Ontario invests in on the internet system for francophone goods and services

Franco-Ontarian enterprises, business people and social enterprises will shortly be ready to promote their services and goods by a free of charge digital platform.

The province is investing $250,000 to aid the francophone small business neighborhood develop its products and services and markets and achieve much more prospects.

The bilingual system, made in partnership with Regroupement des gens d’affaires de la capitale nationale (RGA), is anticipated to launch by the end of March.

“The objective of this platform is to have interaction the Franco-Ontarian small business local community and to stimulate economic development amongst its entrepreneurs and enterprises,“ RGA’s Director Standard Lise Sarazin said in a news release.

“We’ve determined 4 kinds of enterprises at unique stages of digitization, which will enable us to integrate a ”commerce“ functionality into this platform, by way of simply call-to-action. This will allow for the buyer to order specifically from the seller.”

In accordance to the RGA’s information release, the on-line platform is Business-to-Buyer (B2C) and will be identified as Quartier d’affaires.

The RGA will manage and boost the system in collaboration with Club Canadien de Toronto (CCTO), Conseil de la coopération de l’Ontario (CCO), Société Économique de l’Ontario (SÉO) and the Fédération des gens d’affaires de l’Ontario (FGA), reads the release.