$50,000 in business funding available every year
Have a business idea that deserves funding? Every year, the Slaight New Venture Competition provides $25,000 to two TRSM student entrepreneurs. The annual student competition, organized by Enactus TMU, is made possible through the generosity of the Slaight Family Foundation.
Launch your big idea
The Ted Rogers School of Management is the school for students with big business ideas. Our innovation ecosystem includes TMU’s zones, incubators and joint ventures. Since 2010, more than 3,600 jobs have been created by 388 TMU startups, and TMU companies have received close to $563 million in total funding.
The innovation ecosystem
A physician-led, hospital-based health technology incubator located in the heart of downtown Toronto.
An interdisciplinary incubator for design and fabrication, where emerging entrepreneurs build their ideas.
The top-ranked university incubator in North America and third in the world, the DMZ helps startups succeed by connecting them with customers, advisors, influencers and other entrepreneurs.
Established by TMU’s Faculty of Engineering & Architectural Science, iBoost hosts teams who want to solve real customer problems and create startups around that solution.
A new lab anchored in sport innovation and created through the shared vision of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd. (MLSE) and Toronto Metropolitan University. The FSL brings together students, faculty, entrepreneurs, mentors, industry partners and sport properties to shape the global future of sport.
A co-working space for the people and ideas that will change the status quo of Canada’s legal system.
Empowering creative students towards progressive impact by addressing global challenges, while remodelling existing educational paradigms.
Designated by the Ashoka Foundation as Canada’s first “Changemaker Campus,” the SocialVentures Zone is where social innovation extends across research, classroom and student activities.
Provides fundamental entrepreneurial education to aspiring and emerging entrepreneurs.