Whether you're new to commercialization or an experienced entrepreneur, this guide is a quick and easy way to access the most useful resources the library has to offer, including market research, journals, books, toolkits, and information on financing and business plans.
If you have questions about these resources, or about your research in general, please get in touch. We love to hear about your ventures!
Book a 30 minute online research consultation with a market research specialist, provided over Zoom videoconferencing.
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We offer a robust series of library workshops for startups, updated in our workshops guide. Please note in-person workshops are on hold indefinitely. We are offering online workshops as listed in the workshops guide.
University of Toronto Entrepreneurship Office - Helping students and researchers make the leap from idea to commercialization are 11 incubators across U of T’s three campuses. Budding entrepreneurs can also meet up and collaborate at ONRamp. Find a list of campus accelerators and incubators as well as a directory of U of T startups.
The Innovations & Partnerships Office (IPO) helps build successful partnerships between industry, business, government, and the University of Toronto research community and manages U of T’s portfolio of intellectual property. See their Startup Guidebook and Inventor's Guide.
User Experience (UX) Lab - Located at Robarts Library, the UX Lab is the University's first space dedicated to studying and supporting User Experience (UX) research and design. The UX Lab is open to U of T students, staff, and faculty by appointment or during weekly drop-in sessions.
MADLab - Located at Gerstein Science Information Centre, MADLab is devoted to accelerating mobile software development at University of Toronto. The Lab hosts equipment (3D Printers, VR), collaborative workspace, user groups, one-on-one consultations, and workshops, and is open to all University of Toronto students, staff and faculty. Other 3D printing services on campus include Robarts Library, UTSC Library makerspace, MedPrint, and the Hatchery.
The Milt Harris Library (formerly the Business Information Centre) at the Rotman School of Management offers support for business research including entrepreneurship.
Toronto Public Library provides access to business databases and online research tools for current U of T students and all residents of Toronto.
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