Northern York Region Professional Services Access Program

Northern York Region Professional Services Access Program

With the unprecedented economic impacts of COVID-19, having access to professional services is critical for the success of any business. However, not all business owners can easily afford these costs. The Northern York Region Professional Services Access Program provides eligible businesses with access to free professional advice, including legal, financial, marketing and more.

This will help you make informed business and financial decisions and navigate the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Professional Services Access Program is meant to complement the many other federal and provincial programs available to help your business, including wage subsidies, interest-free loans, rent subsidies and more. Visit our Resource Page to learn more about these opportunities.

What you can receive:

  • Initial consultation with a York Small Business Enterprise Centre Small Business Consultant
  • A referral for free professional services under ONE of the following service options:
    • Lawyer
    • Accountant
    • Financial Analyst
    • Marketing Expert
    • Human Resources Expert

The above list is not exhaustive, and you may qualify for other professional services. This is a limited time program, and space is available on a first-come first-served basis.

Eligibility:

  • Business must operate in one of York Region’s northern six municipalities:
    • Town of Aurora
    • Town of East Gwillimbury
    • Town of Georgina
    • Township of King
    • Town of Newmarket
    • Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville
  • Registered business with 10 employees or less

Application

Fill out the form below and a member of the York Small Business Enterprise Centre will reach out and schedule your initial consultation.




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    For more information on this program, or if you’re having trouble with the form, please email ysbec@york.ca

    The Northern York Region Professional Services Access Program is funded by the Government of Ontario.

     



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