As we build on our programs, we are happy to collaborate with the supportive Saskatchewan entrepreneurial community. We will continue to work closely and effectively with all organizations in support of entrepreneurship to ensure the Wilson Centre remains one of the leading university-based entrepreneurial centres in Canada. Some of our closest partners include:
Industry Liaison Office: Responsible for the commercialization of research and knowledge developed by the University's researchers, faculty, staff and graduate students
Canadian Youth Business Foundation (CYBF)- A national charity providing pre-launch coaching, business resources, start-up financing and mentoring to help youth 18-34 start their own businesses
Community Futures- 13 offices throughout the province provide support to entrepreneurs in any stage of business in the form of financial or capital loans, training and mentoring, and business advice
The Kolo Project- A volunteer-driven, non-profit organization created to foster collaboration, communication and timely action between all entrepreneurial stakeholder groups in Saskatchewan
Junior Achievement- Deliver innovative programs that stimulate and inspire elementary, middle and high school students to value free enterprise, understand business and economics, and develop entrepreneurial and leadership skills
A full list of local organizations & groups available to support early stage entrepreneurs can be found here.