T- Hub, The city's startup incubator and the mentor for hundred's of startups in the city and across the country, is having one of the best years since their inception as they have helped a countless number of startups take flight in the world through various programs, competitions, and fundraising seed events.
T-Hub is now going global as they have decided to partner with Toronto Business Development Centre's(TBDC) B-Hive to organize a virtual meet-up titled 'Going Global with your Startup' for entrepreneurs. This virtual meet and partnership aim to recognize international startups seeking to grow in Canada and assist them in exploring opportunities in technology, capital, and talent. The event shed light on the startup scene in Canada and which industries are growing, and which industries still need time and more exposure.
This meet also highlighted the current existing Canada Startup Visa Program and Brampton Innovation District. Canada has been an excellent country for startups in the last few years as it is ranked among the top 5 in the world this year for startup ecosystems and has some brilliant business and made up for the losses it incurred due to the pandemic.
Toronto's Business Development Centre, B-Hive, focuses on taking the Canadian startup scene to the next level by inviting international startups to understand the growth opportunities here and exclaimed that T-Hub from India would be quite resourceful in their journey.
T-Hub's CEO, Ravi Narayan, expressed how India and Canada have always been supportive of startups and have a healthy startup ecosystem. The CEO also said how this opportunity by the TBDC to invite international startups to grow in Canada might be beneficial for potential Indian startups that need a global market to grow their organization. This will soon be a two-way thing as India will also allow some of Canada's best startups to enter the Indian market to become part of our growing economy.