Small businesses are welcoming consumers back–and now it’s time to say thank you. Small business supporters can make sure everyone knows their favourite businesses are open again by sharing business signs on social media using #WelcomeBack and tagging @Interac.
Consumers can find more ways to help with Interac.
Canada United is offering grants of up to $5,000 to help Canadian small businesses recover from COVID-19. RBC will contribute 5¢ to the fund for every Canada United video shared, liked and viewed on social media, and for every time #CanadaUnited is used on Twitter (conditions apply). Learn more about the campaign then share it on social media to support local businesses and grow the relief fund.
Business Owners: Grant applications open August 31.
TELUS is committing $500,000 in direct revenue, marketing and expert advice to support, promote and celebrate small business owners. Read the incredible stories of Canadian owners who adapted to deal with the challenges of COVID-19.
Business Owners: Get expert advice on how to manage your business during and after COVID-19.
Up & Running
eBay Canada is offering small business owners an all-in-one online business solution, including up to 200 free product listings per month and hands-on onboarding support from eBay representatives.
Business Owners: Visit eBay Canada to set up your online store and register for an onboarding session with an eBay representative.
Recommendations are an incredibly valuable way for local businesses to attract new customers. That’s why Visa is calling on small business supporters to recommend a favourite business on social media with #MySmallBizReco, for the chance to have their local recommendation promoted to more people in the area.
Business Owners: Download the campaign image and share it on social to help get your fans supporting businesses like yours! You can also visit Visa’s resource hub for educational tools that can help you run and grow your business.