• Want to change the world through technology?
  • Want to launch your own tech venture before you even leave university?
  • Interested in accessing real funds, resources, expert training and exclusive networks to get started?

High impact entrepreneurship happens when inspired ideas and strong teams are supercharged with hands-on training, mentorship, resources and funding, and what makes those teams strong is complementary knowledge and talent. The Beedie School of Business and Mechatronic Systems Engineering (MSE) from the Faculty of Applied Sciences have come together for the Ken Spencer Entrepreneur Incubator, Technology Entrepreneurship@SFU: A BCIC Program.

Through the tech e@sfu program, SFU’s brightest third and fourth year Mechatronics , Business and Entrepreneurship students are brought together to develop a market-inspired and solution-driven technological product and pitch for the funds to take it from bench-top to market.

Note: Please note that as of 2016, Tech e@SFU is also open to students from all faculties who are registered in the Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship and will be ready to take the two entrepreneurship capstones (BUS 477 & BUS 406) with the rest of their cohort.

Interested, business, entrepreneurship and mechatronics students are encouraged to check out the program details and apply.

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