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Digital Boost 2.0: Our Firm Approved as Service Provider

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton has been approved as a service provider to support businesses in New Brunswick.

The government of New Brunswick, in collaboration with TechImpact and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), recently introduced the Digital Boost 2.0 program, which offers New Brunswick businesses financing and expertise to kick off their digital transformation. Funds are granted in connection with this program so that these companies can collaborate with qualified providers.

Among these qualified providers, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is able to help New Brunswick business create a digital strategy so that they can remain competitive, resilient and forward-thinking as the business world continues to digitize.

What is a digital strategy?

An effective digital strategy is a roadmap for reaching short-, medium- and long-term digital transformation goals. It’s a foundational plan that outlines your organization’s technological needs and helps you determine which technologies to invest in and how to implement them for success.

How does it work?

Digital Boost 2.0 will reimburse 75% of $26,600 up to a maximum of $20,000 per business. If the digital strategy does not cost $26,600, the remaining financing can be used to market your first project.

Who is eligible?

Businesses are selected based on their technical maturity and business operations.

Digital Boost 2.0 is not open to the following sectors: real estate, government services, personal/social services, retail, restaurants and lumber. Professional service industries such as marketing firms, creative agencies and business coaches are generally not eligible.

The program will assist up to 120 New Brunswick businesses.

For program eligibility criteria or to apply, visit the Digital Boost 2.0 website.

We can also help you with your process. Contact us today.

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