The government of Canada is providing $4 billion in funding to help small to medium-sized businesses become more digitally evolved.
Access a $15,000 grant to partner with a digital advisor who will guide you through the CDAP program.
Then gain access to a BDC loan of up to $100,000 at 0% interest.
To be part of the program you need revenues of $500K or more in one of the last three fiscal years, and have at least one full time employee.
We will go through the CDAP program application process with you to help you avoid any pitfalls.
We work with you to identify the best opportunities to increase revenues, efficiencies and margins.
Once your plan is approved you will be given access to apply for the 0% loan from the BDC.
Use the money from the BDC to implement your digital adoption plan.
Digital solutions are imperative to remain competitive in almost all industries. Don’t get left behind.
Vice President, Capital Staffing Solutions
Andrea and her team at Dyggz Marketing are phenomenal. Working directly with Andrea I have witnessed her level of professionalism, meticulous attention to detail, creativity, due diligence process, passion, candor and way to pull together details to make the complex, easily comprehensible. It’s is outstanding to say the least. I would recommend her to any company pursuing a partner to assist in the blueprinting or execution of any plan to grow or expand an organization.
Thank you Andrea for working with our team to complete our CDAP plan and marketing plan. We look forward to working with you in the near future!
*Highly Recommend using Andrea and the Dyggz Marketing team*
The $15,000 grant covers 90% of the costs of partnering with a certified digital advisor to build a digital adoption plan (DAP.) Once the plan is completed you will submit it, along with the receipt from your advisor. You will usually see your reimbursement within 48 hours of plan approval. The grant cannot be used for anything else.
You can use the loan to implement your approved digital adoption plan. No proof of expenditures is required but ISED has the right to audit expenditures.