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How to get a $15K grant to boost your business technology: watch the Tri-Cities Chamber Talks video

UPDATE February 21, 2024:  The Canada Digital Adoption Program 'Boost Your Business Technology' $15,000 grant program is suddenly and unexpectedly closed approximately one-year earlier than originally planned by the federal government.

If you applied and received approval, but don't yet have a CDAP advisor, contact the Tri-Cities Chamber CDAP partner Patrick von Pander for further information and assistance, and to receive our Chamber member $750 rebate should your grant move forward. He can be reached at 778-899-3835 or

NOTE: the CDAP "Grow Your Business Online" $2,400 microgrant program is still open for applications at this time.


(TRI-CITIES) February 15, 2024 — The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce wants to help its member businesses land a federal grant to boost their business technology. Its latest online Chamber Talks seminar dug into the details.

Featuring Tri-Cities Chamber member Patrick von Pander, The Big Picture Coach, the discussion covered key information about the Canada Digital Adoption Program (CDAP) grant opportunity, providing funds for advisory services to plan an upgrade of digital technology so that businesses can improve operations, increase online sales, reduce costs, better manage inventory, and more.

The Tri-Cities Chamber has partnered with The Big Picture Coach, an Authorized Digital Advisor for the CDAP, to help members take advantage of the opportunity to access up to $15,000 in support of technology transformation and digital adoption initiatives for qualifying Canadian SMEs.

Watch the Chamber Talks event video below to learn more about how your business can access a $15,000 grant plus a $750 Chamber member rebate.

"Our Chamber is passionate about providing exceptional value to our member businesses to help them succeed and thrive," said Leslie Courchesne, CEO, Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce. "Our Chamber Talks series helps to educate and inform our business community, and this session featuring Patrick von Pander guides our members on how to unlock federal funds to advance their business."

Watch the video here:


Since 1971, the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce has been the largest business association serving Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore, and Belcarra, now representing 1,300+ organizations from every sector. The Chamber works to foster economic development, provide connections and benefits, and influence public policy at all levels of government to ensure strong business and strong communities. The Tri-Cities Chamber is an active member of the BC and Canadian Chambers of Commerce.

For more information, contact:

Leslie Courchesne, Chief Executive Officer
Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce

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