Did you know that the Canadian government has a specialized program that offers up to $500,000 in funding for innovative solutions?

The Build in Canada Innovation Program (BCIP) managed by the Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) assists Canadian businesses in testing their innovative goods and services before they are commercialized.

On November 14, learn how you can navigate the BCIP application, get help to bring your innovation to market and access up to $500,000 in government funding.

Together with P. Sivaraj, regional director for the OSME, you’ll also learn how to meet the requirements and definitions for the BCIP application, submit your proposal to the open call for proposals or to a specific departmental challenge, and improve the likelihood of receiving a testing contract with the government.

If your startup is looking to access government funding, meet a direct government need or collaborate, then this event is for you!


About P. Sivaraj

P. Sivaraj is the regional director for the Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME), Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) in Ontario Region.

OSME within Public Services and Procurement Canada supports the Government of Canada’s commitment to a procurement system open to small and medium and regionally based businesses.

The Regional Director, provides the leadership to support all OSME functions in the region in order to maintain and advance the mandate of the Office in achieving the objectives of the Government of Canada and the priorities of PSPC across all Business Lines.

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