Scadding Court Community Centre offers entrepreneurship training programs and supports tailored to specific communities including; low-income self-identifying women, newcomers to Canada, creative entrepreneurs, racialized women, and e-commerce entrepreneurs.
This program is offered partnership with Toronto Metropolitan University’s Diversity Institute, and funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. The Newcomer Entrepreneurship Hub (NEH) program offers aspiring newcomer entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs FREE pre-incubation training by industry professionals and experts, mentorship by local entrepreneurs and other business professionals, access to networking and pop-up market opportunities, and wraparound supports.
Cohorts are currently offered in hybrid format, with week-day Zoom sessions and Saturday sessions on-site at TMU.For registration details, please email Grace Cameron at firstname.lastname@example.org
Market 707 is Toronto’s most unique street food and retail market. Local entrepreneurs offer a wide variety of delicious international street food, along with unique goods and services to create an urban food and shopping environment unlike any other. Stop by, apply to be a vendor and check out the online site here! Generally open 9am-7pm, hours of individual vendors may vary.
MARKET 707 EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FORM
This form is for prospective vendors to Market 707 to be considered as stalls become available. Please fill in and submit this form and any attachments explaining your business and we will get back to you.
A women-led social enterprise, Stitch Lab provides both accessible adult education and skills development opportunities, as well as meaningful economic participation activities, that contribute to waste reduction. Check out our products online today! There are no times right now related to this program. Interested parties should contact us about registering for the next intake session.
This program is offered partnership with Toronto Metropolitan University’s Diversity Institute and is funded by Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services, Office of Womens’ Issues. The Women’s Entrepreneurship Hub (NEH) program offers low-income, self-identifying women FREE pre-incubation training by industry professionals and experts, mentorship by local entrepreneurs and other business professionals, access to networking and pop-up market opportunities, and wraparound supports.
Cohorts are currently offered in hybrid format, with week-day Zoom sessions and Saturday sessions on-site at TMU.
For registration details, please email Grace Cameron at email@example.com
This free e-commerce program is an extension of the Stitch Lab and Entrepreneurship Hub training initiatives offered by Scadding Court Community Centre. e-Hub is now generously funded through the City of Toronto’s Business Incubation and Commercialization Grant Program.
The e-Hub Creatives program offers workshop sessions taught by industry experts and members of the local business community,1:1 clinic opportunities with industry experts, and a free product or portrait photography shoot.
Eligibility: e-Hub serves Greater Toronto-Area based self-identifying women with existing creative businesses or current business ideas. Examples include: fashion designers, illustrators, jewelry makers, and other makers and artisans.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
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We welcome feedback on making our services more accessible. Please send suggestions by email, phone, or visit the reception desk. Our building has ramps, an elevator, allows service animals and welcomes support persons.
707 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5T 2W6
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.