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Hiring the Right Way – Session 3: Secure Spring Talent with Grant Funding
February 8 @ 9:30 am - 10:30 am EST
Join us for Hiring the Right Way as we teach you a variety of tips, tricks, and best practices when looking to hire for your business.
Our hiring series will cover a variety of different topics all with one central outcome; how to hire the right way. You will learn about how to attract young talent, the importance of the employer’s value proposition, getting ready to hire, funding and grant programs, the candidate interview process, onboarding and retention, and setting up a welcoming company culture.
Hiring the Right Way is a series of educational workshops, taking place in 2023. We will be posting new workshops periodically – stay on the lookout and register for those as well!
Session 3: Secure Spring Talent with Grant Funding
Hiring is hard. Grant funding makes it easier!
Learn from the government funding experts at Pocketed in this comprehensive overview of hiring grants and their potential impact on your venture. Since launching in 2021, more than 9,000 businesses have used Pocketed to access over $80M in government funding, and after this session, you can too!
- Discover the world of grants, including a crash-course on funding basics (application structure & more!)
- Get the low-down on the best grants for funding new hires in Canada.
- Learn to leverage the right tools to take next steps in securing these funds (say hello to Pocketed!)
Who should attend:
- Companies of any size that are recruiting.
- Startups looking to hire for the first time or expand teams.
- Founders or HR Professionals who are building teams.
Meet Our Speaker:
Jamie Proctor Boyce – Director or Partnerships & Growth
Jamie Proctor Boyce currently leads partnerships and customer success at Pocketed as Director of Partnerships & Growth. Pocketed helps companies across North America access billions of dollars in grants, tax credits, and incentives with their intelligent matching platform and funding solutions.
Jamie began her career as an actor in New York City, and has worked extensively in business development, marketing, and people management in the hospitality, media, nonprofit, and tech sectors. The one through line? Jamie has always worked for startups and has been an entrepreneur herself. Co-Founder of Ahoy! Productions, Jamie is passionate about supporting the people driving Canadian innovation.