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How Grant Funding Can Help Your Business Survive Inflation

Understanding the Grant Funding Available to Your business


If it feels like your costs have increased exponentially the last few months, you aren’t alone. Running a business is more expensive than ever, with hiring, operations, marketing and materials all taking a big bite out of small business budgets.

As concerning as that sounds, grants are a great way for your business to deal with increasing prices. According to research carried out by Granted, only 35% of Canadian companies have attempted to get grant funding. In fact, many aren’t even aware of the grants available to them. Stephanie Sang, Granted Consulting, is here to change that.

Join our resident ‘Grant Angel’ and learn about the grants available to your small business. You’ll discover how your business can apply for grant funding, and make inflation woes a thing of the past.

What Will I Learn?

  • The benefits of grants vs a loan or other type of funding

  • What activities are covered with a grant

  • Where you can find grants that fit your business

  • How much funding is typically available for small businesses

Presented By

Small Business BC’s webinars are delivered online via Zoom. All webinar participants will receive access to a recording for seven days after the live session. For instructions on how to optimize your Zoom setup, click here.

Session Date & Time
April 18, 2023 at 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
  • Length: 1.5 Hours
  • Language: English
  • Subject: Funding, Business Growth
  • Price: Free
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