Startup Canada Day: Canada’s entrepreneurs and decision makers are gathering on the Hill

In a few days, on November the 21th , the largest-ever contingent of Canadian entrepreneurs will congregate at the seat of Canada’s government, on Ottawa’s Parliament Hill, to engage in a national celebration of Canadian entrepreneurship.  

Bringing together government, business leaders, entrepreneurs, media and key stakeholders in the Canadian entrepreneurship ecosystem, Startup Canada Day on the Hill is a national celebration of Canadian entrepreneurship and a demonstration to Canada’s leaders the momentum of both the impact and scale of the grassroots, startup movement in Canada.

Startup Canada on the Hill will feature panel discussions and keynote speeches from industry, community and government leaders, all designed to strengthen the national culture of entrepreneurship in Canada and remove barriers to startup growth by connecting the individuals and organizations vital to the success of entrepreneurship in Canada. According to the official site of Startup Canada Day the event will  attend more than 650 people, including ministers, members of parliament, entrepreneurs and business leaders.

During the event discussions on the crucial role  of  partnerships between entrepreneurs, independent organizations and government in maximizing entrepreneurial success ,will be carried out. Moreover, Startup Canada will be making a number of announcements that have implications on our local startup communities and our national entrepreneurship ecosystem.

Startup Canada on the Parliament hill, is supported by the Build in Canada Innovation Program, Export Development Canada, Canada Business, CANARIE, Wesley Clover, Sparks Street, the University of Ottawa, iPolitics and Market2World and Microsoft. Startup Canada’s sponsors include Microsoft, Gowlings, ScotiaBank, McMillan LLP and LeBarge Weinstein LLP.
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