Partnership will help incubate and grow McGill-based start-ups.
MONTREAL — A Quebec innovation project involving CEIM and McGill University that will provide student and faculty entrepreneurs with resources for start-ups is getting $6.2 million over five years from the Government of Canada.
McGill innovators will have access to coaching and consulting services in various aspects of the commercialization process, including strategic planning, raising capital, identifying laboratory or production facilities, structuring legal and financial agreements, developing intellectual property and initiating domestic and international sales, among others.
Financial support is provided by the Canada Accelerator and Incubator Program (CAIP) and delivered by the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP).
CEIM is a start-up incubator facility located in Montreal’s Quartier de l’innovation.