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Jan 24, 2017

York Entrepreneurship Development Institute Taking Applications

The York Entrepreneurship Development Institute ("YEDI"), an incubator and accelerator associated with York University, is now taking applications from early-stage startups for its four-month program. YEDI offers a number of program streams for various types of startups, including an "International Start-Up" stream for foreign entrepreneurs, and notably caters to not-for-profits and social enterprises, alongside for-profit ventures. YEDI prides itself on its eclectic roster of participants and a robust approach to mentorship and commercialization, and has graduated over 100 startups since its inception.

The application deadline for the current cohort is February 10, 2017. Further information on the application process and the program as a whole is available at YEDI's website.

 

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