4th October 2011

New Incubator Coming To Toronto Next Month

incubesIn November 2011, [IN]cubes, will open its doors, desks, chairs and expertise.  [IN]cubes is the first private incubator in Canada’s business district, to be focused on the grass-roots, bootstrapped, entrepreneurs who have a great ideas. INcubes is a makeshift, social, and flexible office, holding companies in private offices and a co-working space in the midst with individual desks, at King and Bathurst Street. INcubes provides space, funding, business development services, and guidance to select extraordinary companies focused on digital technology and innovation.  The goal of [IN]cubes is to provide a space that is well equipped, with all the resources necessary for a start-up company to become successful.  Young businesses will be surrounded by the people, support and tools needed.

Select entrepreneurs apply, and are given offices and incubation services free of charge. More talent operates out of the co-working area, where solo freelancers or small teams can operate at affordable rented desks.  All the facilities of a large organization would have, and in the heart of Toronto’s downtown core. Amenities such as, reception, boardrooms, a kitchenette, washrooms, and cleaning services, will be at the participants disposal.

A. Traviss Corry, business developer and onsite facilitator of [IN]cubes and an internet entrepreneur, believes that [IN]cubes will provide the guidance and means for technology start-ups to prosper in the global competitive online market.  “We have the potential to help a lot of the entrepreneurs in Canada who just need a place to start and a little help from people who have already done it. It’s a springboard for real talent.  We envision becoming a Canadian hub.”

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