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Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Program (EDP)

The Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Program (EDP) offers business services to people with disabilities or health conditions interested in starting a business in rural Manitoba.  This program is open to anyone with a viable business idea who has a disability or a health condition.

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Ready to launch your business? We can help!

We provide:

  • Business Plan Development
  • Business Training
  • Business Coaching
  • Additional Supports

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Small Business Supports – Digital Marketing or Business Mentorship

Rural Manitoba business owners with self-declared health conditions or disabilities can apply for up to $750 in supports. (Businesses must be located outside of the City of Winnipeg.)

Eligible services include:

  • Digital business marketing OR
  • Supports from a business mentor

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One to One Business Consultation

If you are planning to start a business or already have a business, we can help. We can meet with you to discuss your business needs.

Business Plan Development

We can assist you in creating your business plan.

Business Resources

We can direct you to available resources and business training with our offices or in the community.

Access to Repayable Loans for Viable Businesses

Community Futures organizations are a source for small and medium sized business loans. If you have a disability or a health condition, please let us know. There are supports available to assist you.

Contact 

For more information on any of these programs you can phone: 1-888-303-2232 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Contact Us

Community Futures Manitoba
559 – 167 Lombard Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba,  R3B 0V3
Phone: 204.943.2905
Toll-Free: 1-888-303-2232

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About Community Futures

Providing financing and support to rural entrepreneurs to develop their potential. Community Futures Manitoba Inc. (CFM) is an association representing 16 Community Future organizations (CFs) established throughout rural and northern Manitoba.
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