Organizations & Groups

  • Startup Saskatoon- Part of the “Startup Canada Communities” network, providing entrepreneurs with a single doorway to enter their local entrepreneur community. By actively promoting all local events, startups, and resources, Startup Saskatoon aims to create a stronger, more connected community and accelerate entrepreneurial success.
  • Industry Liaison Office- Responsible for the commercialization of research and knowledge developed by the University's researchers, faculty, staff and graduate students
  • Futurpreneur- 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
  • Square OneA division of the Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority (SREDA), Square One is a one-stop shop providing information to Saskatchewan entrepreneurs and small-business owners interested in starting or expanding their business.
  • The Two Twenty- Community & co-working space in Saskatoon
  • Innovation Place- One of the most successful university-related research parks in North America
  • 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
  • BDC Saskatoon
  • Ideas Inc.- Access to office space in the river landing district & programming to propel your business to the next level
  • The Kolo Project- A volunteer-driven, non-profit organization created to foster collaboration, communication and timely action between all entrepreneurial stakeholder groups in Saskatchewan.
  • Saskatchewan Young Professionals & Entrepreneurs (SYPE)- Networking opportunities, including monthly luncheons, with a variety of speakers on topics from the economic climate facing Saskatchewan to everyday business issues
  • Start-Up Drinks Saskatoon- A free, monthly networking meetup for people interested in entrepreneurship and technology. Members include many of the area’s most active entrepreneurs, technologists, investors, and others interested in the local start-up scene
  • Next 36- Intensive program with up to $80K in seed capital and 9 months of CEO-level mentorship