As consumers increasingly move online to shop, it’s essential for small businesses to develop e-commerce capabilities to remain competitive.
The Canada Digital Adoption Program is a $4 billion investment to help small and medium-sized businesses get online with new digital tools.
Grow Your Business Online Grant
As part of the Canada Digital Adoption Program, the Government of Canada has partnered with Small Business BC and Digital Main Street to deliver the Grow Your Business Online grant to small businesses across the country.
Eligible businesses will receive a micro-grant of up to $2,400 to help with costs related to adopting e-commerce, with support provided from a network of E-commerce Advisors.
Learn if Your Business is Eligible
Are you a small business owner looking to adopt or grow your e-commerce operations? See if you’re eligible and apply for the Grow Your Business Online Program.
This is a second stream of the Canadian Digital Adoption Program. If you are a business interested in the Boost Your Business Online grant or a vendor interested in becoming a Stream 2 Digital Advisor, learn more on the Government of Canada website.
Small Business BC is a non-profit resource center for entrepreneurs. No matter what stage of the journey you’re at, we provide the information and guidance you need to succeed. Find more Digital & E-commerce resources on our site.
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