Entrepreneurship - should we apply for the incubator or accelerator at UBC, and how can we get accepted?
In Vancouver, one of the local universities - the University of British Columbia, or UBC - offers companies and entrepreneurs amazing resources to help start a company, build a company, and scale a company. Find out if UBC's incubator and accelerator programs are a fit for you or your company.
UBC has 90,000 full-time students, faculty and staff, spends over $670million across over 9,500 different research projects each year, was ranked #34 in the world in 2021 - and ranked #1 for climate action globally - and have 8 nobel prize winners on faculty.
At this local world-class research and education institution, entrepreneurship@UBC works with around 100 different ventures at any given time. Over the past 9 years, entrepreneurship@UBC has supported 623 ventures, which together have raised $1.43billion in combined financing, generated $119million in combined revenue, and hired 1,056 employees.
Learn more about e@UBC and how you can get in and take advantage of extensive training sessions, networking and events, access over 200 volunteer business executives and startup exited entrepreneurs, Concept Fund, and 17 Entrepreneurs in Residence - all for free and without giving any equity.