and inflexible IT systems. These systems are typically cumbersome to maintain and don’t give staff the accurate and real-time information they need to make timely decisions for the business. Time that could be spent in pursuing growth is wasted on endless data entry and validation of data. Thus, revitalizing core IT systems can significantly enable growth and improve employee morale.

IT systems typically span the entire organization, and as such, need to be transformed through a cross-functional approach and inter-departmental collaboration. While IT vendors will promote their individual solutions, Building Perspective’s experience and technology-agnostic processes can help ensure the right “technology-to-process” fit for your organization. Your staff will thank you for providing them with IT solutions that make them more productive, all without breaking the bank.

As a strategic investment in a company’s future any IT changes need to be properly financed, not only to achieve the project objectives, but to have sufficient reserves in case of the unexpected. While any major project must be approached with financial prudence, grant financing can allow a greater margin for unexpected risks.

With sufficient project planning and the guidance of Fair Grant Writing, government grant funding can be pursued to pay for components of your project while keeping your capital in reserves or to expand the project. With a holistic approach grant funding can facilitate business growth projects beyond IT.

As experts in IT process development and government grant financing, Vani Pasupathy Managing Partner, Building Perspective and Igor Chigrin, Principal, Fair Grant Writing will present a webinar “Creating and Funding Robust IT Processes” on April 22, 2021 at 12:00 pm EDT.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

Stay up to date with our calendar of upcoming webinars in April:

FGW webinar: April 29, 12:00pm – “New Budget, New Opportunities – Federal and Provincial Grant Funding Opportunities for 2021”

Can’t Attend the Webinar?

Find out what government grants are available for your business now by filling out eligibility check form at https://www.fairgrantwriting.ca/eligibility.

What is in Ontario 2021 budget for you?

Yesterday the Ontario government announces a new budget for the 2021 fiscal year (April 1, 2021, to March 31, 2022). As expected, lots of funding is allocated to healthcare and impacted families, but there is a place for provincial funding for businesses. Here are the major highlights.

  • Ontario Small Business Support Grant that provides up to $20K to the most adversely impacted businesses in Ontario is extended. The companies that have already received it may expect another contribution in spring, and they don’t need to apply again. New applicants are welcome.
  • Digital Main Street Program that helps businesses get online is extended.
  • Funding was promised to wineries, cideries and breweries impacted by the pandemic.
  • Regional Opportunities Investment Tax Credit that supports business expansion in Western, Eastern and Northern Ontario is doubled and will reimburse 20% of eligible expenses up to a maximum of $90K.
  • Funding for Northern Ontario Heritage Fund has been extended for two years. The new programs will help increase economic development and promote job creation in all regions of the North.

The question now is what will happen to the other provincial funding programs not listed above? The budget does not have a clear answer, but we can foresee the following.

Need help with applying for government funding programs and don’t know where to start?

Fill out Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to find out.

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

If the pandemic adversely impacts your business, you’ve applied for all available assistance programs, but your business is still struggling financially, you may qualify for two programs:

  • Regional Relief and Recovery Fund – interest-free loan.
  • Highly Affected Sectors Credit Availability Program – 4% fixed loan, guaranteed by the government

Contact us to discuss further.

Webinar: Building the Asset Performance Loop Supported by Government Funding

We would like to thank all of you for joining us at the Building the Asset Performance Loop Supported by Government Funding webinar. It was an absolute success and we hope you got a chance to join us live.

In case you missed it or would like to watch it again, we have a recording of the webinar available now.

Additionally, we have the presentation deck for your refence available here: Grants for APM implementation

The information is valid as of March 18, 2021.

Need help with government funding programs and don’t know where to start or how to prepare an application?

Fill out Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to find out.

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Webinar: The Road to ERP Success Backed by Grant Funding

We would like to thank all of you for joining us at the “The Road to ERP Success Backed by Grant Funding” webinar. It was an absolute success and we hope you got a chance to join us live.

In case you missed it or would like to watch it again, we have a recording of the webinar available now.

Additionally, we have the presentation deck for your refence available here: The Road to ERP Software and Technology Grants

The information is valid as of March 9, 2021.

Need help with government funding programs and don’t know where to start or how to prepare an application?

Fill out Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to find out.

