Entrepreneur Expo

Entrepreneur EXPO

  • Do you have an innovative idea that you would like to explore further?
  • Have you ever thought of starting your own business?
  • Would you like to talk to people who have created a cool concept?
  • Do you know what funding options are available to you?

Entrepreneur EXPO is a showcase of innovative ideas that have sprung from UTSC talent to inspire and encourage the entrepreneurial spirit on campus.

Students and alumni who have taken their ideas to the next level will be on hand to talk about their business and how they achieved their goal . In addition, campus organizations and community/government agencies that support entrepreneurship though education, advising or funding, will be available to speak about their programs and services. FREE FOOD! PRIZES!

 

Start Your Own Summer Business

Thursday, February 1, 2018 | 11:00 am to 12:00pm | The Hub

Next summer, work for the best boss ever . . . you!
Every summer, Enterprise Toronto delivers a program designed to foster the entrepreneurial spirit in students aged 15 to 29 who are returning to school in the fall.In place of a summer job, students have the opportunity to be their own boss. All that’s required is a good summer company idea, a detailed business plan, commitment and hard work. In return, students receive hands-on training from successful business people, financial support with awards up to $3,000, and the opportunity to find out if they have what it takes to be an entrepreneur.

Presented by Vik Jain, Small Business Advisor/ Lead Co-ordinator Starter Company, Enterprise Toronto. Reserve your seat by registering at cln.utoronto.ca>Workshops and Events Calendar>UTSC Academic Advising & Career Centre Workshops & Events.

 

 

Keynote Speaker: Hamza Khan

Thursday, February 1, 2018 | 12:00 am to 12:30pm | The Hub

Hamza Khan is a multi-award winning marketer & entrepreneur. He's the Managing Director of Student Life Network, Canada’s most comprehensive resource hub dedicated to helping and empowering millions of students across the country. He co-founded both Splash Effect, a boutique marketing & creative agency, as well as SkillsCamp, a soft skills training company. The author of "The Burnout Gamble," Hamza has spoken at more than 50 events (including 2 TEDx events) across 20 cities and 8 countries, to more than 15,000 people. He is a faculty member at Seneca College and Ryerson University, teaching courses on digital marketing and social media. Through his consulting, writing, teaching and speaking, Hamza empowers people and businesses to transform ideas into action. Learn more at www.hamzakhan.ca

 

Expo

Thursday, February 1, 2018 | 12:00 am to 2:00 pm | Instructional Centre

2018 Exhibitors

Entrepreneurs

ManageMUN
Mmnox Canada
Transcend Toronto Seo
StageKeep Inc.
KFMC
Flute Systems, Inc.
Trybe
JungleRocket
Eastbound Comedy Theatre
Wever Technologies Inc.

Resource Providers

Academic Advising & Career Centre
Arts & Science Coop
Department of Arts, Culture and Media
Department of Management
Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Enterprise Toronto
Innovative Solutions Canada
Management and Economics Students' Association
The Hub
Next Canada
UofT Entrepreneurship  The Hatchery
UTSC Library

Keep checking back as more organizations are confirmed...

 

 

Would you like to be an Exhibitor?
Are you a UTSC student or alumni who has started their own business and would like to share your experience? Are you a campus organization or community/government agency that supports entrepreneurship through education, advising or funding?
Interested in being an exhibitor or would like to find out more details?
See our FAQ and contact Sooji Kim soojik.kim@utoronto.ca Spaces are limited!

Note: While the event is not for soliciting/selling goods and services, it is a wonderful opportunity to showcase, promote and build awareness regarding your product/service/concept. 

 

For more information on University of Toronto Scarborough Entrepreneurship initiatives see:

uoft.me/UTSCentrepreneurship

#startupUTSC

Entrepreneur Expo was made possible, in part, by a grant from the Ontario Centres of Excellence.