Every great enterprise starts with a single idea. We’re there when those ideas need a little help.
Through our Business/Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship research, the city of Toronto essentially becomes a living laboratory for our students and partners alike, crossing diverse industries and needs.
Our approach and facilities support these activities at virtually every stage, including: education and training in entrepreneurship; access to entrepreneurial advice and expertise via coaching and mentoring programs; experiential training via working side-by-side with small- and medium-sized enterprises on technology development, product development and applied research projects; specialized support for emerging entrepreneurs across multiple sectors; and support for existing student-led businesses.
The Institute without Boundaries (IwB) is a Toronto-based academic program and studio that focuses on collaborative design practice with the objectives of social, ecological and economic innovation through design research and strategy. LEARN MORE.
The Digital Media and Gaming Incubator supports the city’s digital sectors by providing affordable space, business and professional services, and technology and human resources to startup companies, freelancers and sole proprietors. LEARN MORE.
startGBC is the gateway to entrepreneurship at George Brown College, a virtual hub connecting students, alumni and the community with resources, programs and support to foster a culture of entrepreneurship on campus and beyond. LEARN MORE.