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Canada-Ontario Job Grant may end on March 31st

As we are coming to the end of the government fiscal year 2020, I must inform you that the future of the Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG), a popular skills training incentive for businesses of all industries and sizes, is uncertain.

The program was first launched in fiscal 2014 and was supposed to end in fiscal 2019. However, due to pandemic and budget uncertainty, the program was automatically continued through fiscal 2020. As of today, there is no word from the government whether or not this program will be alive after April 1, 2021.

So, if you, your clients, partners or suppliers need to upgrade the skills of their employees, it is better to act immediately and submit the application. The program provides 50%-83% of the training expenses depending on the size of your business.

Do you have any other questions about Canada-Ontario Job Grant (COJG)? Simply reply to this email to ask your questions.

Need help with government funding programs and don’t know where to start?

Fill out Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to find out.

Stay up to date with our calendar of upcoming webinars in March

You can claim as far as 4 years back with this funding program

A few weeks ago we released information about the customs duty drawback program that helps your business claim Canadian customs duties back if it qualifies. Today I wanted to highlight some nuances and answer the most popular questions about the program.

1. How far back can we claim the refund of the customs duties?

Answer: You can claim customs duties paid as far as 4 years ago if your business qualifies.

2. We paid CBSA when we imported goods to Canada. Why don’t we qualify?

Answer: When you import commercial goods to Canada you always pay GST – 5% of its cost (some exceptions apply). GST is a tax and not a customs duty. So if you import goods and pay no duty, there is nothing the government can refund back to you.

3. Is this program only for large multinationals moving containers of goods around?

Answer: No, the businesses of all sizes and industries anywhere in Canada can apply as long as they meet the program qualification criteria.

Do you have any other questions about the customs duty drawback program? or Need help with government funding programs and don’t know where to start or how to prepare an application?

Fill out Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to find out.

Stay up to date with our calendar of upcoming webinars in March

Webinar: Leverage Grant Funding for Business Survival and Growth in 2021

We would like to thank all of you for joining us at the “Leverage Grant Funding for Business Survival and Growth in 2021” webinar. It was an absolute success and we hope you got a chance to join us live.

In case you missed it or would like to watch it again, we have a recording of the webinar available now.

Additionally, we have the presentation deck for your refence available here: Ontario Government Funding Update – February 2021

The information is valid as of February 25, 2021.

Need help with government funding programs and don’t know where to start or how to prepare an application?

Fill out Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to find out.

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[Webinar Invitation] Building the Asset Performance Loop Supported by Government Funding

We would like to invite you to the upcoming webinar “Building the Asset Performance Loop Supported by Government Funding”.

Strategies and funding to integrate machines, IIOT, and software for efficiency and profitability.

Asset Performance Management (APM) is rapidly evolving to monitor and manage equipment to optimize their performance. It is a critical new frontier for companies seeking Industry 4.0 opportunities for production or services delivery. As a new technology it is filled with opportunity for major successes and failures.

As an independent consultant, Conscious Asset will offer a candid overview of APM strategy and planning steps you can take to maximize your returns. Fair Grant Writing will inform you about Federal and Provincial grant funding programs to support advanced industry technology implementations and training for key personnel.

Topics will include:

  • What is Asset Performance Management (APM)?
  • Benefits of APM
  • Components of an APM system;
  • Condition and Process monitoring, IIOT, AI
  • Setting up an APM system
  • The APM market landscape
  • Grant Funding for APM implementation

Date and Time: Thursday, Mar 18, 2021 12:00 PM EST

Seminar Speakers:

James Reyes-Picknell – President, Director & Principal Consultant at Conscious | Asset

Igor Chigrin – Business Funding Expert

 

Stay up to date with our calendar of upcoming webinars in March

FGW and Pemeco webinar: March 9, 12:00pm – “The Road to ERP Success Backed by Grant Funding”

Can’t Attend the Webinar?

Find out what government grants are available for your business now by filling out eligibility check form at https://www.fairgrantwriting.ca/eligibility.

Webinar: Boost Your Food Safety Process and Profitability with Government Grant Funding

We would like to thank all of you for joining us at the Boost Your Food Safety Process and Profitability with Government Grant Funding webinar. It was an absolute success and we hope you got a chance to join us live.

