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Medicine Wheel Teachings
October 25, 2022 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Redbird Circle will be delivering twelve online workshops on the topic of two-eyed seeing in entrepreneurship. The workshops will offer participants an opportunity to learn about the duality in entrepreneurship and innovation, and invite them to think in new ways about themselves, their community, and our connection to the spirit of the land. The workshops aim to build traditional knowledge, community, facilitate partnerships and mentorships, and build pathways to success for Indigenous entrepreneurs. For a list of upcoming workshops, dates and to register please see below. To learn more about the program, please visit: https://icubeutm.ca/indigenous/
Once you register for an online workshop, our team will follow up with instructions of how to join. If you don’t receive an email, please contact us at email@example.com.
Redbird Circle Inc. in partnership with University of Toronto’s iCube UTM, The Bridge and University of Toronto’s Libraries.
At Redbird Circle Inc, we empower Indigenous Governments and their People by merging Indigenous Knowledge, entrepreneurship and innovative learning approaches. Through strategic post-secondary partnerships, we offer multiple (virtual) courses on leadership, business creation, innovation, strategy and investment through an Indigenous lens.
The BRIDGE is a joint venture between UTSC’s Department of ManagementOpens an external site in a new window and the UTSC LibraryOpens an external site in a new window. It is where business, research and innovation converge, delivering extraordinary student experiences through entrepreneurship, research, advanced training programs, and work-integrated learning. Our state-of-the-art facility includes a business research library, data lab, and collaboration lounge. We are a U of T accelerator focused on student formation, and a pathway for industry and community partnerships. The BRIDGE connects the best academic theory with creative applications and aspiring minds.
University of Toronto Libraries supports campus entrepreneurs enrolled in courses and programs, commercializing research, and launching startups on their own or via a campus accelerator.
ICUBE is the home of Social Entrepreneurship and early-stage start-ups at UTM, offering resources, programs, workshops and mentorship for people who are changing the world. We empower innovators, creators, and change-makers to explore their ideas and make them happen. If you want to make a difference, ICUBE is here to help you make it.