Yes. MaRS helps entrepreneurs bring new and innovative ideas to the marketplace. We offer a comprehensive range of business services. And experienced advisors guide our clients every step of the way. MaRS works with entrepreneurs in a range of sectors, including:
Originally treated as a separate practice, social innovation has since been recognized as an overarching area of focus at MaRS, given the growing number of MaRS ventures across all practice areas that identify a social purpose. If you are seeking advisory services within one of our practice areas (including education ventures, which lie within the MaRS ICE practice) and feel that an additional consultation with a member of our social innovation team would help advance your social mission, we encourage you to discuss this with your intake advisor.
Our goal? To build great companies. And a vibrant and diverse Canadian economy.
MaRS learning programs are designed to encourage innovation, collaboration, and knowledge. Register for an on-going series. Take part in a special event. Or join the community online. Online options include our smart and simple Entrepreneur’s Toolkit. Articles, videos and workbooks to help you grow your business.
MaRS clients get current, relevant information when they need it. About their industry, competitors, market, potential investors and partners, intellectual property, and best business practices. Our market intelligence team is led by analysts with expertise in IT, software, telecom, pharmaceutical and health care, biotechnology, and cleantech.
Early-stage capital can be critical to a venture’s success.
Our advisors work with MaRS clients to help determine their capital requirements. Prepare their presentation. And get them in front of the right potential investors.
MaRS has developed relationships with public and private investors.
- Darren Anderson, Vive Nano Founder