In case you missed it or would like to watch it again, we have a recording of the webinar available now.

Additionally, we have the presentation deck for your refence available here: Government Funding for Food Safety and Tracebility

The information is valid as of February 23, 2021.

Need help with government funding programs and don’t know where to start or how to prepare an application?

Fill out Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to find out.

Webinar: How to Access Emergency Subsidies Before They Go Away

We would like to thank all of you for joining us at the “How to Access Emergency Subsidies Before They Go Away” webinar. It was an absolute success and we hope you got a chance to join us live.

In case you missed it or would like to watch it again, we have a recording of the webinar available now.

Additionally, we have the presentation deck for your refence available here: How to Access Emergency Subsidies Before They Go Away

The information is valid as of February 16, 2021.

Need help with government funding programs and don’t know where to start or how to prepare an application?

Fill out Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to find out.

[Webinar Invitation] The Road to ERP Success Backed by Grant Funding

We would like to invite you to the upcoming webinar “The Road to ERP Success Backed by Grant Funding”.

Whether your company is large or small, ERP implementations are always more complicated than they appear. Following Pemeco’s proven roadmap with clear milestones you can use a new ERP system to improve productivity, efficiency save money and drive corporate transformation.

With opportunities emerging for agile, adaptable companies a successful ERP implementation can help executives navigate away from disaster and toward success with clear milestones and scope and cost control management systems.

The Canadian and Provincial governments have offered grant funding for companies to support Technology implementation and training to support ERP implementations for eligible companies.

In this webinar, Jonathan Gross (Managing Director Pemeco Consulting) and Igor Chigrin (Principal – Fair Grant Writing) will outline strategies to successfully implement ERP implementation and transformation projects supported by grant funding.

You will learn best-practices to:

  • Design your future state
  • Select the right fitting ERP and other technologies
  • Identify grant funding sources
  • Develop grant funding and application strategies

Date and Time: Tuesday, March 9, 2021, 12:00pm EST

Seminar Speakers:

Jonathan Gross – Managing Director, Pemeco Consulting

Igor Chigrin – Business Funding Expert

Can’t attend the webinar? The recording will be posted on our YouTube channel within a week after the event.

Don’t wait and check eligibility of your company and your project for the government funding now by submitting eligibility check form.

Schedule of the Upcoming February Webinars

This year our team decided to centralize our efforts on sharing the knowledge and understanding on how to unlock the right government grants and programs that will support your business.

We will be hosting a consistent number of webinars, where you can learn about what’s new with government funding programs and narrow down the pathway towards the grant that will be right for your company.

Here is the schedule of the upcoming webinars for the month of February:

Do you qualify for other government funding programs and would like to submit your application ASAP?

Fill out Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to get help.

What is Lean? Learn & Get 40% Off Lean Training

This week I would like to share and help you understand the concept of going lean and why it can make a dramatic difference within your company. As with any other new initiative there might be a lot of misconceptions to understanding the approach and strategy behind it. That’s why, I would like to share with you an interview of our partner Bill Neeve from the Cycle Time Management published in Canadian Metal Working magazine. Bill is a lean trainer with many years of experience and success stories of his clients. In this article he shares what lean concept is really based on, why every company needs to consider it and what’s the best way to apply it.

Read the full article here

We have a special offer for those of you who would like to learn more about the lean thinking methodology, adopt and apply its principles within your company. Here is the 40% discount code – F36254 on the online SME Lean Thinking course, brought to you by our friends at Cycle Time Management.

The Demo course is available here.

If the content is right for you, read the course description and enroll here. Add the course to the cart, then apply discount code F36254 at the Checkout.

[Webinar Invitation] Leverage Grant Funding for Business Survival and Growth in 2021

We would like to invite you to the upcoming webinar “Leverage Grant Funding for Business Survival and Growth in 2021”.

