- Access to talent and funding opportunities
- Connections with industry leaders
- Introductions to R&D opportunities
- Local knowledge of their community and catchment area
Want to learn more about
becoming an innovation hub within the EOIC?
Queen’s University can provide access to a variety of support for research and development that complement business growth, acceleration and other business development programming. Queen’s University Partnerships and Innovations (QPI) team supports connections with Queen’s top-tier academic experts, students, research facilities, equipment and technology/IP. These resources can be leveraged for collaborative projects to greatly enhance product development and commercialization. Talent can also be accessed through a variety of student projects, internship opportunities and recruitment support.
2 Simcoe St. S, Oshawa, ON
The Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce
5000 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON
Okwaho Equal Source
York Rd., PO Box 164, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, ON
Okwaho Equal Source was established in 2015 and is a highly sought-after leader and change agent in Indigenous-inspired social enterprise, social innovation, social finance, and social procurement models in Canada. Okwaho Equal Source is a trusted Indigenous consultancy, design-thinking firm, program developer and research think tank. Okwaho Equal Source is proudly woman-led and 100% Indigenous-owned and is headquartered in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, Ontario.