e@UBC’s true strength is the depth and breadth of its connections within the university, with industry and with other organizations. Here are some of the connections that are key to our success.
BC Innovation Council
Accelerating technology commercialization by supporting startups and developing entrepreneurs.
Founded by Graham Lee in 1989, GSL Group is based in Vancouver, Canada, operating in many industries including real estate development and construction, sports and entertainment, recreational facilities, travel and hospitality, e-commerce, health and fitness, agriculture and more.
Faculty of Applied Science
Fostering entrepreneurial capacity within the Faculty of Applied Science.
Growing the impact of Genomics research through supporting venture creation and expanding e@UBC’s network.
Irving K Barber Learning Centre
Providing world-class support for leading edge curated information and flexible learning.
Sauder School of Business Centre for Social Innovation & Impact Investing
Leveraging business tools to advance social innovation and sustainability, through research, incubation and application.
Life Sciences Institute
Fostering entrepreneurial capacity within the Life Science research community.
NRC Industrial Research Assistant Program
Providing innovation and funding services to accelerate business growth.
Sauder School of Business
Providing advanced entrepreneurial education through workshops and formal courses.
University-Industry Liason Office (UILO)
Providing startup resources and services to e@UBC ventures.
W. Maurice Young Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Research Centre
Providing leading research for e@UBC programming.