Tourism Business Development Grant

Tourism Business Development Grant



Non-Repayable Grants for NunatuKavut-owned Tourism Businesses

The Tourism Business Development Grant aims to increase NunatuKavut participation in the tourism industry through grants for business planning, business start-up, expansion, and marketing.

Business Planning

A client that is interested in starting their own tourism business and will require the assistance of a consultant to complete a business plan will be eligible for a maximum of $6875 in funding. The client will be responsible for any amount over $6875.

Fund Disbursement: 50% up-front, 50% upon completion of project and Project Report.

 

Start-Up and Expansion Grant

A client who has a completed business plan or an existing business that is interested in improving their product will be eligible for a maximum of $9000 in funding. The client will be responsible for and any amount over $9000 and must provide proof of other funding sources required to complete the project to be eligible.

Fund Disbursement: 50% up-front, 50% upon completion of project and Project Report. Some projects will be considered for 100% up-front payment if the work is already completed, but will still require a Project Report.

 

Marketing Research, Strategies and Materials

A client that is currently working full-time with their business and seeking assistance with marketing research, strategies or materials will be eligible for up to $3500 in funding. The client will be responsible for any amount over $3500.

Fund Disbursement: 50% up-front, 50% upon completion of project and Project Report.

 

How to Apply

Tourism Business Development Grant Application

If you are interested in applying for Tourism Business Development Grant, please download and fill out the application above. The application may be faxed to the NunatuKavut Business Centre at (709) 896-5739, mailed to P.O. Box 418, Station C, Goose Bay, NL A0P 1C0, or emailed to andrea@nunacor.com.

This program is made possible with contribution from the NunatuKavut Community Council and Parks Canada.

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