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Business Link is a nonprofit organization that helps entrepreneurs navigate the steps towards starting their own business. They help with one-one-one support, market research, access to experts, networking opportunities, and specialized support for Indigenous entrepreneurs.
Cowork Edmonton is an alliance of independent coworking spaces across Edmonton. They work towards making more space available for flexible work across Edmonton. Members include Homestead, URBN Cowork, Spark Centre, UnitB, Food Central, Grow Centre Cowork, and more.
The ATC provides a collaborative work environment for growth-stage technology companies, and offers growth-accelerating programs, development advice, and support services. Companies working in biotechnology, life sciences, or nontechnology, can access specialized lab spaces at the neighbouring Biotechnology Business Development Centre.
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.
TEC Edmonton is a business accelerator that helps emerging tech companies grow through funding and financing guidance, programs and accelerators, and licensing opportunities. As a joint venture of the University of Alberta and EEDC, TEC operates Edmonton’s largest accelerator for scale-up tech companies and manages the commercialization of UAlberta research.