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Entrepreneurship can be overwhelming when you first start exploring the idea of launching a product or opening a business. Startup Edmonton programs connect you with a community of peers, point you towards resources, and help you map out business fundamentals. Startup Edmonton supports entrepreneurs as they start and grow tech companies. They bring together founders, mentors, talent, and investors to transform ideas into companies.
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Startup Edmonton

Startup Edmonton supports entrepreneurs as they start and grow tech companies. They bring together founders, developers, mentors, students, and investors to transform ideas into some of Canada’s most exciting and successful companies. They help in four ways: mentorship and programs, workspace, talent, and community.
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Edmonton is the best place to take a risk, to fail, to succeed, and to take a new idea into the world.
Don Iveson Mayor

Questions?

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to Startup Edmonton.

Lauren Briske
Lauren Briske
Startup Edmonton Operations Manager
Email lauren@startupedmonton.com
Adam Danyleyko
Adam Danyleyko
Startup Edmonton Community Manager
Email adanyleyko@edmonton.com

Looking for a specific city of Edmonton Service?

Licences and permits

The City of Edmonton issues a wide range of permits which include, development permits, mechanical permits, lot structural change permits, emergency permits, safety permits, and Utility Line Assignment (ULA) permits. For more information, visit the Edmonton Service Centre at 2nd Floor, 10111 - 104 Avenue.

Small business support

Connect directly with the City of Edmonton for information on Business Improvement Areas, strategies and projects to support local and emerging economies, and funding initiatives and programs.

Business assessment and taxes

Each year, the City of Edmonton conducts property and Business Improvement Area assessments. Business Improvement Area assessments help determine a tax amount that goes toward services and programs within designated zones. Assessment notices and tax bills are mailed in mid-February, with taxes due by March 31.