Lenovo $100K digital grant awards diversity in company culture

The Toronto Region Board of Trade (TRBOT) awarded a $100K Lenovo Digital Transformation Grant to businesses that showed their plan for success incorporated measures to address equity, diversity and inclusion.

Ten Ontario-based businesses, owned and led by entrepreneurs who are women or BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and other people of colour) individuals, will be awarded Lenovo Digital Transformation Grants worth $10,000 each to help them unlock the potential of their businesses. 

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TRBOT received more than 200 applications over a two-month period. The final 10 businesses were selected based on their ability to demonstrate their business’s equity, diversity, and inclusion initiatives as well as their participation and completion of a recovery program created by the business association to help small to medium-sized businesses digitally transform, recover from set-backs and grow.

Lenovo grant recipients:

Funding Essentials Inc. (Ottawa, ON)
Flux & Fire Inc. (Toronto, ON)
Atlas Studio (Cambridge, ON)
Elleverity Wealth Management (Milton, ON)
Whole Woman Network (Richmond Hill, ON)
Chorus Music Academy Inc. (Vaughan, ON)
Krippit Corporation (Toronto, ON)
Living Farmacy (Toronto, ON)
Emkiro Health Services (Toronto, ON)
Facedrive Inc. (Toronto, ON)

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by Cherryl Bird – Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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