WeWork Announces Partnership with the Cities of Montreal, Kitchener, Ottawa, Toronto and Waterloo to help startups grow
by Startup Montréal 21 May 2019
Toronto, Canada, May 21, 2019 – During the Toronto Montreal Eco-System Summit that took place at Collision 2019, a partnership was revealed between the cities of Montreal, Kitchener, Ottawa, Toronto and Waterloo and their partners in the innovation community to expand the Startup Passport offered by WeWork. The new program will offer city-based entrepreneurs a network of sites to work and hold meetings when working in cities around the country and the world.
This partnership supports Bonjour Startup Montréal’s initiative to facilitate the growth of local startups, both locally and internationally. Collaboration between different actors creates unique opportunities for our entrepreneurs, and this is what this initiative demonstrates.
“Montréal wants to strengthen its startup ecosystem and propel a new generation of companies and entrepreneurs with innovative and creative minds to think outside the box and boldly change the world. We have talent, entrepreneurship services and financing. With the Startup Passport, WeWork offers workplaces and networking opportunities that will foster synergies between companies. Let’s come together to become even stronger.”
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