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Funding & Support Featuring KPMG
June 9 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Entrepreneurs and startups have been at the forefront of accelerating Okanagan and Canada’s digital economy. The pandemic has significantly impacted many startups, altering your growth trajectory and business cycles. While the Canadian governments have released stimulus packages to ease the burden on employers and employees, there are still significant challenges and obstacles to navigate. The good news is that you don’t have to do this alone. Our partner’s at KPMG want to help find solutions that work and support the success of local businesses.
You’ll learn tactics and tips for navigating various funding programs as well as relevant tax credits at your disposal, including a deep dive on SR&ED eligibility and perks. Plus, you’ll see how KPMG can help support your business and help you navigate the entrepreneurial journey.
KPMG combines a multi-disciplinary approach with deep practical industry knowledge to help clients meet challenges and respond to opportunities. They provide Audit, Tax, and Advisory services and industry insight to help organizations manage risk and performance in the dynamic and challenging environments in which they do business.
Meet the Speakers
Jacqueline Gustafson is a Director in KPMG’s Tax Incentives Practice. Jacqueline has more than 18 years of experience advising clients, providing strategic planning to support future tax incentives and ensuring current tax credits are optimized. She specializes in the Technology, Transportation, Manufacturing and Industrial Products sectors.
Geoff Gibbons is a Senior Manager in KPMG’s Vernon office with a focus on Taxation. He has over 8 years of experience with KPMG serving a wide range of clients, large and small, within industries such as: technology, manufacturing, retailing, insurance and transportation.
Interested in connecting with KPMG directly? Open office hours are available regularly through our events calendar.
This event is free to attend and will be hosted virtually to allow for safety and accessibility across the Okanagan Valley.