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foundersbeta Staff asked 7 months ago

Parkdale Centre for Innovation, an incubator focused on inclusion and equity, announces that applications are now open for the Early Stage Entrepreneurship Program powered by Google.org.

At Parkdale Centre, the Early Stage Entrepreneurship program focuses on providing business frameworks and entrepreneurship skills to founders looking to start and grow their business. The full program is 12 weeks, where participants meet once a week, with an option to co-work throughout the week, create a roadmap, access mentorship and become part of a supportive network.

Google.org’s Community Grant will support Parkdale Centre’s Early Stage Entrepreneurship Program during the Winter and Spring cohorts of 2020. The 12-week program will offer 30 professionals and entrepreneurs the opportunity to build a roadmap for their project, business, or startup, and will help to provide access to Parkdale member benefits, including program participation, advising, mentorship and networking.

At the end of the program, successful participants will be invited to Parkdale Centre’s Startup Accelerator, to scale their projects through a network of advisors, partners, and investors.

Launched in the summer of 2018, Parkdale Centre for Innovation has been running events, workshops and programs supporting hundreds of professionals and entrepreneurs to start, grow, and take their projects and careers to the next level. 

Applications are now open for Parkdale Centre’s Early Stage Entrepreneurship program’s Spring Intake, apply here