What is the difference between obtaining support from angel investors, venture capital funds and business incubators?
To get support from a business incubator, you must be accepted into a designated Canadian business incubator program. Incubator programs vary in terms of their eligibility criteria, program offerings and length of engagement. Securing admission to such programs is a competitive process, with limited spots available.
To get support from an angel investor group or a venture capital fund, you must secure a sizable investment.
Contact a designated organization to find out how to obtain their support.
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