RAP, a series of online programs, helps in Ontario's financial recovery in response to COVID-19
Toronto/IBNS: With a motive of a financial recovery, the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) joined the Recovery Activation Program (RAP) to help businesses digitally modernize their operations and foster growth.
It was launched by the Toronto Region Board of Trade’s World Trade Centre Toronto in 2020 and presented by the @TorontoRBOT will help evolve business in response to COVID-19 and beyond.
With a significant investment from the Government of Canada (through FedDev Ontario) and the Government of Ontario (through the Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade) the RAP, a series of highly practical online programs are being offered to businesses of any size at no cost and extend its reach across Ontario.
Keeping with the new norms of digitalization, participants are being provided immersive training, mentoring, and support to assist with digital modernization free of cost as well as unprecedented access to engage with industry leaders to build their personalized plan to digitally grow their business by helping them to better operate their businesses in creating new opportunities and support future growth.
RAP also ensures that participants feel confident about approaching their digital transformation the right way.
The program runs two webcasts, two half-day Digital Certificates, and an immersive Digital Blueprint Program cohort every month and is open to all businesses across Ontario.
To start this venture, businesses are required to complete their 30-minute Digital Needs Assessment, which provides an in-depth analysis of your business against industry-specific benchmarks, and identifies opportunities for digital modernization and evolution.
(Reporting by Asha Bajaj)