Entrepreneurship Connections is for newcomers who plan to start a business in Canada. If you have owned or operated a business outside Canada, this innovative and informative program will help you translate that experience to the Canadian market.
Toronto Community Housing Corporation’s BE.BUILD.BRAND.
is a 12-week entrepreneurship program that provides youth
ages 18-29, with mentorship and capacity-building
opportunities to equip them with the hard and soft skills needed
to turn their ideas into viable business ventures. Phase 1 (BE),
business self-assessment and evaluation of business
aspirations. Phase 2 (BUILD), focuses on training and
development on [...]
BITS helps young and other low-resource emerging entrepreneurs who face barriers to employment and financing by providing access to business training, micro-financing and peer mentorship. BITS contributes to the overall economic prosperity and improved quality of life of our participants through skill building, business development and community engagement.
Business Inc. Series is an eight-week business program offered Toronto Public Libraries across the city. The program is designed to help budding entrepreneurs prepare a business plan, provide access to a business advisor and other valuable resources and opportunities for networking with other entrepreneurs.
Hands-on digital marketing training for small businesses, non-profits, and those curious to learn more about technology.
Attend one of our relaxed and informative in-person public workshops in Toronto or bring Camp Tech to you by scheduling Group Training for your organization or community.
Offered through the Centre of Entrepreneurship, the Student Business Incubator is designed to enable and foster innovation and creativity amongst students from various disciplines, with the objective of helping to establish a sustainable business.
The Christie Ossington Neighbourhood Centre is dedicated to building upon the strengths and vision of community members to improve the quality of life in the Christie Ossington community. The Centre is focused on launching social enterprises through a number of their programs.
The Design Industry Advisory Committee (DIAC) organizes and leads seminars, workshops, networking events and design charrettes. These activities bring stakeholders from different sectors together to collaborate and to explore higher-level opportunities to leverage design and the work of our local design workforce.
Education Through Media is a youth-led organization that suPports those interested in the creative and technically fields. The Dolobox Television Initiative uses information and communications technologies alongside citizen journalism to provide youth from anywhere in Canada and from all backgrounds with an outlet to create, edit and air youth-developed media content relating to social justice, advocacy, entrepreneurship and financial literacy [...]
Enterprise Toronto is a one-stop source to start and grow your small business. A team of small business advisors can help entrepreneurs make the right decisions during their business start-up and help develop management capabilities as their business venture grows.