The Build in Canada Innovation Program is a program offered by the Government of Canada that is open to all Canadian businesses with innovative service offerings or products.
This is the third and final part of the three-part publication on tips on successful proposal writing.
This is the second part of the three-part publication on tips on successful proposal writing.
Over the last two years I was fortunate enough to share with you folks many tips on grant proposal writing… Today, I will give you a snapshot of the key points on what makes a good proposal.
Most of us (I hope) watched Kung Fu Panda and you may remember how the dad of the main character was famous for his bowl of noodles. It was delicious and very popular presumably because of the secret ingredient. Well, at the end of the movie, it turned out there was no secret ingredient.
There are many reasons proposals could fail or funding opportunities are lost. Below are the main reasons proposals fail:
The Health Technologies Fund is a new funding program administered by OCE among other funding programs for Ontario companies, with up to $500,000 available per project.
The Energy Innovation Program (EIP) is part of the Government of Canada’s bid to support clean energy and efficient energy usage, with a maximum of $5M available per project.
The Automotive Supplier Innovation Program (ASIP) is a 5 year, $100M program that provides non-repayable funding to Canadian-based suppliers developing innovative products and/or processes in the automotive sector.
Today we will discuss a new funding program for Ontario small business owners. The Ontario Jobs and Prosperity Fund is a family of funds that includes: The New Economy Stream, The Strategic Partnerships Stream, The Food and Beverage Growth Fund, and Forestry Growth Fund. The Jobs and Prosperity Fund is intended to stimulate a globally competitive business environment in Ontario by providing $2.5B over 10 years.