Note: This profile has not been claimed and data may be inaccurate.
Louis Riel Capital Corporation The Louis Riel Capital Corporation (LRCC) is a Manitoba Metis-owned lending institution created to finance the start-up, acquisition and/ or expansion of viable Metis and Non-Status Indian controlled small businesses based in Manitoba.
The Louis Riel Capital Corporation (LRCC) is a Manitoba Metis-owned lending institution created to finance the start-up, acquisition and/ or expansion of viable Metis and Non-Status Indian controlled small businesses based in Manitoba.
If you are a Manitoba Metis looking at the possibility of owning your own business, LRCC can help you find business information, identify skills training and provide access to financing for the business start-up, acquisition and expansion of viable businesses.
The staff and board at LRCC understand that successful businesses don't "just happen". Our team members have extensive practical experience and backgrounds in business research, business knowledge, and commercial lending.
We continue to maintain business associations and partnerships in the financial industry to help you reach your business goals.
We are here to help you build on your idea, assisting with the development of your business plan, and the financing of your project. Once you are past the start-up, you may still need assistance and we can continue to provide ongoing support as needed.
LRCC provides Business Loans, Business Development and Counselling Support in the following areas:
Business Term Loans
Developing Business Plans
Analyzing Business Performance
Business Advisory Services
Understanding Financing Options
In order to be eligible for consideration of LRCC services, an applicant must be an individual of Metis or Non-Status Indian (MNSI) ancestry or a corporation or other approved entity, controlled or owned by MNSI people.
FUNDING TYPES AND CRITERIA
INTERESTED IN THESE SECTORS
Agriculture; Arts, Culture, Handicrafts; Civic Participation; Clean and Green Technology; Communications / Media / ICT; Disabilities; Disaster Recovery; Distribution / Supply Chain; Education; Employment, Livelihood, Income Generation; Energy; Enterprise Development, SME; Environment, Climate Change; Fair Trade, Organic Products; Financial Serv./Inclusion, Microfinance; Food and Nutrition; Health; Housing, Shelter, Homelessness; Mobile; Natural Resources / Conservation; Peace and Security; Sanitation, Waste Management; Tech; Training, Technical Assistance Services; Water; Web, SaaS, Online Tech; Women, Girls
providing funding for these regions
- US, Canada