Digital Economy Program

When over 95% of businesses in Alberta are small businesses, supporting them in a competitive world is critical. That’s why the City of Spruce Grove has joined the Digital Economy Program, with the University of Alberta as a strategic partner, to offer you and your business an opportunity to transform your online presence.

Partners

The program is delivered through a partnership between the City of Spruce Grove, University of Alberta, Business Link, and Digital Main Street. The program is funded by the Government of Alberta, Ministry of Jobs, Economy and Innovation.

Introducing the Digital Economy Program 

This free program is open to small businesses with less than 50 employees who would like to undergo a digital transformation. Perhaps your company needs help with ecommerce, or expanding your web presence or even developing a social media strategy.

The Digital Economy Program will equip you with the skills you need to expand your business’s digital reach.

Help is on the Way

To take advantage of this program for your small business, visit yourDEP.ca and complete an application form. You’ll be paired up with a Digital Economy Program Service Squad who will assess your needs and put together a work plan. Then the magic happens.

To be eligible:

  • Your business needs to be registered in Alberta (Indigenous owned businesses that are not registered in Alberta may still be eligible, please contact the Digital Economy Program Coordinator directly)
  • Your business has 49 employees or less

Ready to start your transformation?

We know making a decision requires a few more answers to those questions forming in your mind. We have a simple solution for you.

Visit the Digital Economy Program website. It is loaded with information that helps answer all your questions. On top of that, the website has the application form you need to get started.

The City of Spruce Grove is pleased to offer this program to you and other small businesses free of charge.

There are a limited number of spots that are being filled on a first-come first-served basis. Visit yourDEP.ca and apply.

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