Kingston Economic Development in partnership with Futurpreneur Canada is offering funding and mentorship programs run by Futurpreneur Canada.
Young entrepreneurs between 18 – 39 years old, living in Kingston and area with potential business ideas and existing businesses that meet requirements are funded through this program.
Futurpreneur Canada makes it easier for aspiring young business owners to secure financing. And they have partnered with the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) to extend their support to you even further.
They offer collateral-free loans up to $60,000 at better interest rates than most banks.
The team at Futurpreneur Canada will guide you through all the steps to embark on your business journey—from planning to financing to launch. The program for Black entrepreneurs aged 18-39 provides startup loan financing and up to two years of mentorship, plus access to resources and networking opportunities with fellow entrepreneurs across Canada.
The Ohpikiwin Series: Journey to financial empowerment is delivered in partnership with Youth Business International and Accenture as part of the Indigenous Entrepreneur Startup Program (IESP).
This offering will focus on Indigenous economic inclusion and resilience to assist young Indigenous aspiring entrepreneurs in developing their business financial capacity and entrepreneurship skills.
Whether you’re an established side-hustler or looking to launch a new side business, Futurpreneur can help you reach your goals.
Grow your side business at your own pace with the Futurpreneur Side Hustle program. This program offers collateral-free loans of up to $15,000 and pairs you up with a dedicated mentor, offering tailored support and guidance.