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08/25/19 11:59 PM ET
Awards of $2,000 and awards of $3,000 to Canada individuals to recognize successful business achievements using an online sales and auction platform. The award winners will also receive quarterly business development consultations and an annual subscription upgrade.
There are three awards available:
2019 Entrepreneur of the Year
Open to eBay business owners in Canada who sell full- or part-time and meet the sales, listings, feedback, and registration criteria.
2019 Micro-Multinational of the Year
This award recognizes an eBay seller who has achieved great success in marketing and selling beyond Canada's borders.
2019 Integrated Entrepreneur of the Year
This award recognizes an eBay seller who has built a thriving business by integrating multiple retail channels or key components of their supply chain (e.g. design, manufacturing).
GrantWatch ID#: 160129
- 2019 Entrepreneur of the Year: $3,000
- 2019 Micro-Multinational of the Year: $2,000
- 2019 Integrated Entrepreneur of the Year: $2,000
This year, in addition to cash prizes, each winner will receive a 1-year eBay Store subscription upgrade, plus quarterly consultation sessions with an eBay Canada business development expert.
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