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Webinaire : Faites croître votre entreprise grâce au Programme de financement des petites entreprises du Canada.

le 30 Mai 2011 - Balises : Événements, Financement

Istock 000007437277xsmallVous souhaitez lancer une petite entreprise, ou encore agrandir, actualiser ou améliorer une entreprise existante? Alors, le prochain webinaire est pour vous! Il vous expliquera comment faire prospérer votre entreprise grâce au Programme de financement des petites entreprises du Canada.

Ce programme a pour objectif d'accroître la disponibilité des prêts pour les petites entreprises. En partageant les risques avec elles, il encourage les institutions financières à offrir plus de financement. Grâce à ce programme, vous pourriez peut-être obtenir un prêt pouvant aller jusqu'à 500 000 $ pour couvrir 90 % des coûts, en vue :

  • d'acheter ou d'améliorer des terrains ou des biens;
  • d'acheter des améliorations locatives ou d'améliorer une propriété louée;
  • d'acheter de l'équipement neuf ou d'améliorer de l'équipement usagé.

Vous pourriez être admissible à ce programme, si vous exploitez une entreprise à but lucratif au Canada dont les revenus bruts annuels sont inférieurs à cinq millions de dollars. Vous pouvez présenter une demande à n'importe quelle banque, caisse populaire ou coopérative de crédit participante, puisque l'exécution du programme est l'entière responsabilité des institutions financières.

Le webinaire aura lieu le jeudi 16 juin 2011 à 13 h (heure de l'Est) en anglais et à 14 h 30 en français.

Pour en savoir plus sur l'aide que ce programme pourrait vous apporter en tant qu'entrepreneur, inscrivez-vous à notre webinaire en anglai ous en français.

Pour obtenir de plus amples renseignements sur ces webinaires, écrivez-nous à l'adresse électronique SBTBWebinar-DGPETWebinaire@ic.gc.ca.Vous pouvez aussi avoir accès aux webinaires précédents. Cliquez ici pour y accéder.

Vous voulez explorer d'autres options de financement pour les petites entreprises? Alors, consultez notre section Comment obtenir de l'argent pour votre entreprise.

Commentaires

Sir / madam

Have a good day. We are manufacturer and exporter of leather goods. We need list of importers in (CANADA) of leather goods like
Wallet & bags,etc.We will be very thankfull to you. Plz Advice.

Thanks & best regards

 

Par g le 31 Mai 2011

Canadian Company Capabilities (CCC) is a database that can help you find and connect with Canadian companies with international import/export experience. CCC includes hundreds of specialized manufacturing, service, and product-specific business directories that you can search to find potential business partners.

Best of luck with your business.

Par Entreprises Canada le 31 Mai 2011

Dear Sir/Madam

I would like to start a new coin operated laundry business. I would like to obtain the fund from Canada Small Business Financing Program for this business. How and where can I find more details in person and what are the steps involved to apply for it.

Sincerely,

Roveydah

Par Roveydah le 2 Juin 2011

Hi,

Is there funding for a Biz Plan ?

Par Ronney Young le 4 Juin 2011

Hello JAs,

A good place to begin is the Starting a Business section of our site

Par Entreprises Canada le 7 Juin 2011

Great thinking! That really breaks the mold!

Par Lyzbeth le 9 Juin 2011

Hello Roveydah,

The Canada Small Business Financing Program is delivered by financial institutions (lenders) on behalf of Industry Canada. In order to obtain a loan you must present your business proposal directly to a financial institution (most banks

Par Entreprises Canada le 10 Juin 2011

I want to enter into a cleaning business that i can concentrate in commercial cleaning..and how to go into bidding contracts…please help…thanks

Par mika le 22 Juin 2011

Hello Mika,

Have you looked at our section on Selling to the federal government? It has a lot of information on how to bid for government tenders, write proposals and promote your goods and services.

Public Works and Government Services Canada has instructions on the bidding process and how to Bid on Opportunities. You can contact the InfoLine toll-free at 1-800-811-1148 (TTY 1-800-926-9105). The Contact us page has a variety of email addresses for more specific questions.

For more information on starting a business in Canada, contact the Canada Business service centre in your province or territory or call toll free 1-888-576-4444 (TTY 1-800-457-8466).

Best of luck with your cleaning business.

Par Entreprises Canada le 23 Juin 2011

Hi,

I would like to start a trucking business and need some information for that. I don’t have a AZ license, which I want to get one. I will hire a driver in the beginning and go with him everywhere. Later I can share driving on the long routes.
I want to find out if there is any grant available to purchase a new truck to start with?

Thank you.
best regards.
Samuel

Par Samuel le 6 Juillet 2011

Hello Samuel,

There are a number of resources you can look into for financing for a trucking business.

Our Grants and Finances section is an excellent place to start your search. Within this section, you can view or search financing programs offered by governments by selecting parameters such as your industry, your location, your demographic group and/or the reason you are looking for financing. The section also links to some community-based and private sector financing resources.

Our Steps to growth capital guide is designed to help you develop the plan, the materials and the confidence to go after equity financing. Keep in mind that most lenders will want to see a well-prepared business plan before providing financial assistance. Consult our Business Planning section for more information on how to capture the essence of your business.

If you are still having difficulty finding business financing that is right for you, feel free to contact the Canada Business service centre in your region for further assistance. Good luck getting your trucking business off the ground.

Par Entreprises Canada le 7 Juillet 2011

Hi
i have a welding busness and we wanted to expand to buying/renting a store to show people our product is there any kind of grand for us?

Par Andreas le 2 Août 2011

Hello Andreas,

A good place to begin your search is our Grants and Finances section.

You can view or search financing programs offered by governments by selecting parameters such as your industry, your location, your demographic group and/or the reason you are looking for financing. The section also links to some community-based and private sector financing resources.

You can also contact the Canada Business service centre in your region for further assistance.

Par Entreprises Canada le 4 Août 2011

Hi
Im looking at buying an existing retail business
is there grant or other financial help i can get and where can i find the info
Thanks

Par Luc le 13 Septembre 2011

Hello Luc,

There are a number of resources you can look into for financing.

Our Grants and Finances section is an excellent place to start your search. Within this section, you can view or search financing programs offered by governments by selecting parameters such as your industry, your location, your demographic group and/or the reason you are looking for financing. The section also links to some community-based and private sector financing resources.

If you are still having difficulty finding business financing that is right for you, feel free to contact the Canada Business service centre in your region for further assistance.

Good luck!

Par Entreprises Canada le 13 Septembre 2011

I would like to expand my covered rv storage business and need some grant money to do so.

Par frank le 26 Octobre 2011

Hello Frank,

There are a number of resources you can look into for financing for your covered RV storage business. You might want to start with our Grants and Finances section. Here you can view or search financing programs offered by governments by selecting parameters such as your industry, your location, your demographic group and/or the reason you are looking for financing. The section also links to some community-based and private sector financing resources.

Our Steps to growth capital guide is designed to help you develop the plan and the materials you need to go after equity financing. Keep in mind that most lenders will want to see a well-prepared business plan in advance of providing financial assistance.

If you are still having difficulty finding business financing that is right for you, contact the Canada Business service centre in your region for further assistance.

Best of luck with your expansion.

Par Entreprises Canada le 27 Octobre 2011

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