While Round 1 Recipients are successfully working on their projects, we are thrilled to announce the eight new Round 2 Recipients of Innovation Guelph’s Fuel Injection Seed Funding Program*! * Fuel Injection is IG’s first seed funding program – providing grants for both start-ups and SMEs throughout [...]
On behalf of our mentors and client services team, we are thrilled to announce the first cohort of Innovation Guelph’s Fuel Injection Seed Funding Program! Fuel Injection is our first program that provides seed funds for both start-ups and SMEs. Eighteen companies were chosen to receive the [...]
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Innovation Guelph launches Fuel Injection seed funding program for start-ups and SMEs with support from FedDev Ontario
Release Date March 1st – Guelph Start-ups and small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from across southern Ontario will benefit from seed funding awarded through Innovation Guelph’s new Fuel Injection program, delivered in partnership with Bioenterprise Corporation, with financial support provided by the Federal Economic Development Agency for [...]
We're excited to be the first Guelph-based project to achieve full funding through a crowdfunding platform, and grateful to everyone who supported the campaign.
The mobile solutions company is one of only 20 companies selected for the program from 105 applicants from across Ontario.
The grant will help to enable the continuation of the Women’s Economic Advancement (WEA) Project, which supports women entrepreneurs in the Guelph and Wellington County.
Our partners at the Business Acceleration Program are launching a new funding program called Embark Funding to help Ontario-based tech companies hire a young professional. The deadline is October 15!
Innovation Guelph has teamed up with CBaSE at the University of Guelph to create a unique pitch competition where youth-led, Guelph-based companies can win cash for their startup. Learn how you can compete!
Project aims to improve services to assist women entrepreneurs and identify the needs and gaps of local women with respect to business ownership and entrepreneurship.