A new business grant from Groupe Park Avenue!
It is in association with Andréanne Marquis, the businesswoman behind Womance, that the Groupe Park Avenue (of which we told you about the Station Service project in the magazine of Autumn) decides to offer to young Quebec entrepreneurs the new business grant for entrepreneurs “Driving Towards the Future”.
A business grant for entrepreneurs, the boost to start on the right track .
I’m probably one of those who best understand these issues, since my business project (for the blog and the magazine) has been accepted by the SAJE (I tell you more soon, classes begin this Thursday). So the price of the business grant for entrepreneurs includes a lot of money, but also hours of mentorship in different spheres needed to start a business, this is probably the most important because it is easy to get royally.
Groupe Park Avenue and Andréanne Marquis, on the road together since 1 year
As I told you earlier, Groupe Park Avenue, Andréanne Marquis & Womance have been collaborating for almost a year now. Together, they have the desire to create inspiring projects and help themselves grow as a business. It is by realizing the importance of this mutual contribution that the partnership has become as relevant. A few months ago, the idea of helping other companies became obvious to all of them. Gradually, the project continued to make its way and in the end, the Entrepreneurship business grant “Driving Towards the Future” was born.
In fact, on August 30th, Andréanne Marquis spoke with young entrepreneurs in the new Station Service Boutique (which I mentioned earlier) of Groupe Park Avenue , to announce the official launch of the grant. and talk about his personal journey. Since starting a business can not be improvised, Andréanne will provide communications and marketing mentoring to the award winner. Groupe Park Avenue will offer tax and accounting mentoring, in addition to offering $ 5,000.
Registration closes November 1st!
You are interested? You can apply through the Groupe Park Avenue website. All are invited to submit a detailed description of their project before November 1st. “Park Avenue Group is innovating day by day, and that’s why we want to see projects that are creative and out of the ordinary.” exclaimed Mr. Hébert. Once all applications have been received, a committee will evaluate each project.
The committee is made up of Andréanne Marquis, founder of Womance, Norman John Hébert, VP of Groupe Park Avenue, Norman Hébert, President of Groupe Park Avenue and other surprise entrepreneurs.
Five finalists will be contacted for telephone interviews and three for an interview with the judges. The winning project will be unveiled on December 1st.
All details are on the Groupe Park Avenue website.