About Me

Hi, I’m Maurice (Moe) Muise, founder of Ontario Business Grants.

I started Ontario Business Grants to bring together, in one place, all financial support available to Ontario business owners – whether that’s grants, loans, tax credits or other financial incentives provided by the federal and provincial governments, private sector and non-profit organizations, and more.


My Background:

  • 10 years working for the Canadian federal government in Ottawa in various departments. During that time I worked on web strategy, digital marketing, and performance measurement for various programs
  • 17 years in digital marketing. I have extensive experience in many areas of digital marketing, from pay-per-click advertising to conversion optimization. My specialties, though, are SEO (search engine optimization) and content marketing
  • Online entrepreneur for the past 10+ years. I currently own a small portfolio of niche websites that are monetized primarily through advertising and affiliate marketing. I’ve started and scaled traffic to brand new websites, as well as bought and sold niche sites

Why Ontario Business Grants?

I started this site because I am, first and foremost, a researcher. By inclination, I’m drawn to a particular type of research: pulling together information that is scattered to answer important questions.

With OntarioBusinessGrants.com, the important question I’ve tried to answer is this:

“What are all the sources of financial support available Ontario business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs?”

While there do exist websites with information on financial incentives offered by the federal government, provincial government, etc., there’s no one site that brings together all of those incentives under one roof for Ontario businesses.

And if you have experience with government websites, you might have found them to be a little lacking in user-friendliness.

So with OntarioBusinessGrants.com I’ve tried to bring together all information on financial incentives for entrepreneurs in a user-friendly and plain English way. 

What You Should Do Next:

1.

Do a search in my free grants database (which is on the site’s homepage. Click here to go there now).

2.

Check out the Grant Lists articles, which group together financial support for various audiences, by different organizations, and for various business purposes.


(To see the Grant Lists articles, look at the top menu of this page and mouse over “Grant Lists”.)

3.

If you need help, get in touchI offer a number of services that can help accelerate your search for grants and other financial support.

To your business success,


Maurice (Moe) Muise

moe@ontariobusinessgrants.com

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