Like you, we were saddened to hear yesterday’s news regarding OneEleven’s closure.
OneEleven has always been a close partner of the DMZ. As an organization, OneEleven helped pave the way for many great startups in this country, and their closure represents a significant loss to Canada’s tech ecosystem.
The DMZ’s priority is to support made in Canada startups. Although this is a challenging time for incubator and accelerator programs, we want to reaffirm to our community that the DMZ is here to stay.
We understand this is a pivotal time for many startups and we’re committed to providing founders from OneEleven with uninterrupted support. So, here’s what we’re doing starting today:
- Without any need to apply, founders can receive three complimentary mentorship sessions covering any area of business needed from our esteemed entrepreneurs-in-residence and DMZ staff
- Should you decide to apply to the DMZ, your application will be expedited
- If accepted, we will waive fees for the next two months and provide access to all DMZ services. This includes coaching, capital, customers, community and of course, space once offices open back up
We thank OneEleven for all they have done to champion Toronto’s startup community. We hope the team at OneEleven looks back at the great impact they have made in bringing our city’s talent to the global stage.
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By Abdullah Snobar, Executive Director, DMZ & CEO, DMZ Ventures January 19, 2022