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How to Access $26 Billion in Canadian Grant Funding

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Tuesday, December 10, 2019

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Of the $26 Billion in Grant Funding Available in Canada, How Much Did You Get?

Entrepreneurs have described grants as “pie in the sky”; they know they’re somewhere, but they can’t seem to access them. The reality is that grants are available to Small and Medium-Sized Businesses and are often industry agnostic.

In this webinar, Stephanie Sang of Granted Consulting and Russ Armstrong of Boast.AI will share how to access grant programs. 

- Why grant planning is necessary

- What you need to have in place to apply successfully

- Top 10 grant mistakes to avoid

- How to find grants that meet your business needs

- Overview of the biggest bang for buck grants

Don't miss out on grants as your business grows... if you aren't tapping in, your competitors are!


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Stephanie Sang, CEO, Granted Consulting

Stephanie Sang is CEO of Granted Consulting and is known as a ‘Grant Angel’ in Western Canada. She is passionate about working with entrepreneurs in all industries and help them develop grant strategies to grow. Since 2011, Granted has supported 700+ clients and generated over $15.5 MM in grant funding at a success rate of 92%. In 2019, she launched GetGranted, an online SaaS tool that matches grants to businesses, provides best practices, tracks grant progress, and is the self-serve grant solution for small businesses in Western Canada.