SEE Extended Programming

Community and connection for Entrepreneurs and Social Innovators

We love to engage with entrepreneurs in our ecosystem, regardless of whether you’re ready to participate in an incubator program. 

We’d love for you to get connected with our community, even if you’re not ready to participate in our Incubator program.

Theres lots of other ways you can get connected with our community.
Some of these include:
Joining our community space for connection between entrepreneurs and change makers.
Worksheets and templates to help you on your journey.
Learning workshops and networking events to connect your with Community.

You might not be ready for incubation, you might not need to enroll in a program— but maybe you need to talk to someone every once in a while when you’re facing a new challenge. We’re here if that’s the case; for advice, coaching or just someone to talk to.

Contact us to start building that relationship.

The SEE Incubator exists to act as a guide to help Atypical Entrepreneurs (non-conforming youth, 2SLGBTQ+, Indigenous, social, people of colour, and women who face additional barriers) and Social Innovators forward on their journey.

Our incubator program provides wraparound support, tailored to the specific needs of each entrepreneur.

We seek to act as truth sayers and a shared community of practice while accompanying you on your path. 

Our next Cohort of Programming begins May 2024.

The Program includes the following Offerings:
  • Weekly Circles for community building: Engage with our team and community of entrepreneurs to share personal and business updates, and seek needed support. Dedicated one-on-one coaching sessions following each Weekly Circle, tailored to each entrepreneur’s individual needs.
  • Flexible one-on-one Venture Coaching from a dedicated team of experienced mentors invested in your wellbeing and success.
  • Access to Auntie-in-Residence Michelle Cameron, a national business leader, for mentorship and emotional support, offering practical advice with her experience as an Indigenous businesswoman.
  • In person workshops with subject matter experts on topics important to entrepreneurial journey, tailored to participants’ interests.
  • Coworking space in Winnipeg’s Exchange District, facilitating collaboration and hosting weekly circles, workshops, and co-working sessions
  • External Support Connection linking entrepreneurs with a network of partners and service providers for reduced-cost or pro-bono support
  • Funding assistance with up to a $10,000 subsidy on professional service fees (eg. design, legal, accounting, development, etc.).
  • Access to our Enclave of invested service providers who are willing to give a reduced rate because they believe in your potential to make a difference.
  • All participants agree to a confidentiality, code of conduct, and safer spaces policy to protect their ideas, IP and ensure a safe and nurturing space for all participants.

We invite 7-9 entrepreneurs into each cohort, where we learn and grow as a community of practice. Each Cohort lasts 6 months, but we stay in relationship with participants beyond the end of the formal program.

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