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  • Goldeye Capital finances SR&ED claims and in certain cases will reimburse companies on an on-going basis for expenses incurred prior to filing.
  • Finalta Capital offers financing to innovative Canadian companies that claim refundable investment tax credits for SRED, eBusiness and multimedia titles. The advantages over loan programs from other financial institutions: Prefunding of expenditures, on the first day of each quarter in anticipation of expenditures, increased liquidity by 50% and alleviated loan management burden, financial close in 15 days. Finalta enables companies [...]
  • SREDLoans are short-term loans that bridge the timing gap between the time the SR&ED return is filed with the CRA and the receipt of the SR&ED refund.
  • The Starter Company Plus Program provides an opportunity for eligible participants to get training, advice and mentoring to help them build a business. The program also provides an opportunity to apply for a grant to help start or grow a business.
  • The Strategic Innovation Fund allocates repayable and non-repayable contributions to firms of all sizes across all of Canada’s industrial and technology sectors. The program has a budget of $1.26 billion over five years. It consolidates and simplifies the Strategic Aerospace and Defence Initiative, Technology Demonstration Program, Automotive Innovation Fund and Automotive Supplier Innovation Program.
  • Summerhill Venture Partners is an early stage venture capital firm focused on select areas within the wireless, digital media, and information technology sectors. They are currently managing a US$175 million fund from their offices in Boston and Toronto.
  • Based in Waterloo, Ontario, Tech Capital Partners manages $95 million in venture capital. Tech Capital provides seed financing, hands-on leadership, market strategy and operational guidance to early-stage technology companies that have the potential to compete at a global level.
  • TechnoCap is a Canadian venture capital fund since 1993. TechnoCap invests in Canadian small businesses in Québec, Ontario and Western Canada. TechnoCap is in the business of starting and building technology companies.
  • BDC offers financing to upgrade or purchase information and communications technology. Financial aid is in the form of a loan.
  • NRC Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) provides financial support to qualified small and medium-sized enterprises in Canada to help them undertake technology innovation.
  • LOOKNorth`s Technology Validation Program (TVP) promotes the deployment of monitoring technologies to provide breakthroughs in the safe and sustainable development of Canada’s Northern natural resources. The program co-funds technology validation projects and is intended as a precursor to long-term implementation of remote sensing and other monitoring technologies in the resource sector; its primary goal is sustained commercialization of [...]
  • With a fixed daily installment schedule that is predictable, this loan puts one in control of their money from start to finish.