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Discover the AgrInnovate program with Leyton! In this series of monthly videos, our consultant team will help you discover specific government grants available in Canada, and share key details.
For this episode, our Senior Government Grants Consultant, Antoine Giroir, will go through the AgrInnovate program, and explain how this program can help you access resources to fund your innovative technology in the agrifood and agriculture sector.
This video has been recorded in English.
The AgriInnovate Program provides funding for projects geared towards the commercialization, demonstration, and/or adoption of innovative technologies and processes that increase agricultural and agri-food sector competitiveness and sustainability benefits. It is open to all for-profit organizations incorporated in Canada wanting to increase agricultural and agri-food sector competitiveness and sustainability benefits.
– Advanced manufacturing, automation, robotics, digitization
– Project must be at the technology demonstration stage to be eligible under this program.
Funding is in the form of zero interest, repayable contribution of 50% of project costs up to $5,000,000 to be repaid over a period of up to 10 years following project completion.
– Capital Expenditures: Renovations, site improvements, lease hold improvements, building purchase, construction and related costs, machinery, equipment, and softwarepurchase and installation costs;
– Contracted services;
– Other direct project costs.
At Leyton, our grants consultants can help you complete and optimize your program application and keep you up to date with the latest grants news and updates, all while you remain focused on your business.
Antoine Giroir has a master’s in International Relations with experience in European project management and proposal writing. He has worked with researchers and entrepreneurs on various topics, from sustainable development to oncology targeting, in the European Union, the United States of America, and the People’s Republic of China. He is now helping Leyton’s clients leverage public funding (federal and provincial) to achieve their objectives while lowering the financial risks.
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