Resources for UoG student entrepreneurs.
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The Wood Centre (formerly CBaSE) offers a number of programs and resources for students interested in pursuing entrepreneurial ideas.
The Hub is the University's student incubator offering U of G students and alumni funding, dedicated office space and access to experienced entrepreneurs. Take your startup to the next level by applying to the Hub.
There are many programs available for youth between the ages 15 and 29. The Guelph-Wellington Business Enterprise Centre supports Youth in Business through consultations, training, and mentoring to educate them on starting a business as a career option.
The local Regional Innovation Centre, Innovation Guelph helps ideas start, grow, and thrive by cultivating entrepreneurs, developing powerful partnerships, and supporting innovative initiatives. Innovation Guelph offers several business support programs to accelerate start-ups and SMEs.
Located within The Tannery District downtown Kitchener, is the focal point of knowledge creation within the rising sector - serving as a clubhouse of innovation for digital media companies and entrepreneurs, and driving the creation of new companies and jobs locally, across Waterloo Region and throughout Ontario.
MaRS is a not-for-profit corporation located downtown Toronto. Its stated goal is to commercialize publicly funded medical research and other technologies with the help of local private enterprises and as such is a public-private partnership.
Accelerator Guelph is the University of Guelph's business incubator specifically designed for faculty, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows with an Agri-food or Bio-tech business idea founded on University of Guelph Research, who want to get their startup company to market faster
A Research Innovation Immersion Grant supports the cost of researchers, postdoctoral and graduate students in 1-week to 3-month placements at innovative companies.