SparQ Studios is open to anyone in the community who wants to familiarize themselves with modern making equipment, learn new skills, and complete their own creative projects.
QyourVenture guides participants' entrepreneurial journey in a tiered program that unlocks opportunities and resources as you and your team demonstrate your commitment and make progress in building your venture.
The program provides participants with access to workshops, legal services, numerous online resources, the opportunity to network and collaborate with fellow entrepreneurs, and profile via the QPI website and social media channels.
Queen's Partnerships and Innovation staff include patent agents and commercialization experts who help eligible startups develop and implement or strengthen an intellectual property strategy.
Queen's Partnerships and Innovation staff organize monthly workshops on various topics of interest to entrepreneurs building and growing science or technology-based companies.
Queen's Partnerships and Innovation recommends eligible entrepreneurs and startups to receive legal services, from the Queen's Business Law Clinic, that are provided by Queen's law students who receive training and oversight from practicing lawyers.
The QBLC seeks to provide Queen’s Law students with a unique professional development opportunity while instilling in them the values of community service and the pro bono tradition.
Join Queen’s Venture Network (Toronto) online for a session of mini Ted’esque talks as we hear from a variety of founders and funders.
A startup incubation program where founders receive no-cost training, mentorship, and office space from May to August to launch their own venture
If you’ve got a winning idea for starting a new business and are a student who is not afraid of hard work, you should consider applying to the Summer Company program to make your Summer Company a reality.
The purpose of the program is to support women new to Canada in starting their own business, learning to become an entrepreneur, and supporting each other in the launch of their business.
EIR support provides as-needed advice and guidance to companies who are looking to address specific challenges or needs.
As the world looks to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, now is the time for the entrepreneurially-minded to step up to address pressing social and environmental challenges, and to develop the 21st century skills needed to succeed.
The digital lead generators work to build you a digital presence that turns your website into a powerful lead generation tool.
Queen's Partnerships and Innovation staff organize weekly workshops and networking opportunities for women entrepeneurs in eastern Ontario.
We are fueled by passion and creativity, using both innovation and technology to help companies grow and love their brand.
We use a variety of tools to conduct our work such as partnering on grants and projects, designing and delivering custom training, and contracting the use of College resources and services.
The Innovation Hub is focused on making innovative learning strategies and opportunities accessible to the community.
The Market-Focused Research (MFR) program is designed for faculty members, post-doctoral fellows and graduate students conducting healthcare-related research..