The list of best Canadian cities for entrepreneurs is lead by Vancouver, but if the west coast’s high real estate prices or damp climate are not your things, there are several other options in Canada.
Any good entrepreneur knows that export is the way to increase revenues exponentially; however, not all venture out to look for new markets for their products abroad due to a variety of reasons and risks.
If you think your company is ready for an angel investor, look no further. San Francisco based AngelList is a company that connects startups with angel investors and has now launched a new program for Canadian startups. The premise of the program is simple but effective, AngelList will help you connect with an angel investor and has a deadline of August 30.
Downtown Kitchener is now referred to as the innovation district and houses around 45 startups leading to around 800 new jobs.
Just as diversifying your income is important, a small business should not be dependent on one source of financing. Here we’re looking at some of the best sources of finance for a small business.
Finish entrepreneur Marcus Räder, CEO of travel tech company Hostaway recently wrote an editorial explaining why he felt Toronto was the perfect place to start his company.
Toronto-Waterloo is the top startup ecosystem in Canada says the Startup Genome’s report. Toronto-Waterloo corridor took the top spot for the startup ecosystem in Canada while Vancouver lost its place in the top 20.
Top start-ups from the University of Toronto to watch out for. The University of Toronto has successfully branded itself as an innovation and research hub and academic incubator over the years.
A new local grocery delivery service, Food To You, launched at the end of March in Toronto just as the Coronavirus outbreak was in full swing.
The University of Toronto’s True Blue fund supports new early-stage startups. Early-stage startups at the University of Toronto will soon have access to a new financial support fund worth up to $5 million.