Abbotsford, BC –, SRCTec, will play a key role in delivering services and assistance to local entrepreneurs and youth business owners through the Community Partner Program of CYFB in the communities east of Surrey, including Mission, Chilliwack and Abbotsford.
Finding the start-up funds and the appropriate mentoring for a new idea, technology or business concept can be overwhelming and can be the difference between growing and folding. This is especially true in the fast-paced sectors of information technology, where the ability to evolve in a rapidly changing environment is essential to survival.
Founded in 1996, the CYBF organization is truly unique. CYBF provides loans of up to $15,000.0, mentoring and plethora of business resources for young Canadians age 18-34 to create their own successful businesses. Since inception, CYBF has invested in more than 2,100.00 young entrepreneurs whose businesses have generated more than $233M in gross sales and more than 12,000 new jobs in Canadian communities.
“CYBF has some very impressive stats. The SRCTec and CYBF alliance is an extremely strategic relationship for us and will become a key and integral element of our service to the Abbotsford and surrounding communities as well as our plans to support innovation and assisting Entrepreneurs through the Abbotsford Technology Park”. Said Raymond Szabada, CEO and Chairman of the Board.
SRCTec hopes to be operational in receiving and facilitating applications for CYBF program late spring to early summer time frame. Applicants in the mean time are encouraged to visit http://www.cybf.ca or http://www.srctec.ca
Contact: Owen Greaves, Chief Operating Officer SRCTec