Upcoming Free Speaker Series
April 20th - Speaker, Nanci Corrigan, President of C3inc, will present, "Are your marketing & communications activities getting results? Don't guess, get strategic"!
April 27th - Speaker, Shelley Uvanile Hesch, President, CEO of the Women’s Trucking Federation of Canada. Hear about her journey and the opportunities in the Canadian transportation industry. In collaboration with the Limestone District School Board.
May 18th - Laura Southall, Financial Author will present, "Financial literacy and freedom for women"!
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Upcoming Educational Webinars
Financial Resources, Grants for Your Business
Save the date April 20th, Virtual Presentation
In this presentation, Nanci will walk you through five steps of planning to help you create an efficient marketing and communications strategy that saves time, is easy to track, and is truly aligned with your goals.
Meet Shelley Uvanile Hesch, CEO of the Women’s Trucking Federation of Canada, and hear about her journey and the opportunities in the Canadian transportation industry.
Save the date May 18th, Virtual Presentation
"Trying to understand what to do with your money can seem like a mystery. If you educate yourself, you can make the right decisions for yourself and your family. You can significant
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Does your energy change dramatically during the day? Do you have unpredictable energy for meetings, work and to show up for yourself and your family? Today we talk about hormones, blood sugar, cortisol and much more.
Women Mean Business Professional Network has teamed up with the Limestone District School Board, to help promote the Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) programs. Would your business welcome an eager, hard-working Grade 12 student to volunteer or do a co-op?
Students can do hands on work or administration, and they can even work remotely. All industries are welcome.
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The City of Kingston and Kingston Economic Development Corporation (KEDC) are providing a funding program to support small to medium sized businesses in the City of Kingston that have been negatively affected byCOVID-19. KEDCO will be administering the program with the overall objective to support business recovery and transformation.
All expenses must be incurred between January 1, 2021and October 31, 2021. Final report and proof of payment can be submitted anytime after project completion and no later than November 7, 2021.
Application deadline is April 30, 2021 at 5:00pm.
New funding for small businesses in Canada was announced last week for small businesses through the Regional Relief and Recovery Fund (RRRF), with an increase in maximum support for enterprises from $40,000 to $60,000. The fund is backed by the Government of Canada through FedDev Ontario and is open to non-profit organizations and rural enterprises that were not eligible for other relief measures, as well as those that received other supports but need more backing to weather the second wave. The extra $1 million invested in RRRF is available to new applicants, and also to local businesses that are existing recipients but can now receive tops up of $20,000 in funding, with up to 50% of the additional funds taking the form of grants, and the balance as a 0% interest loan with no fees or charges.
This program is a 13week long entrepreneurship training program with a robust curriculum inclusive of finance, business, marketing, research and wellness content. Facilitators from BDC, RBC, Google, Government of Canada and more will be present to share useful resources and tools for business success.
It’ll run every Tuesday, 6-7:30 pm.
If your business needs financial support to purchase personal protective equipment (PPE), there is government funding available up to $1,000 for small businesses with 2-9 employees in retail, food services and personal service sectors.
Eligible businesses facing financial hard ship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic are now able to access a second CEBA loan of up to $20,000 – on top of the initial $40,000 that was available to small businesses. Half of this additional financing, up to $10,000, will be forgivable if the loan is repaid by December 31, 2022. This means the additional loan effectively increases CEBA loans from the existing $40,000 to$60,000 for eligible businesses, of which a total of $20,000 will be forgiven if the balance of the loan is repaid on time.
As announced in the Fall Economic Statement, the application deadline for CEBA has also been extended to March 31, 2021. To apply, eligible businesses and not-for-profits need to contact the financial institution that provided their initial CEBA loan and provide the appropriate information and documentation.
As part of a partnership between the Government of Canada and the Province of Ontario, Digital Main Street recently announced three new programs to support businesses across Ontario. From $2,500 Digital Transformation Grants to ShopHERE: a program to help you get selling online right away!
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