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Canadian Digital Adoption Program

Access up to $15,000 in government funding to boost your business technology.The Canada Digital Adoption Program (CDAP) can help get your business online, give your e-commerce presence a boost or help digitalize your business's operations. CDAP provides funding and support to businesses, as well as training and work opportunities for young Canadians.

The Boost Your Business Technology grant helps small and medium-sized businesses adopt new digital technologies, by providing:

  • Free digital assessment tool to evaluate your own digital readiness

  • Up to $15,000 to consult a digital advisor and develop a digital adoption plan

  • Up to $100,000 in interest-free loans from BDC to help implement the digital adoption plan

  • Funded work placements for students or recent graduates who can help with digital transformation

Successful applicants can access up to $15,000 to retain NEOnet Digital Advisor and offset the costs of planning their transformation journey through the Boost Your Business Technology grant. Grant funding covers our services in developing your Digital Transformation Guide. We evaluate your current operations and data management within your organization. Following that, we prepare a gap analysis that outlines opportunities for improvement along with recommendations, including a budget and timeline. Some examples of digital transformation includes;

  • Creating an e-commerce strategy

  • Marketing audits and strategies

How do you get started?

Step 1: Determine your eligibility.

Step 2: Submit your application by filling out the online application

Step 3: Once you have been approved, browse the Digital Advisor Marketplace and search for NEOnet Inc.

We are here to assist you throughout the process!

Are you ready to apply?

Book some time with NEOnet's CDAP-approved digital advisor today to get help starting your grant or loan application process.

Book now

705-360-1353 ext. 34

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