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Chad Rickaby, CEO of Grantus Joins the National Crowdfunding & Fintech Association of Canada’s Advisory Group

NCFA Canada | May 5, 2022

Chad Rickaby - Chad Rickaby, CEO of Grantus Joins the National Crowdfunding & Fintech Association of Canada’s Advisory Group

Chad Rickaby, Advisor, Government Funding and Public Policy

TORONTO, MAY 5, 2022 – The National Crowdfunding & Fintech Association of Canada (NCFA) today announced that Chad Rickaby, Co-founder and CEO Grantus, has joined the Association`s Advisory Group to advise on the areas of government funding and public policy.

Chad is an experienced public sector strategist in the innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem. With a background in Public Policy, he has extensive experience working with public sector stakeholders.  He’s secured $10M+ in public sector funds and grants through more than 50 successful applications. In addition to grants and tax credits, he advises companies on navigating government systems to help position organizations within government strategic priorities and programs.  Chad is driven by connecting public sector support opportunities with innovators and entrepreneurs.

I am very excited to work with NCFA as a government funding and public policy advisor. I look forward to working closely with the team and its members to further develop the finance innovation ecosystem. It is an exciting opportunity to bring my public policy background to this important and rapidly growing space. – Chad Rickaby, CEO, Grantus 

“We welcome and look forward to working with Chad and the Grantus network to help fuel several projects that will transform NCFA into its next evolution as an innovation and venture development ecosystem that will align stakeholders and benefit the entire community.” – Craig Asano, Founding CEO, NCFA Canada

About Grantus

Grantus is on a mission to help businesses, artists, musicians, and not-for-profits secure grants and scale their projects.  Grantus is a small, but nimble team. Their strength comes from our extensive experience and knowledge.  They help demystify the grant process and remove the burden applications can cause so they can focus on their ideas.


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