Looking for assistance to start or grow your own business? Find a variety of business resources and information at the Province of Manitoba Business Information Portal or visit the Canadian Manitoba Business Service Centre - Manitoba's connection for business via internet, phone and personal contact.
The Canada/Manitoba Business Service Centre offers comprehensive business and trade information, research services, problem solving, and many other programs and services to support new and existing entrepreneurs and business owners.
Whether you are thinking of starting a business, expanding your existing business, looking for sources of financing, interested in a variety of training opportunities, or seeking sales and marketing guidance, regulatory requirements, key contacts, and much more... there is something for every entrepreneur.
The Young Entrepreneurs Program is a component of Partners With Youth, which is a Provincial program operated by the Departments of Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives, Healthy Living, Youth and Seniors and Entrepreneurship, Training and Trade. The program encourages Manitoba's young people to start their own full-time businesses and pursue self-employment as a career choice. Applications are accepted on a year-round basis from youth aged 18 to 29 years. Under the Young Entrepreneurs program, approved applicants are eligible for a grant of up to $4000 to help defray business start-up cost and capital expenditures.
The Women’s Enterprise Centre of Manitoba (WECM) is a non-profit organization funded by Western Economic Diversification Canada and dedicated to helping entrepreneurial women start and grow their businesses.
Other Business Resources:
Rural Entrepreneur Assistance (REA) Program