Gatineau business receives $200,000 in financial assistance from CED.
Gatineau – Supporting innovation and growth contributes to economic development in Quebec’s regions. That is why Sophie Chatel, Member of Parliament for Pontiac, on behalf of Pascale St‑Onge, Minister of Sport and Minister responsible for CED, announced a repayable contribution of $200,000 for Inteloom inc. This CED support will enable the business to implement a marketing strategy in Canada.
Specializing in software design, Inteloom has developed a management software program called GOOMTool that enables organizations to centralize and structure their technological needs, whether around project management, human resources, or inventory. CED’s contribution will allow the business to hire new sales and marketing resources; participate in various promotional activities, including events; and proceed with the redesign of its website and trademark. Fourteen jobs will be created in the region through this project.
The Government of Canada recognizes and supports businesses and organizations that are a source of pride in their communities. Quebec’s economic recovery relies on organizations with strong roots in the regional economy. They are major contributors to growth, as well as key assets in rebuilding a stronger, more resilient, greener, and more just economy for all.
“CED is enthusiastic in supporting the entrepreneurial spirit when our entrepreneurs’ ingenuity and know-how lead to the development and marketing of new technologies. Innovation is a core priority for CED, and we are proud to assist businesses and organizations as they grow. By leveraging such innovative projects, we are investing in the well-being of future generations.” – Sophie Chatel, MP for Pontiac