Startup Edmonton is an entrepreneurial campus and community hub, connecting entrepreneurs with skills, community and space to support them as they take ideas to reality.

Startup Edmonton is here to help with programs, workshops, community events and mentorship to support tech entrepreneurs every step of the way.

Since 2009, Startup Edmonton has created collisions – between developers, designers, makers, founders, investors and mentors – transforming ideas into tech-enabled products and companies.


14,000 square feet of program, community and
coworking space at the historic Mercer Warehouse

50,000+ attendees at events, programs and workshops

285+ meetups, events, workshops and socials annually

$60 million+ raised by affiliate companies and members

70+ companies launched since 2010

Taking the first steps towards building a product and company can be challenging. Figuring out where to start and what to do next can be frustrating; it gets messy and is hard work.

We’re here to help! At Startup Edmonton, we have programs, workshops, community events and mentorship to support you every step of the way.

Connect with a Community Manager to get started.

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Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Edmonton Startup, Jobber, Opens Toronto Office to Keep Pace with Global Growth

Jobber, the software platform that helps home service businesses be more successful, announced the opening of its Toronto, Canada office to support the rapid growth of its global customer base.

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Case Studies

Canada’s Marijuana Industry is Coming

With the Government of Canada having put forward its framework for the legalization of recreational cannabis, cities across the country will be looking to capitalize on the marijuana economy and its associated jobs, investment, and tax revenue. Edmonton will be no different, and it’s about time we started thinking strategically about how to make our mark in this new industry.

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Case Studies

How Does this Recession Compare to the Last?

Despite recent drops in the price of oil to back below $50 per barrel, most analysts and forecasters are expecting that 2017 will be the year Alberta climbs out of recession. Indeed, several of the province’s economic indicators began to climb back towards pre-recession levels late last year – this doesn’t mean Alberta is back to where it was before oil prices started dropping in summer 2014, but things are no longer getting worse.

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Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Startup Edmonton Shares How To Invest in Startups

In this article from Alberta Venture, Tiffany outlines some of the best steps founders of tech-enabled companies can take when considering investment and scaling their efforts.

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