Actions and Detail Panel
How to Fund Business Growth- Startup Grants and Incentives
Mon, 10 April 2017, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EDT
RIC Centre is hosting a "How to Fund Your Business" seminar on "Grants and Incentives" as part of our Expert Speaker Series.
The Government of Canada offers grants and incentive programs to encourage growth, research, development and technology demonstration in Canada. So what is out there for your business? A 2014 report identified over $7 billion allocated on 60 major federal programs spread across 17 different departments. Now there are even more incentives! Whatever the business, come learn how you can identify the right program and secure funding.
This event will also be an amazing networking opportunity, don't miss out! Register now!
Date: Monday, April 10, 2017
Time: 12:00PM - 1:30AM
Venue: Xerox Research Centre of Canada (Pake Auditorium)
Address: 2660 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON L5K 2L1
Richard Burdeniuk, Senior Manager of Advisory Services for the Technology, Software, and Life Sciences sector at BDO Canada LLP
Richard leads the GTA’s technology, media & life sciences team in BDO’s Advisory Services Practice. He specializes in government incentive programs, particularly tax credits to fund growth and innovation.
Richard has spent 12 years traveling across Canada helping companies reconcile their work with the government’s expectations. The Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) program is one of the more controversial CRA programs and he has participated in CRA policy development, and managed CRA relations in hundreds of CRA reviews. His experience in private sector entrepreneurship and R&D helps him appreciate an owner operator’s bottom line while also applying the scientific know-how within the conventions accountants and lawyers require.
As an entrepreneur, Richard developed software technologies for distributed computation, image recognition, and Geographic Information Systems. He has worked with Boeing, Berkshire Hathaway Companies, garage.com, and The Ontario Geological Survey.
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