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Gerstein Science Information Centre


Recommended resources for research related to entrepreneurship, startups and commercialization: from science and technology literature to market research and patents.


Indigenous entrepreneurs are the fastest growing demographic of entrepreneurs in Canada, according to Startup Canada. This page is designed to provide easy access to a selection of resources designed for Indigenous entrepreneurs in the U of T community.

Start with the Best Bets below, or skip to any of the following sections:

Education & Training | Funding | Mentorship & Networking

For business planning, market research and more, please visit the relevant pages in the Entrepreneurship Research Guide on the navigation to your left.

For resources from discipline-specific perspectives such as law, language and health, see Indigenous Studies at U of T

Best Bets - Start here

Education and Training


Inclusion on this page is not an endorsement by U of T Libraries. Text below is adapted from the site descriptions.

For more funding sources for U of T entrepreneurs, please visit the U of T Entrepreneurship site.

Mentorship and Networking