Government Funding for Flying Colours Corp. Expansion

PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO

The member of Parliament for Peterborough-Kawartha, and on the behalf of the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic development and the Minister of responsible for the Ontario branch of FedDev, announced a funding initiative of up to $4.87 in grants, loans and subsides to the Flying Colours Corp for it’s expansion initiative.

The Federal Government, with its’ new vision developed in the 2016 Canada Budget, wants to make Canada the center of global innovation, in science, technology and creativity for companies. With this, helping companies as Flying Colours Corp., to succeed in exporting and marketing its technologies and any future services.

The Flying Colours Corp. is a global aviation services compay, its main service is to retrofit aircrafts and provide fully customized aircraft interiors, with the latest in technologies and state of the art equipment. The repayable and non repayable contributions from Fed Dev, is to develop Flying Colours 100,000 square foot hangar at the Peterborough Airport. This new hangar will enable the company to worker on larger aircraft, and meet the increased global demand the company is receiving.
The investment will also help 200 Ontario based suppliers that provide materials to Flying Colour Corp.

Quick Facts:

• With a total project cost of $20.15 million, this project will leverage a $1.2-million investment from the Government of Ontario and more than $14 million from private sector investment. The project is also expected to create up to 50 skilled manufacturing, engineering, management and technical field full-time equivalent jobs.

• Established in 1994, Flying Colours Corp. previously received a repayable contribution of up to $900,000 from FedDev Ontario to expand its facilities and acquire new equipment. The successful completion of this project resulted in 37 new jobs and has positively benefited the surrounding community.

BDC Announces $500 Million in expanded funding for SMEs in Western Canada

Calgary, November 17, 2015 

The Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) announced today that it has earmarked $500 million in additional financing for Canadian SMEs impacted by the decline in oil prices. It will also provide advisory solutions to help companies adjust their business operations to weather the impact of the current economic downturn.

Summary of the announcement:

  • The half a billion in funding represents an significant increase of 40% compared to the bank’s normal lending to businesses in the oil and gas sector.
  • BDC will be working to process applications faster during this time of increased business need.
  • BDC’s strategy is intended to help promising companies with projects aimed at diversifying their business, increasing their operational and environmental efficiency, improving financial management, as well as purchasing new technology and equipment.
  • BDC is the only bank dedicated exclusively to entrepreneurs, and mandated to do so by the Canadian Government. It offers loans, investments and advisory services. BDC’s purpose is to support Canadian entrepreneurship with a focus on small and medium-sized businesses.

To find out more about accessing BDC funding and other government programs for business, please contact the Canadian Grants Business Center at:

Canadian Toll Free 1-888-231-0075 Or Visit: http://canadiangrantsloans.com/contact-us/

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