Free December 5 Waterloo Workshop- Government Funding for Start-ups

When funding growth, start-ups should always look towards non-dilutive funding sources to preserve a larger share of control over the company.

One of the main advantages of situating your start-up in Canada is the plethora of federal and provincial funding programs accessible to start-ups that can total over $20 billion each year.

This workshop will address the SR&ED tax credits, non-repayable grants, and interest-free loans available to early-stage companies, as well as how to structure your company and operations to take advantage of multiple funding opportunities.

Topics covered will include:

  • Introduction to non-dilutive government funding
  • SR&ED Tax Credits
  • Government grants and loans
  • Overlap between funding programs
  • Structuring to take advantage of funding

This educational workshop will preceed GTAN|RAW, a monthly event held by the Golden Triangle Angel Network (GTAN), where entrepreneurs that are considering raising funds from Angels and Venture Capitalists have an opportunity to present their pitch to several members of GTAN, who will offer feedback and suggestions.

Event details:

Speaker:
Gerry Fung, CPA CMA, P.Eng.
VP of Business Services at NorthBridge Consultants

Date & Time:
Tuesday, December 5 2017 from
3:00 PM to 5.00 PM  (Just before GTAN|RAW)

Location:
Accelerator Centre
295 Hagey Blvd – 1st Floor, West Entrance
Waterloo, Ontario N2L 6R5
Canada (MAP LINK)

Register Online 

For more information please contact us at 1-519-623-2486  

 

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