Whether you are a business just starting up or have you been
in business for a while you may need some financial help at
In Saskatchewan, Enterprise Saskatchewan is an agency affiliated with the Saskatchewan Government designed to overcome barriers to growth and to find or create new opportunities within the province. Enterprise Saskatchewan contains information on how Enterprise Regions work,
business incentives and tax credits. You
can also visit the Financial
area of the Entrepreneurs section for even more information
on business financing for self-employed and small to medium
Some web sites will give you a comprehensive picture on what
is out there for you and your business. Industry Canada, contains a general section on business
support and financing. The Business
Development Bank of Canada (BDC) Finance site and the Canada
Business Service Centre provide a lot of good information
and point you in the right direction for further information.
The Industry Canada's SME Direct
site provides Canadian company and business information, international
business opportunities, trade and investment, business information
by sector and much more.
Canada’s small business bank with a particular
focus on the emerging and export sectors of the
This website provides diagnostic and benchmarking tools, relevant databases
and a wealth of other resources to help small and medium sized enterprises (SME's) make decisions
business start-up assistant
can help you get
your new business going. There's lots of advice
for developing a business plan, arranging financing,
and researching the marketplace.
Government Programs and Services for Business
A comprehensive list of over 130
Small Business Financing Program (CSBF)
This program helps new and existing small business
obtain term loans directly from authorized lenders
towards financing the purchase and improvement of
Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan Inc.
This program helps women in urban and rural areas
of Saskatchewan access business advisory services,
training, financial assistance through a loan fund
and networking opportunities.
Youth Opportunities Unleashed (YOU)
The purpose of the YOU program is to assist young adults between 18 and 34 years of age to consider opening a business in their community.
The YOU program offers support through financing, training and mentorship.