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.
ACCESS Community Capital Fund provides microloans ($5,000 to $15,000) for people with poor or no credit scores, and those that cannot access loans from traditional banks. Access Community Capital Fund has supported roughly 200 companies across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area since being founded in Toronto in 1999. With the advent of remote work, the group is [...]
Acme Works is a member of the growing global co-working movement, and shares the belief that productivity and creativity are enhanced by collaboration with other like-minded individuals. In addition to the supportive work environment, ACME members enjoy access to our network of experts, including lawyers, accountants, marketers, and senior executives available for consultation on an hourly basis. ACME members also [...]
BrandProject provides the financial and operational resources to help early stage companies rapidly scale. We take a strategic approach to building solid foundations, focusing on key business building pillars. Our world-class team provides the specific expertise needed to rapidly scale businesses with Founders, exponentially increasing a startups probability of success.
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.
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.
The DMZ at Ryerson University is one of Canada’s largest business incubators for emerging tech startups. The top-ranked university incubator in North America and third in the world, it helps startups succeed by connecting them with customers, advisors, influencers and other entrepreneurs.
The DMZ is open to all startups that meet its criteria — no Ryerson affiliation is required. Startups [...]