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Finding the right supports is essential to launching or growing your business. To help you, Entrepreneurship Manitoba has collected a listing of community service delivery organizations that can help you achieve business success.

Canada Business Network

Provides resources, information and supports for starting and growing businesses.

Economic Development Council for Manitoba Bilingual Municipalities (CDEM)

Conduct research on the market, the industry, and your competition.

Community Future Manitoba

Provides economic and financial supports to rural and northern communities in Manitoba.

Food and Beverage Manitoba

Services the food and beverage manufacturing sector by providing expertise and resources, for members, to assist in developing new markets, training a skilled workforce, industry regulations, and government programs.

Futurepreneur Canada

Provides financing, mentoring and support tools to business owners aged 18-39.

Manitoba Marketing Network

The MMN provides two core services to help entrepreneurs develop that “winning edge” and to successfully grow their businesses: workshops and Biz Coaching.

Manitoba Tourism Education Council

Offers training for people in the tourism, hospitality and retail industries in Manitoba.

North Forge Technology Exchange

North Forge Technology Exchange offers a network of services to accelerate innovation and commercialization in Manitoba. These services include mentorship, training and grant writing support as well as access to start-up desks, office space, meeting rooms and the Fabrication Lab.

Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce

Offers a full menu of business services, guidance and resources to support all facets of starting, running and growing a small business.

Women's Enterprise Centre

In addition to providing three core services: business advising, training and financing, the team at the Centre has developed innovative programs to assist women at all business stages.

World Trade Centre Winnipeg - Business InfoCentre (BIC)

The Business InfoCentre (BIC) can provide guidance on the steps for setting up, growing or expanding your business.