The Accelerator Centre (AC) is a technology incubator head quartered in Waterloo. The AC helps to build strong, lasting businesses through outstanding client experience and excellence in organizational and product development. The AC has supported more than 200 companies and 93% of program graduates remain thriving businesses.
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 [...]
Biomedical Zone is a newly established joint collaboration between Ryerson University and St Michael’s Hospital. Biomedical Zone is:
An innovative collaboration space for entrepreneurs, clinicians, and scientists,
A domain of clinical immersion for entrepreneurs and biomedical innovators to advance commercial ventures, and
A conduit for clinicians and scientists to leverage entrepreneurial resources of the DMZ.
The Biomedical Zone is [...]
The Community Innovation Lab is where entrepreneurs go for cutting edge, unique training programs to help take their business to the next level. Whether you have a start-up or an established business, Community Innovation Lab programs can help. We are funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation, Ontario Centres of Excellence and other community partners. The programs are free to attend [...]
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 [...]
Futurpreneur Canada has been fueling the entrepreneurial passions of Canada’s young enterprise since 1996. We are the only national, non-profit organization that provides financing, mentoring and business resources to aspiring business owners aged 18-39. We connect these young entrepreneurs with the support they need to turn their ideas into thriving businesses and create employment opportunities for themselves and others.
HELIX helps ventures from their earliest stages to launch, continuing its support once the company is in market and making revenue. HELIX supported 70 entrepreneurs in 2019, and has helped grow 560 ventures since 2014.
Heritage Skills Development Centre offers a Youth Entrepreneurship Program that provides self employment training opportunities, business counseling and mentoring, and business network support.
Established by Ryerson University’s Faculty of Engineering & Architectural Science, iBoost Zone hosts teams who want to solve real customer problems and create startups around that solution.
We offer a high touch environment, focusing on key milestones to drive your startup forward. We don’t take equity, charge rent, or have any high pressure deadlines for achieving funding through [...]
ICUBE is the place for social entrepreneurship at University of Toronto. We offer coworking space, resources, programs, workshops and events for people who are changing the world. If you want to make a difference, ICUBE is here to help you make it.
League of Innovators (LOI) is a national Canadian charity with a goal of building entrepreneurial acumen for youth, at scale. League of Innovators is a suite of accessible programs (accelerators, workshops) and tools to provide youth educational experiences that shorten their path to success, empower their ability to be their own boss, and amplify their impact as future innovators and [...]
Next 36 is a program that accelerates the growth of Canada’s most talented young entrepreneurs by providing mentorship, capital, and unparalleled founder development.
Each year, we choose 36 young Canadian innovators and challenge them to build a new business venture or iterate and scale an existing idea with enormous potential.
For eight months, these young entrepreneurs are mentored by [...]