Canada’s Start-Up Visa (SUV) Program is intended to attract foreign entrepreneurs who wish to establish new, high-growth businesses in Canada. To be eligible for the Start-Up Visa program, entrepreneurs must be accepted into a program offered by a designated Canadian business incubator or accelerator like Spark Centre.
Spark Centre’s implementation of the IP Assist Program is designed to support innovative technology companies so they can understand, assess and make strategic business decisions with regards to their company’s Intellectual Property innovations.
The Amplify Program is a unique opportunity to gain access to seasoned entrepreneurs to create a tailored and actionable growth plan, designed to address specific growth challenges. Partnering with Spark Centre, Launch Lab has expanded access to the Amplify program, creating opportunity for businesses located from Durham to Hawkesbury.
Residency at Spark Centre is an opportunity for clients to participate in a joint working environment where startups, experts, and Spark Centre staff can work side by side.
Spark Centre we have a range of co-working spaces that can be rented on a monthly/daily and hourly basis. We also have our event space that can accommodate larger groups.
The Spark is Spark Centre’s quarterly publication centered around the incredible technology and innovation happening across Ontario’s eastern corridor.
We focus on hot new ventures, products, and services from up-and-coming entrepreneurs, and talk about what’s happening in business news and how it relates to pop culture. We feature businesspeople, entrepreneurs, leaders, and companies doing amazing things in the worlds of tech and innovation right in our backyard.