Get government funding for your technology-related business – SR&ED seminar

SRED Unlimited and RBC Steeles && Dufferin branch are hosting a SR&ED seminar on October 13, 2010. The event starts at 6pm. Admission is free.

Come learn about SR&ED (Scientific Research & Experimental Development), an incentive program by the Canadian government that refunds companies involved in Research and Development (R&D).

If your company is dealing with technology, or at least has production environment, there is a good probability that you are entitled to some refund of your R&D expenses. Come to our seminar to find out.

Keywords: Government funding, technology, startups, small and medium business, tax refund, software, hardware, telecom, printing, mechanical engineering, food technology, biotech, free, event

Intended For: Companies that spend money on creating or modifying products or processes through experimenting. Any company that deals with technology (software and hardware development, machinery, printing etc., even food technology and biotech) may qualify for SRED.

Register on LinkedIn or Facebook.

Free seminars for small businesses that want to become suppliers for the federal government

OSME – Ontario Region offers the following supplier seminars to individuals and groups. Seminars include the fundamentals of selling goods and services to the Government of Canada.

  • How to do business with the federal government:
    This seminar provides information on how to market to the federal government, how the government does its buying, and how to keep track of opportunities to bid on Canadian government purchases.
  • Understanding the procurement process and responding to bids:
    This seminar provides advice and guidance in preparing a proposal. Gain a better knowledge and understanding of what is in a Request for Proposal (RFP), how bids are evaluated and how you should respond to a RFP.