Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding

Raising funds for your business can be a challenge. Crowdfunding — collecting financial contributions from many strangers not usually connected to the financial sector — represents an alternative to traditional forms of financing your business dream.

Crowdfunding is usually done over the Internet, for a fee, through crowdfunding platforms and funding portals. Participating in online communities dedicated to this type of fundraising can help you collect donations, offer rewards and take pre-orders. Equity crowdfunding is being considered by some provincial and territorial securities regulators, and could become an option in some regions. Stay informed about what you can and can't do.

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Forgivable Canadian Grants For Businesses

Forgivable Canadian Grants For Businesses

Forgivable Canadian grants for Business

The Government sets aside Billions yearly to inspire the Canadian dream and to enhance the

economy.

We would like to share a few ideas on what is available for Start-up and existing Businesses.

You can apply for a Canadian business grant / government grants for

  • Government grants for small businesses
  • Government business grants
  • Government grants for women
  • Government grants for Entrepreneurs
  • and lot more

We would like to share a few ideas on what is available for Start-up and existing Businesses.

You can apply for a Canadian business grant / government grants for:

 

  • Acquiring Business Real Estate
  • Low income
  • Agriculture
  • Marketing Ideas & Securing Patents
  • Arts
  • Minorities
  • Business
  • Moms
  • Buying
  • Music
  • Capital Investment
  • Non Profits
  • Children
  • Nursing
  • Disable
  • Real Estate
  • Education
  • Recruiting Employment
  • Energy
  • Recycle
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Research
  • Environment
  • Research
  • Expenditure Existing Business
  • Schooling
  • Expenditure on Start-up
  • Seniors
  • Films
  • Sponsoring Research and Development
  • Growth Potential
  • Technology
  • Handicap
  • Trucking
  • Hiring someone
  • Unemployed
  • Home Improvement
  • Woman
  • Immigrants
  • Writers
  • Job training
  • Writing a book
  • Kids
  • Youth
  • Legal
  • zoo

Apply for all government grants you may qualify for, including business grants. On a daily basis there is funding and financial assistance awarded to many Business Sectors including: Farming, Manufacturing, Energy, Services, Retail and more.

Government Grants and funding are applied on a case by case basis. When all funds are exhausted, then you will have to wait for the next fiscal period. We strongly recommend that you don’t delay.

 

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Self Employment Programs Alberta

Self Employment Programs in Alberta

Self Employment in Alberta Is it for me?

Self Employment Programs Alberta

self employment programs alberta

self employment programs alberta

To assist individuals to create jobs for themselves by starting a business. To create additional employment opportunities in the community that might not otherwise be available. The Self Employment Program provides clients with formal instruction in business plan development, one-to-one business counselling, coaching, guidance and follow-up during business plan implementation.

Participants accepted into the program will come with a business idea, the commitment to become an entrepreneur, and their life experience. They will be ready, willing and able to become an entrepreneur.

Eligibility Criteria

Individuals must:

  • Have a viable business idea
  • Be an unemployed Albertan (working less than 20 hours per week)
  • Have employment barriers that may include, but not limited to: low income, language, education and cultural barriers
  • Have sufficient cash or capital, or access to capital to start and operate their business
  • Meet citizen requirements
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Alberta resident for at least 3 months

This program is funded by the Government of Alberta and the Government of Canada.

 

Alberta Human Services – Alberta Works
Telephone: Contact your nearest Alberta Service Centre or Canada-Alberta Service Centre or call the Career Information Hotline at 780-422-4266 in Edmonton
Fax: 780-422-1759
Toll-free (information): 1-800-661-3753 throughout Alberta