About University of Toronto Early-Stage Technology
The UTEST Program is part of U of T's growing ecosystem of incubators and commercialization support services. In partnership with MaRS Innovation and with the financial support of the Connaught Fund, it provides companies with start-up funding, mentoring, business strategy and office space in the MaRS Discovery District facility.
Latest University of Toronto Early-Stage Technology News
Aug 10, 2015
| News , Startups Aird & Berlis LLP (A&B) has become the sponsoring legal partner to the University of Toronto Early-Stage Technology Program (UTEST). UTEST is a 12-month incubation and acceleration program co-managed by the University of Toronto and MaRS Innovation that allows selected school-affiliated early-stage startup companies to incorporate, use office space, receive mentorship and access $30k in funding, with opportunities for follow-on funding from MaRS Innovation. “We are thrilled to partner with A&B and leverage their legal expertise for our startups and emerging companies,” said Kurtis Scissions, UTEST co-director. “To date, 17 companies, including Granata Decision Systems, Whirlscape, Crowdmark, eQOL and TrendMD, have successfully graduated from our program. We look forward to adding A&B’s Startups Team of lawyers to our mentorship group for the UTEST program, beginning in 2015.” RELATED: Communitech Announces Programs to help Startups Protect IP and get Legal Advice A&B’s Startups Team, led by Rebecca Kacaba and Mat Goldstein, offers a range of legal services to new companies in the technology, digital or consumer application spaces. The A&B Startups Team advises on all aspects of capital raising – including seed, angel and venture capital – as well as corporate development, mergers and acquisitions, product and technology licensing, privacy, anti-spam and other commercial considerations. Company: Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada The UTEST Program is part of the University of Toronto's growing ecosystem of incubators and commercialization support services. In partnership with MaRS Innovation, it provides nascent software companies with start-up funding, mentoring, business strategy and office space in the MaRS Discovery District facility. more Tweet Techvibes NewsDesk Techvibes is Canada's leading technology media property.Founded in 2002, Techvibes covers technology and business news that impacts Canadians. We combine breaking local news with international coverage to deliver a unique balance of insight and information.The Techvibes Newsdesk covers a broad beat and publishes general news stories.If you have a story you would like covered, email... more Who's Hiring
University of Toronto Early-Stage Technology Investments
University of Toronto Early-Stage Technology has made 29 investments. Their latest investment was in NanOlogy as part of their Incubator/Accelerator on April 4, 2019.
University of Toronto Early-Stage Technology Investments Activity
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