Join us in this webinar to discover what funding and subsidies your business may be eligible for, and how to access them. This webinar is tailored for businesses in the manufacturing, food & beverage, and technology industries.‍‍

Following the presentation, there will be an opportunity to ask questions during the Q&A session. You are also welcome to submit questions in advance on the sign-up page: https://www.youraccounting.cloud/events

Date and Time: Thursday, February 25, 2021, 12:00pm EST

Seminar Speaker: Igor Chigrin – Business Funding Expert

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

[Webinar Invitation] Boost Your Food Safety Process and Profitability with Government Grant Funding

Fair Grant Writing and SFPM Consulting are pleased to invite you to join us at this webinar. We will examine tips and best practices to transition from HACCP to GFSI and enhance GFSI compliance.

  • Transitioning from HACCP to GFSI
  • Enhancing GFSI compliance to protect branding and reap the Return on Investment
  • Relationship between food safety program investments and process improvements
  • Grants and funding best practices for food safety planning and investment

Guest speakers:

– Felicia Loo CFS – Food Consultant

– Igor Chigrin- Business Funding Expert

Date and Time: Tuesday, Feb 23, 2021 11:30 AM EST

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Are SR&ED & Customs Duty Refund programs right for you?

You’ve known us for some time as a professional grant writing team but I wanted to make sure you take full advantage of other types of government assistance, such as tax credits and customs duty refund programs.

SR&ED Tax Credit is by far the most popular Canadian government funding program that pays a portion of your labour, material and other expenses incurred for a product or process design, development or improvement. Your business must be a Canadian corporation and experience uncertainties that you overcome to develop or improve the product or process. We’ve teamed up with experienced SR&ED writers to be able to offer SR&ED service to our clients. Learn more about SR&ED Tax Credit and determine your eligibility here.

Customs Duty Drawback is the customs duty refund program. In case if you imported goods and paid customs duty at the Canadian border, and then exported goods made of those imported parts or materials, you may qualify for a refund of the duty. Some conditions apply. Learn more about Customs Duty Drawback and determine your eligibility here.

Do you qualify for other government funding programs and would like to submit your application ASAP?

Fill out Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to get help.

[Webinar Invitation] How to Access Emergency Subsidies Before They Go Away

We would like to invite you to the upcoming webinar “How to Access Emergency Subsidies Before They Go Away”.

Prepare your business for the impending recovery by safeguarding its financial footing now. Federal and provincial programs to support businesses are still available. With the impending end of the financial year and no clear end to pandemic restrictions in sight, you need to access this funding quickly.

This webinar will focus on:

  • Grant financing strategies for a sound recovery foundation
  • Grants available to businesses
  • What grants will be a good fit for different businesses
  • How Fair Grant Writing can help you access them.

Date and Time: Tuesday, Feb 16, 2021, 12:00 pm EST

Seminar Speaker: Igor Chigrin – Business Funding Expert

Ontario Small Business Support Grant

Another very important update for all of small business owners in Ontario.

Ontario Small Business Support Grant is now accepting applications and directed towards helping to cover decreased revenue, expected as a result of the Province-wide Shutdown effective December 26, 2020.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • be required to close or restrict services subject to the Provincewide Shutdown effective 12:01 a.m. on December 26;
  • have fewer than 100 employees at the enterprise level;
  • have experienced a minimum of 20% revenue decline comparing April 2020 to April 2019 revenues. New businesses established since April 2019 are also eligible provided they meet the other eligibility criteria.

Amount:

From $10K to $20K

Do you qualify for Ontario Small Business Support Grant or other government funding programs and would like to submit your application ASAP?

Fill out Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to get help.

Immigration Business Plans Interview

Immigration Business Plans have always been an in-demand topic. Recently, our Business Funding Expert – Igor Chigrin had a pleasure to be interviewed for Grateful Migrant YouTube channel and community (Grateful Migrant Channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGehVnbjkuUrfX6hsETrxJA)

We would like to share the recording of the interview, where you can learn more about the Start-up Visa Business Immigration Program.

The information is valid as of January 6, 2021.

Need help with Business Immigration Programs or other government funding programs and don’t know where to start?

Fill out Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to find out.

Interest-Free Federal Operational Loan – RRRF

The Regional Relief and Recovery Fund (RRRF) is an interest-free loan for businesses and organizations impacted by the pandemic. The main goal of this program is to support operational funding needs and cash flow of businesses.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • An incorporated business, co-operative, partnership or an Indigenous-owned business with 1 to 499 full-time employees;
  • Located in Ontario;
  • Facing funding pressures with fixed operating costs, as a result of the pandemic;
  • Have applied to other Government of Canada relief measures for which they are eligible, as outlined in the program guidelines;
  • Were operational prior to March 15, 2020;
  • Are financially viable;
  • Plan to continue to operate or resume operations; and
  • Have an active business chequing/operating account.

