BDC Young Entrepreneur Award Contest -$100,000 Opportunity to Advance Your Business

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Small business owners from Atlantic Canada, aged 18-35, are encouraged to apply to the cross Canada Young Entrepreneur Award contest, a once in a lifetime opportunity to set their company on a new course to growth and a brighter business future.  Since taking part in last year’s Business Development Bank of Canada Young Entrepreneur contest, Atlantic finalist Paula Macpherson, of Southgate Dentistry, has seen her start-up business boom and wants to encourage other young entrepreneurs to enter the 2015 race for $100,000.
 
“Entering the BDC YEA contest was one of the most exciting things I've done in my career. Being a finalist was a unique and amazing platform for reaching out to the community and showcasing what Southgate Dentistry is all about. The support we received from the people of Nova Scotia was outstanding. If you're considering applying, do it!”  Paula MacPherson – Southgate Dentistry
 
About the 2015 BDC Young Entrepreneur Award contest Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) is accepting applications for the 2015 edition of the BDC Young Entrepreneur Award. The award pays tribute to remarkable Canadian entrepreneurs between 18 and 35 years of age. Up to eleven finalists — one for each province and one for the combined territories — will be selected to compete for a $100,000 Grand Prize. A second prize of $25,000 in consulting services will be awarded to the contest runner-up. The contest opens January 28th and the deadline to enter the contest is March 18th, at noon, Eastern Daylight Saving Time.
 
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Canada’s business development bank, BDC puts entrepreneurs first. With almost 2,000 employees and more than 100 business centres across the country, BDC offers financing, subordinate financing, venture capital, securitization and consulting services to more than 28,000 small and medium-sized companies. Their success is vital to Canada’s economic prosperity. www.bdc.ca
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