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Funding & Support | Explore Non-Dilutive Funding
17 November 2021 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Nothing is more important to businesses than securing capital for growth. That’s true whether you’re looking for seed capital to get your new business off the ground, or you’re seeking out additional funding to take your established business to the next level – and capital isn’t always easy to find.
Fortunately, there are a number of non-dilutive funding sources (grants, venture-debt, and more) available to help promote the overall success of Canadian companies, particularly those in fast-growing or innovative fields.
In this session, we will cover the different types of non-dilutive funding and which type of funding sources can help you:
- expand to new markets
- cover product development costs
- hire new talents and give your team access to training programs
- and more
Join this session to learn more about non-dilutive funding available that you may be eligible for!
Who Is Boast
Boast.AI maximizes your SR&ED cashback while handling all the paperwork. We gather data from your existing technical and financial systems to help identify, categorize, and time-track eligible projects, leading to larger claims and lower audit risk with less time invested by your team.
Access up to 75% of your accrued SR&ED to fuel your growth. No monthly payments, no personal guarantee.
Anastasia is an experienced startup operator and growth advisor. She currently leads Partnerships at Boast.AI, a fintech platform that democratizes access to tax credits and government incentives.
Prior to Boast.AI, Anastasia worked with 50+ later-stage tech companies to grow and scale at BC Tech as the Director of Strategy and Programs. On average, these companies 3X their growth within 1 year. Earlier in her career, Anastasia was also a founding team member of Farm At Hand, an AgriTech company that was acquired by Telus Agriculture. At Farm At Hand, she spearheaded the company’s organic growth, retention strategy and customer success team.
This session will be hosted virtually to allow for safety and accessibility across the Okanagan Valley.