New Indigenous Business Navigator Service Available at Indigenous Services Canada

To help make things easier for Indigenous businesses, organizations, and communities, a new service is now available through Indigenous Services Canada: the Indigenous Business Navigator Service.
 

New Indigenous Business Navigator Service Available at Indigenous Services Canada

Mar 1, 2023 | Business Resources, Empowerment, News

To help make things easier for Indigenous businesses, organizations, and communities, a new service is now available through Indigenous Services Canada: the Indigenous Business Navigator Service.

When applying for funding or business supports, connecting to all the programs, funding applications, departments and agencies of the government can be a challenge.

To help make things easier for Indigenous businesses, organizations, and communities, a new service is now available through Indigenous Services Canada: the Indigenous Business Navigator Service.

When applying for funding or business supports, connecting to all the programs, funding applications, departments and agencies of the government can be a challenge.

To get help finding the programs and services you need, please contact navigator@sac-isc.gc.ca.

To help direct our search, please include:

  • your business, community or organization’s name
  • the size of your organization the sector you work in (for instance hospitality, manufacturing)
  • your location
  • the type of service or program you are looking for (such as funding, loans, procurement)

ISC will send an acknowledgement email within 48 hours of your request.

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