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Programs that provide businesses with access to capital either in exchange for equity or not


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  • Espresso Capital is a leading venture debt firm focused on the Canadian technology sector. Since 2009, Espresso has funded more than 200 early and growth stage companies across Canada. Espresso’s team of experienced professionals understand the unique financing requirements of technology-based companies and are committed to providing “fast, fairly priced and user-friendly” risk capital to empower clients to [...]
  • Event Lending provides loans up to $1,500 to be used by an entrepreneur to pay vendor admissions, purchase inventory, and cover marketing costs in order to sell/showcase their product or service at an event.
  • Eventi Capital Partners (ECP) is a Toronto-based growth capital investment group, specializing in software-as-a-service, Internet infrastructure services and more recently medical devices. Eventi identifies technology driven operating companies that are in need of both growth capital and greater senior management capability to accelerate their transition from early stage to scalable ventures.
  • Extreme Venture Partners (EVP) is one of Canada’s most successful venture capital funds over the past decade. With its focus on mobile, EVP I (launched in 2007) achieved superior investment returns while helping to launch and help grow more than 20 companies which ultimately lead to over 1000 well paying technology jobs in Canada. Extreme Venture Partners has [...]
  • This program provides fast access to cash, generally up to 90% of invoice value can be financed through a quick (3-5 day) approval process with no long term contracts, hidden fees or minimum monthly volume.
  • J D Factors offers financing of accounts receivable from $ 5,000 to 2 million in monthly credit limits for Canadian and U.S. receivables.
  • FVF ‘s factoring programs improve cash flow and provide credit to companies that may not qualify for a bank line.
  • This program provides extra funding that consists of creating an emergency fund based on the assets of a company’s shareholders.
  • Employment and Social Services works with a variety of organizations to introduce employers to qualified job seekers who are receiving Ontario Works benefits. Financial aid is in the form of a grant.
  • Private equity and advisory firm providing growth capital for Canadian clients with particularly favorable characteristics including proprietary technology with low risk, a proven business model with paying customers, a strong management team and a completed first round of financing.
  • BDC can help finance vital growth initiatives, such as developing new products, launching new products, adding e-commerce to the business and upgrading the marketing and promotion strategy. Financial aid is in the form of a loan.
  • Merchant Advance Capital’s Fixed Solution was designed to be closer to a traditional business loan, ideal for businesses who might not have debit/credit sales or those that prefer a fixed payment, this small business funding program is better than a traditional loan however, in that it accommodates small business owners who prefer a fixed daily repayment schedule [...]