It is easy to get lost in the crowd of governmental financing programs.
What are the various accesses to these financing programs? How do they work? Are they intended for you?
Match the strengths of your business to available opportunities. To do this effectively, you need to collect, screen and analyze information about the business environment.
The most important consideration in developing an effective approach to forecasting and planning is not solely depending on the internet to find information, but finding the right information quickly with the most relevant business information resources available.
This webinar will cover:
- how to efficiently gather market information on-line to assist you in developing your business plan and marketing strategy;
- how and where to seek financing;
- how to find information on your competitors to determine the viability of your venture in a designated market;
- how to determine what new information you'll need overtime as your situation and environment changes.
12:00 - 12:45 pm Eastern time | Welcome/Presentation
12:45 - 01:00 pm Eastern time | Questions & Answers
The CEDEC Small Business Support Network is an initiative of the Community Economic Development and Employability Corporation (CEDEC).
CEDEC is funded by the Enabling Fund for Official Language Minority Communities and by the Government of Canada.Webinar participation is FREE, but registration is required.
Once registered, you will receive the access
instructions for webinar participation.
Market Information Agent
Ameyo graduated in Information Sciences at Pantheon Sorbonne University in France. Specialized in scientific and technological intelligence and competitive intelligence, she carried out several missions in companies such as L’Oréal, Total, Johnson&Johnson in France before settling in Quebec. Ressources Entreprises is a non-profit organization offering business information to the entrepreneurs in Eastern Quebec. View Ameyo's LinkedIn profile.
Hari holds a PhD in Engineering Science and has a strong knowledge in technology transfer. He is a Business Development professional with more than 12 years of related experience in academia and industry, focused on supporting innovative SME's and R&D intensive companies in their technology development through research partnerships. Through program delivery and referrals to other funding opportunities and Research and Innovation stakeholders, he has contributed to the long-term sustainability and of many start-ups and SME's in various sectors. View Hari's LinkedIn profile.
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