Lenovo digital transformation grants 2021 registration portal is open, Lenovo is providing $100,000 in funding through the Scale-Up Institute Toronto’s Recovery Activation Program (RAP) to support women- or BIPOC-led SMEs in their efforts to improve their digital maturity. Full Details
Lenovo digital transformation grants will be distributed to 10 inspiring women or BIPOC owned or led businesses which are able to demonstrate their small business’ equity, diversity, and inclusion initiatives and who have completed one or more RAP program segments. Each SME will be awarded $10,000 to help unlock the potential of their business with digital transformations.
About Lenovo Digital Transformation Grant:
The Recovery Activation Program helps SMEs leverage technology to attract new customers, improve supply-chain efficiencies, virtually manage their workforce, streamline costs, and more. The Digital Needs Assessment (DNA) serves as the entry point to a comprehensive suite of no-cost RAP programming. RAP is delivered through two streams that require DNA completion: the Digital Blueprint Program and the Digital Certificate Program. The Scale-Up Institute Toronto also offers the RAP Webcast Series, available to all interested SMEs.
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Following completion of a RAP stream, SMEs invest an average of $20,000 in digital transformation initiatives. The Lenovo Digital Transformation Grant will give women- or BIPOC-led SMEs a significant boost on their digital transformation journey by funding half of the average investment required.
- Each SME will be awarded $10,000 to help unlock the potential of their business with digital transformations.
- Open to business that is at least 50% owned or led by women or BIPOC;
- Completed your Digital Needs Assessment (DNA) at here.
- Completed at least one RAP stream (RAP Digital Blueprint and/or Digital Certificate) – complete your DNA and their team will be in touch with options to complete a RAP stream.
How To Apply
Applications will be evaluated in two ways: whether the small business meets the minimum eligibility requirements and the quality of responses to three application questions.
Deadline: January 10, 2022