“Small Businesses commitment to embracing digital technologies demonstrates their resilience and vision for the future” says Faiz Cheema, Digital Service Coordinator, Cornwall Business Enterprise Centre.
The DMS program has given small businesses the confidence to use the digital tools available to support their businesses. “I was trying to design a website forever, but didn’t have the skills or the funds to hire someone. Digital Transformation Grant helped me it getting my business online” Alex Adra, Owner Waikato Pizza Maxville.
Small businesses in Cornwall & SDG have 5 days left to apply for the Digital Transformation Grant (DTG) 4.0, through the Digital Main Street (DMS) program. The Digital Main Street $2,500 Digital Transformation Grant closes September 30, 2023. Eligible businesses can start the application process now by creating or entering their account, and then completing the digital assessment and online training through the Digital Main Street Portal at digitalmainstreet.ca
Businesses needing assistance to apply to the Digital Transformation Grant or wanting online digital support, contact the Cornwall Business Enterprise Centre at (613) 930-2787 ext. 2276 or email@example.com
About Cornwall Business Enterprise Centre:
The Cornwall Business Enterprise Centre is a valuable resource for entrepreneurs and small business owners in Cornwall and the surrounding area. They provide support, guidance, and resources to help businesses start, grow, and succeed.
About Digital Main Street:
Digital Main Street (DMS) was created and launched by the Toronto Association of Business Improvement Areas (TABIA) in 2016 with direct support from the City of Toronto. The program is also supported by a group of strategic partners including: Google, Mastercard, Shopify, Microsoft, Facebook, Intuit QuickBooks, Square, and Lightspeed.
With an investment from Ontario’s Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, and administered by the Ontario BIA Association (OBIAA), in partnership with the Toronto Association of BIAs (TABIA), this program provides qualifying brick-and-motor small businesses with up to $2,500 to help adopt technology and meet their digital goals.
Digital Main Street is an active and progressive program focused on helping small businesses adopt digital tools and technologies and embrace digital marketing. The program is based on three important components: Knowledge transfer through online training and assessments, Resources including Digital Transformation Grants and support through Digital Service Squads.