Eligibility Cost:

Liquidity support for fixed operating costs to maintain regular operations where business revenues or cash flows have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Such as:

  • Capital lease payments for existing equipment and machinery;
  • Salaries and benefits*(only if not eligible or supported by other available federal COVID-19 relief measures);
  • Property taxes;
  • Utilities;
  • Bank charges and interest payments;
  • Professional fees;
  • Monthly insurance payments;
  • Rent;
  • Personal protective equipment / safety measures;
  • Cleaning expenses; and
  • One-time stabilization expenditures (including sanitary, distancing measures and/or one-off adaptation costs related to operating in the context of COVID-19).

Amount:

  • Funding of $60,000 or less: Conditionally repayable contribution (interest-free loan)
  • Funding up to $1,000,000: Unconditionally repayable contribution (interest-free loan)

Do you qualify for RRRF or other government funding programs and would like to submit your application ASAP?

Fill out Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to get help.

Canada Summer Jobs Program is Open Now

Canada Summer Jobs Program aims to help all young Canadians develop the skills and gain paid work experience to successfully transition into the labour market. To achieve this goal, the program provides the employers of young Canadians 75% of the provincial minimum wage for each hour each young employee works for the employers between April 26, 2021 and February 26, 2022.

Key eligibility criteria:

  • Private sector company or not-for-profit organization must have 50 or fewer full-time employees;
  • Potential hires must be young people aged 15 to 30 years, students or non-students.

Although it’s a summer program, note that application deadline is January 29, 2021.

Application process for Canada Summer Jobs Program is quite straightforward. However, if you have any questions regarding this or any other government funding programs, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team by replying to this email.

Do you qualify for this and other government funding programs? Fill out the Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to find out.

Energize 2021 with New Energy Funding

Happy New Year! Let’s hope we will see a rapid recovery this year!

I am happy to start this year with sharing the energy funding update. Save on Energy Retrofit program provides incentives for lighting, HVAC and manufacturing equipment upgrade (such as process chillers, compressed air equipment, motors and variable frequency devices) to save energy. Although this program was around for many years, the new rules are effective as of January 4, 2021.

The complete list of new incentives is published here.

To qualify for the program, you need to own or lease the commercial, industrial or agricultural facility and intend to upgrade lighting, HVAC or manufacturing equipment.

Does your business qualify for this or other government funding programs?

Fill out the Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to find out.

Season’s Greetings!

We would like to say a big thank you to all of Clients, Partners and Friends for the many amazing opportunities, successful projects and goals that we were able to achieve this year together!

On behalf of our team, we wanted to share with you the spirit of the holiday season and wish you and your family love, joy and success in the New Year. We also hope you will take time for a well-deserved vacation. Talk to you in 2021!

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Our Holiday Gift to You – 40% Off Lean Training

This year was a difficult one for everyone. However, those whose operations are lean and efficient were in a much better position to survive and thrive during the pandemic. This holiday season, I wanted to give you something that hopefully can help your business next year.

Here is the 40% discount code on the online SME Lean Thinking course, brought to you by our friends at Cycle Time Management – F36254

The Demo course is available here.

If the content is right for you, read the course description and enroll here.

Add the course to the cart, then apply discount code F36254 at the Checkout.

I wish you and your business success in the years to come! Be safe!

Webinar: Transform your Manufacturing Company with ERP Software and Technology Grants

We would like to thank all of you for joining us at the “Transform your Manufacturing Company with ERP Software and Technology Grants” webinar. It was an absolute success and we hope you got a chance to join us live.

In case you missed it or would like to watch it again, we have a recording of the webinar available now.

Additionally, we have the presentation deck for your refence available here: Transform your Manufacturing Company with ERP Software and Technology Grants

The information is valid as of December 3, 2020.

Need help with government funding programs and don’t know where to start or how to prepare an application?

Fill out Eligibility Check form at http://www.fgwinc.ca/eligibility to find out.