Thinkubator by Ryerson University and Tangerine
Ryerson University and Tangerine team up to launch a unique business incubation space for Canadian start-ups.
Ryerson University and Tangerine launches of their new ‘Thinkubator,’ a unique business incubation space for Canadian start-ups looking to grow. With a focus on digital workforce solutions and fin-tech companies, the ultimate goal of the Thinkubator is to foster innovative solutions to help Canadians live better lives.
Housed on the second floor of Tangerine’s Downtown Toronto Café across from the Eaton Centre, the Ryerson Tangerine Thinkubator provides valuable shared work space in addition to mentorship and support for participating companies. This support encourages the collaboration and innovation required for emerging start-ups to develop and grow to their full potential.
«We’re proud to be working with Ryerson University to build a new community of local entrepreneurs who will be behind some of Canada’s latest innovations,»says Brenda Rideout, Chief Strategy Officer at Tangerine.«At Tangerine we’re continually focused on innovation through technology to make our clients’ lives better, and the Thinkubator is an extension of this focus, as we support those who share the same passion for advancement.»
Since launching the DMZ in 2010, one of Canada’s largest business incubators and the top ranked university-based incubator in North America, Ryerson University continues to earn a reputation as a world class institution in the incubation space. «The Thinkubator is clearly aligned with Ryerson University’s vision to foster entrepreneurship, serve societal needs and engage with communities,» says Dr. Mohamed Lachemi, Interim President, Ryerson University.