Get Your Products or Services in New Markets with Government Funding
Knowledge Level: Basic
Date: Wednesday, September 28, 2022
Time: 10:00am - 11:00am ET
Location: Online via GoToWebinar
With our new digital landscape, it's never been easier for consumers to purchase products from around the world, and the Canadian government is offering grant and tax incentive incentive programs to help Canadian businesses start exporting their products and services to foreign markets. This webinar will cover
Attendees will learn about specific government funding programs designed to help businesses start exporting to foreign markets, like CanExport, FedNor, and SR&ED.
Business Development Executive, Mentor Works, a Ryan Company
After graduating with a Masters in Forest Conservation from the University of Toronto, Sara moved west to pursue a career in the forestry sector. She spent six years in Prince George, British Columbia in multiple roles from planning and laying logging blocks, managing a $40 million-dollar provincial funding program, and overseeing a small SaaS software company. In her role as Business Development Executive at Mentor Works, Sara leads and supports Canadian businesses in accessing funding and prioritizing innovative projects.
Principal, SR&ED Practice Leader, Ryan
Mr. Douglas is a frequent speaker and writer on the SR&ED program and regularly conducts SR&ED workshops with his clients to provide them with current and relevant information regarding the program. He specializes in providing Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) services in a wide range of technology intensive industries, including oil and gas, manufacturing, software and information technology (IT), medical devices, and pharmaceuticals and is a co-author on the SR&ED chapter in the Canadian Tax Foundation publication Taxation of Private Companies in Canada.
Get Your Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credit
Mentor Works, a Ryan Company now offers CPE credits to all attendees for free! This webinar provides a specialized knowledge CPE credit.
To be eligible for your CPE credit, you must:
- Use your legal name with an eligible business email address;
- Attend the webinar for the full 60 minutes; and
- Answer a minimum of three polls.
You will be emailed your CPE credit one week after the webinar.