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Strengthen Your Entrepreneurial Skills & Experience

The Humber Strategic Vision for Entrepreneurship incorporates training and education as the foundation, networking and workshops that build on in-class and experiential learning, and providing access to expertise and resources through existing networks. Entrepreneurship training is integral to the priority of demonstrating a sustained focus on teaching and learning excellence. While some programs are open to everyone, most will require membership sign up.

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Wed, 19 January 2022 | 09:00 AM
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Hackathon 2

Wed, 19 January 2022 | 09:00 AM
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Hackathon 3

Wed, 19 January 2022 | 09:00 AM
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Wed, 19 January 2022 | 09:00 AM

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Hackathon 5

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Indigenous Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Fri, 08 April 2022 | 11:00 AM

This session will explore some examples of historical contributions to innovation by Indigenous communities.

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As well as what is happening now and what could happen in the future. 

“Indigenous innovation” holds key characteristics: blending of traditional Indigenous knowledge, principles and ways of knowing with modern methods and frameworks for decision making and problem solving. 

Speaker: With our partnership with RBC, we have an Indigenous representative Michael Polak who will be leading this session. Michael is dedicated to leveraging Indigenous pathways to solve global problems through his gift of Two Eyed Seeing. By incorporating principles from the Haudenosaunee Great Peace into modern Innovation frameworks like Design Thinking, and Agile to develop what Michael has coined “Creation Centered Design” he is committed to helping organizations and community reconcile modern colonial knowledge and ancient Indigenous knowledge. Michael is also known as Ken’niwahkwahrita:a (Little Dipper) and is Mohawk, Bear Clan. His current roles include:

  • Portfolio Manager Atlantic, Media & Entertainment, RBC
  • National Chair, Royal Eagles Indigenous Community, RBC
  • Co-Chair, Indigenous Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship, City of Toronto
  • President, Akwekon Enterprises

BMO - Financial Basics Workshop (ON CAMPUS)

Tue, 31 May 2022 | 01:30 PM

Join us to learn more about banking, saving, budgeting, and setting financial goals. It's really pays off to start planning early!

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The Centre for Entrepreneurship is excited to present this BMO Financial Literacy for Students session.

This hands-on workshop is focused on:

• Everyday Banking Basics – The different types of accounts, ways to bank, and the basics of investing

• Budgeting Best Practices – How to set a budget and the benefits of doing so

• Optimizing Credit – How to make credit work for you

This is our first in-person workshop at the CfE, so join us at the beautiful G Building, room G105 (first floor) for snacks, learning and networking with our friends from BMO!

Funding Your Startup Workshop

Wed, 20 July 2022 | 04:30 PM

Join us for a discussion about the many different pathways that exist for obtaining the funds you need to launch and grow your business.

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Are you an early stage entrepreneur, or working on a business idea right now? Are you looking for more information on the ways that you can fund your growing venture? Our friends from Pocketed are joining us to share their knowledge about funding your startup. Learn about and explore bank loans, grants, investment and bootstrapping and alternative routes that you may not have considered!


Through this session you will:

• Ask your questions in a safe, welcoming environment. 

• Learn about the pros, cons, and expectations for each funding path

• Start thinking about which path may make the most sense for your venture and goals. 

• Gain free access to the Pocketed entrepreneurship grant searching platform to find funds to support your startup

Legal Basics For Entrepreneurs Workshop-Osgoode Venture Capital Clinic (Virtual)

Tue, 26 July 2022 | 12:00 PM

If you are an entrepreneur starting and growing your venture, this session is for you!


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Join us to learn about the legal basics for early stage entrepreneurial ventures and the types of free services offered by the Osgoode Venture Capital Clinic for startups who are in the financing and equity structuring stages of growth.

What: Virtual Workshop: Legal Basics For Entrepreneurs-Osgoode Venture Capital Clinic

When: Tuesday, July 26,2022 at 12:00pm

Where:Online Via Zoom (Please register on Eventbrite)

Legal services offered by the OVC include:

  • How can I optimize my business for a due diligence screen?
  • What type of contracts do I need to prepare?
  • How can I best set up ownership in order to reward employees?
  • What are the proper incorporation procedures?
  • How should I best negotiate this term sheet or financing round?
  • How can I best structure and protect my stake in the business?

Be Your Own Boss - Being Your Own Boss

Tue, 06 September 2022 | 06:00 PM

Location: 17 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive, Toronto, ON M8V 4B6

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