• CDAP Grant Writing Fees Waived and 1-Year ACC Membership Paid

    Offer Valid: 05/26/2023 - 07/31/2023
    Gustin Quon is headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba and one of only a handful of nationally registered firms helping businesses in Canada apply for federally funded grants, including The Canadian Digital Adoption Program (CDAP).

    If your business qualifies for the grant, Gustin Quon will do the application on your behalf and it only takes 30-minutes to get approved! But wait ... there is more; please read on!

    The Canadian Digital Adoption Program (CDAP) is a technology grant that was originally designed to help small to medium sized businesses set up and implement a digital platform, but with so many companies now already establishing a strong online presence, 90% are applying strictly for the interest free loan and wage subsidy.

    Benefits of the program:
    1. $15,000 technology grant to use towards building out a plan for your digital presence - this could be potential rebuilding your website, search engine optimization, SMO etc.
    2. $50,000 to $100,000 5-year interest free loan. There are ZERO stipulations as to what this money is to be used for.
    3. $7,300 wage subsidy for your next hire.
    4. Easy access to future grants through your own personal GovCan we portal.
    Additional benefits for Assiniboia Chamber members:
    • Fees waived to submit the application through Gustin Quon
    • Assiniboia Chamber membership paid (1-year)
    If you are interested in learning more about the grant or want to apply, please contact Mike any time (details below and attached). Again, there is no cost to apply.

    This Member To Member Deal is promoted by Assiniboia Chamber of Commerce.

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  • Land Acknowledgement
    The Assiniboia Chamber of Commerce acknowledges that we gather on ancestral lands, Treaty One Territory, traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, Lakota and Dene Peoples, and on the National Homeland of the Red River Métis. Our drinking water comes from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, in Treaty Three Territory.