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Jan
18

ACCELERATOR WEEKEND

Accelerator Weekend

Location: Fields Institute

Description: The Entrepreneurship Hatchery's Accelerator Weekend allows students to experience the life of an entrepreneur in the span of 28 hours

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Jan
23

Idea Market

Time:

January 23 from 16:00 - 17:00

Location:

620 Myhal Centre (55 St. George street)

The Entrepreneurship Hatchery holds weekly Idea Markets every Wednesday from 4-5PM in 620 Myhal Centre. These sessions encourage our students to join the Hatchery community and explore UofT’s budding entrepreneurship ecosystem. Our goal is to foster a collaborative, multidisciplinary environment and bring together different perspectives to build productive connections within UofT. An Idea Market is a casual ideation platform for students who are looking to meet like-minded peers and potentially spark the creation of their own start-up. The Hatchery seeks to connect individuals with similar passions from across disciplines so that they can generate and share their ideas in order to apply for the upcoming 2019 Cohort that will go through the rigorous development of their startup in the Summer of 2019. Apart from fostering connections between people, another objective of the Idea Market is to get a sense of what The Hatchery is all about. Have questions about The Hatchery or the startup scene? Do bring them up! We hope to see students from different academic and technical backgrounds. It is a space to come together, network, build versatile teams and learn more about how you can get involved and realize your entrepreneurial aspirations. Unable to make it to the physical event? Join our Virtual Idea Market NOW

Jan
29

Speaker Series - Richard Berman

Time:

January 29 from 12:00 - 13:00

Location:

Sandford Fleming - Room 3201

After graduating from Trinity College in 1992, Richard studied at the graduate journalism program at Ryerson before working as a newspaper and magazine reporter. He shifted careers into marketing for high-tech and financial-services companies in 1996, and after holding management positions at top global PR agencies and serving as the director of communications for a public software company, Richard founded VerbFactory in 2003. The agency, which is based in San Francisco and New York, focuses on helping technology and financial services companies grow their businesses by telling their stories through branding, writing, and media relations. Richard recently relocated to his adopted hometown of Toronto to start a practice focused on the growing Canadian technology community. He has written more than 1400 articles for publications including the San Francisco Chronicle and the Silicon Valley Business Journal on topics ranging from classic cars to baseball, and also played bass on a Grammy-nominated album.  

Sep
04

Demo Day

Time:

September 04 from 00:00 - 00:00

Location:

TBD

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